And McQuarrie originally thought of R2-D2, "running on a huge ball bearing – just a bullet, a circle, like a wheel." Do you sound like all the adorable droids you know? The point is that Abrams has won all these unused ideas for his Star Wars movie. Which is good. But since he's probably blown off all of McQuarrie's abandoned material, he apparently uses rejected ideas from … The Force Awakens ?
Since we all sniffed the first trailer for The Rise Of Skywalker As it is the goddamn Zapruder movie, we do not have to tell you that it's about to end (due to the ominous laughter of the old "Chuckles" Palpatine counted), Rey and the gang half see drunken ruins of the second Death Star.
What suspiciously approaches one of the screenwriting author Michael Arndt's first ideas for Episode VII involves "a search for the underwater wreckage of the second death." Star to learn an important piece of history about the sacred Jedi sites in the galaxy. "Yes, if you spill lemonade on the keyboard, you fry your laptop, but being immersed in a goddamn ocean is not a problem for imperial computer systems."
It's a bit strange that Abrams It was not considered a snuff five years ago, but Arnd's story did not include the reappearance of Palpatine, which we suspect has lived happily in the ruins of the Death Star for thirty years, much like Ariel and her friends under the sea.
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