After the Jurassic franchise was revived, filmmaker Colin Trevorrow was announced for a galaxy far, far away, and was the original director. Star Wars: Episode IX, Lucasfilm and Trevorrow eventually split, leading to the return and release of JJ Abrams. Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, but an entire script was written by Trevorrow and Derek Connolly …. a script that eventually leaked. Star Wars: Duel of the Fate, fan reaction to the film exploded online, especially after The Rise of Skywalker was such a disappointment to many audience members. Trevorrow was asked in a recent interview how she felt about the fan response, which she called encouraging.
“Honestly, if a director tells you that they don’t care what the audience thinks, or even the people who watch movies and write about them, I’m not sure they care about themselves. To be completely honest.” Trevorrow told Hollywood Reporter, “I make these films for audiences, but I also make them for people who think about film all the time and the way I watch movies. So yes, absolutely. Whenever you do something like this If this is well received, it’s going to encourage you and hopefully assure you that not only was there a reason why you started doing this in the first place, but that your cheater syndrome is only partially real and You’re not a complete fraud. (Laughs.) And I think we all have those moments.”
Not only did Trevorrow’s full script leak to the Internet, but pieces of concept art showing the What-Might-Have-Bean also appeared online. Images that have been broadcast include:
- An execution scene on Coruscant showing Captain Phasma using a lightsaber guillotine
- A still alive luke skywalker training ray
- Kylo Ren battling Darth Vader’s vision in a cave
- Luke confronts Kylo Ren, and grabs the villain’s lightsaber with his mechanical hand.
- When the First Order falls apart at the Battle of Coruscant, Hax commits ritual suicide (seppuku) with a lightsaber.
- Leia recreates her iconic intro a new Hope By recording her rally cry for the galaxy in a holographic message recorded by BB-8.
You can read more about it here. The above quote wasn’t the only time Trevorrow was told about the film on his most recent press tour. UPROXX He was “deeply satisfied” with the time he worked with Lucasfilm.
“It was complicated. But, honestly, I mean, since we’re talking 2022 now, I can honestly say I’m very grateful.” [Lucasfilm president] Cathy [Kennedy] To recognize that she and I were never going to make a film that we could both be proud of together,” Trevorrow said. “And she’s been doing that for so long and she cares about me and I love her.” And cares about his family. And [producer] candid [Marshall] And I’m still a participant. I’m part of this group of incredible filmmakers, so it was a complicated moment, but now, to be able to do that and really feel like… I’m glad I did. I am deeply, deeply satisfied to do so. I appreciate that he had the wit to see something that, honestly, I’m not sure I could have watched because I was so dialed into the story I wanted to tell.”
A piece of Trevorrow’s unmade film made it into Star Wars canon… in a way, as a ship he designed for the film was included in the Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge theme park.
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