The Rise of Skywalker

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  • Nihion wrote: »
    Boo wrote: »
    The book was likely Darth Plagueis - which is now considered "Legend" content (non-canon).

    But to be fair, the actual story behind the creation of Anakin is a major plot hole. For that plot hole to be filled by way of a comic book (cited above) is pretty darn weak.

    Who knows - maybe all of this is part of the reason JJ is bringing back Palpatine in E9?

    ...
    Plot hole?

    money making idea.
  • Nihion
    2197 posts Member
    Nihion wrote: »
    Boo wrote: »
    The book was likely Darth Plagueis - which is now considered "Legend" content (non-canon).

    But to be fair, the actual story behind the creation of Anakin is a major plot hole. For that plot hole to be filled by way of a comic book (cited above) is pretty darn weak.

    Who knows - maybe all of this is part of the reason JJ is bringing back Palpatine in E9?

    ...
    Plot hole?

    money making idea.

    But how?
  • Nihion wrote: »
    Nihion wrote: »
    Boo wrote: »
    The book was likely Darth Plagueis - which is now considered "Legend" content (non-canon).

    But to be fair, the actual story behind the creation of Anakin is a major plot hole. For that plot hole to be filled by way of a comic book (cited above) is pretty darn weak.

    Who knows - maybe all of this is part of the reason JJ is bringing back Palpatine in E9?

    ...
    Plot hole?

    money making idea.

    But how?

    Simple. Having a second movie, or a book/ comic to explain away said plot hole is need, people are going to buy it.
  • Nihion
    2197 posts Member
    Nihion wrote: »
    Nihion wrote: »
    Boo wrote: »
    The book was likely Darth Plagueis - which is now considered "Legend" content (non-canon).

    But to be fair, the actual story behind the creation of Anakin is a major plot hole. For that plot hole to be filled by way of a comic book (cited above) is pretty darn weak.

    Who knows - maybe all of this is part of the reason JJ is bringing back Palpatine in E9?

    ...
    Plot hole?

    money making idea.

    But how?

    Simple. Having a second movie, or a book/ comic to explain away said plot hole is need, people are going to buy it.

    But what is the plot hole
  • Nihion wrote: »
    Nihion wrote: »
    Nihion wrote: »
    Boo wrote: »
    The book was likely Darth Plagueis - which is now considered "Legend" content (non-canon).

    But to be fair, the actual story behind the creation of Anakin is a major plot hole. For that plot hole to be filled by way of a comic book (cited above) is pretty darn weak.

    Who knows - maybe all of this is part of the reason JJ is bringing back Palpatine in E9?

    ...
    Plot hole?

    money making idea.

    But how?

    Simple. Having a second movie, or a book/ comic to explain away said plot hole is need, people are going to buy it.

    But what is the plot hole

    The father of Anakin.
  • Nihion
    2197 posts Member
    Nihion wrote: »
    Nihion wrote: »
    Nihion wrote: »
    Boo wrote: »
    The book was likely Darth Plagueis - which is now considered "Legend" content (non-canon).

    But to be fair, the actual story behind the creation of Anakin is a major plot hole. For that plot hole to be filled by way of a comic book (cited above) is pretty darn weak.

    Who knows - maybe all of this is part of the reason JJ is bringing back Palpatine in E9?

    ...
    Plot hole?

    money making idea.

    But how?

    Simple. Having a second movie, or a book/ comic to explain away said plot hole is need, people are going to buy it.

    But what is the plot hole

    The father of Anakin.

    I guess. It’s not so much a plot hole, and more just an interesting mystery for them to explore later. But like all universe expansions, the goal was money.
  • We're in the endgame now

    I could see Luke saying that to himself while kneeling on the cliffs edge before he joined the force.
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