‘Star Wars’: J. J. Abrams explains the meaning of the title ‘The Rise of Skywalker’ and his intention with the last episode of the saga

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    'Star Wars': J. J. Abrams explains the meaning of the title 'The Rise of Skywalker' and his intention with the last episode of the saga

    ‘The last jedi’, even though it wasn’t the disaster and the horror destroyer of childhoods and dreams that many put, I leave enough hardened —I will not say cold— as to have lost interest and the imminent Episode IX of the saga galactic for excellence. But the teaser trailer launched yesterday, I have returned with interest, and in what manner.

    beyond the show spotless which always seems to offer J. J. Abrams, the true charm of the advancement of ‘The Rise of Skywalker’ lies in the great amount of questions that raises; from those related to the meaning of the title of the film until the arise of the sinister laugh that you hear in their last moments.

    If you’re reading this text, you are probably in search of answers, and the Abrams has appeared to shed some light and quench our thirst for knowledge. In an interview with the middle Entertainment Tonight, the director has explained the meaning of ‘the Rise of Skywalker’ that crown the title for the icing on the cake ‘Star Wars’

    “Well, the title seems that it is the right one for this movie. It is provocative and raises many questions, but when you see the movie, you’ll see what was his intention and what that means. But in the series of titles, this one has a great responsibility, you have to be the end not only for three movies, but for nine. The idea of incorporating the films that came before, strangely, is the story of the film. Are the characters in the film who inherit everything that came with the previous generations, because the sins of the father or the wisdom that they have gained, and the question is if this new generation is prepared for their work, if they can do versus what they should be. So, somehow, we have come to this film having inherited much, and the question ‘can we do it’ is a question we ask ourselves every day.”

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    even Though you have been bombarded with dozens of different questions about the Episode IX, good, J. J. has managed to remove them one at a time and keep the mystery on the fate of the Millennium Falcon or the family tree of King —on the expected surprising revelations—. Not even confirmed or denied the presence of the intimate Porgs in this last act, which is representative on the level of secrecy that we can expect from here in the month of December.

    that has commented in another interview with the middle IGN is that he had a meeting with George Lucas before the filming of ‘The Rise of Skywalker’, taking advantage of to insist that their intention is to “to give an end to the three trilogies gained” and wants to “a child to view the episodes one to nine, and you see a unique history”

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    the latter would give sense to the presence of Palpatine in the large increase end of the new trilogy —and of the franchise to the full—, closing an arch villain round high. How to justify narratively is still a mystery; for that we’ll have to wait until the December 20, date of the premiere of ‘The Rise of Skywalker’.

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    April 13, 2019

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