&# 8220; Star Wars 7&# 8243; reconciled not only old fans with their favorite franchise, but made the legendary Star Warrior Saga also fit for a new generation of enthusiastic fans. While we are on the spin-off Rogue One and of course the successors &# 8220; Star Wars 8&# 8243; happy reach us information about a &# 8220; Star Wars&# 8221; series, which was unfortunately never realized. We'll tell you what we have missed and whether there still is a possibility that one day series against all odds sees the light of day.
When Luke Skywalker in &# 8220; Star Wars 8&# 8243; will fall back to the lightsaber, fan dreams come true at the movies. But even on the small screen, it would be almost a memorable chapter in the history of &# 8220; Star Wars&# 8221; came saga as Director Cory Balrog has betrayed the colleagues from VentureBeat recently. There, he spoke about his time at LucasArts and gave information about the planned but never realized series with the working title &# 8220; Star Wars Underworld&# 8221;.
Get Star Wars movies with max cathedrals online*
Star Wars series to be called Underworld and tell the origin story of the Emperor
Although covered neither the names Sheev Palpatine or Darth Sidious, yet is quite clear whom Cory Balrog means when he speaks of the Emperor, whose story the planned four years ago series should have told. Here is the wording of the director:
&# 8220; It was the most mind-blowing thing I'd ever experienced. I cared about the Emperor. They made the Emperor a sympathetic figure who wronged by what this f *** ing heartless woman. She's this hardcore gangster, and she just totally destroyed him as a person. I almost cried while reading this. This is the Emperor, the lightning out of the fingers Emperor. That's something magical. The writers who worked on that, guys from The Shield and 24, thesis writers were excellent. "
That sounds very exciting. A sympathetic emperor, pulled by a diabolical woman on the dark side? A series that is well recognized in time between the first trilogies and has the Imperator as the main character, written by the creators of &# 8220; The Shield&# 8221; and &# 8220; 24&# 8243 ;? That would definitely be something! Or is it about still something?
comes Star Wars Underworld now do you?
Lucasfilm President Kathleen Kennedy has now expressed to colleagues from SlashFILM and reveal that none of the existing scripts for the series, which, incidentally, where George Lucas in 2005 personally in order, had been destroyed. Rather, one wants to deal with the material and consider in what way the series but could still be realized.
Speculation about a collaboration with Netflix unconfirmed Kathleen Kennedy though, yet their latest statements spread confidence. We keep at it and let you know as soon as there is news to report.
- The first six &# 8220; Star Wars&# 8221; movies can you stream video legally on iTunes, Google Play Video, max cathedrals and Amazon Instant.
- Here you can watch the first moving pictures by Mark Hamill in &# 8220; Star Wars 8&# 8243; see:
RELATED LINKS Star Wars:
- The biggest goof in all Star Wars movies
- The best Yoda quotes
- Star Wars 7: Who is Rey's family? &# 8211; All the facts and theories about Rey (Warning: Spoilers)
- The cool side of the Force: The Best of Star Wars are the bounty hunter!
- Star Wars: Strong fan-made video celebrating Sith Lord Darth Maul
- Star Wars power test: Would YOU resist the dark side?
- Best quotes from Star Wars 7: Chewie, we're home!
- Star Wars 7: The End &# 8211; we need to talk (Warning: Spoilers)
- Kylo Rens story: How did Kylo reindeer on the dark side of power? (Note: Spoiler)
- What happens after Star Wars 7 next? The complete release calendar of all new Star Wars movies and spin-offs
- Who is Supreme Leader Snoke? &# 8211; All the facts and theories about the villains (Warning: Spoilers)
- These rumors about the story of &# 8220; Star Wars 7&# 8243; we would have liked to see in the film
- Star Wars: Rogue One &# 8211; Everything we know (so far) about the Star Wars spin-off
- So departed the Star Wars film by George Lucas, who never came to theaters
Posted In: GIGA FILM