16 boring* facts about the Star Wars prequels (*not boring at all)

Apr 16, 2019
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Star Wars Prequel facts and trivia that any fan needs to know


There's a lot to love about the Star Wars prequels directed by George Lucas but there's no point trying to convince the naysayers so let's just get on with the trivia.

For those of you who love George Lucas' Star Wars backstory, here's 16 cool facts and bits of trivia that you might want to learn about the prequels!
  1. E.T. creatures made a cameo appearance in The Phantom Menace
  2. The Millennium Falcon is spied landing on Coruscant in Revenge of the Sith. This was prior to Lando or Han Solo owning it!
  3. Darth Maul has ten horns on his red head. While Ray Park is famous as playing the Sith Lord, Peter Serafinowicz actually voiced the character. Benicio Del Toro was originally cast to play Darth Maul but he abandoned the role after George Lucas decided to trim Darth Maul's screen time in the film. Benicio del Toro was originally cast but dropped out due to being a pussy. Actually, we take that back as Del Toro is up for a role in Star Wars The Last Jedi.
  4. Hayden Christiansen played Darth Vader in Revenge of the Sith as opposed to David Prowse who previously did the role. Hayden apparently begged Lucas to let him play him. The suit had to be designed to accommodate his smaller stature than Prowse's.
  5. The sound of the hovering battle tanks used by the battle droids in The Phantom Menace was created by running an electric razor around a metal salad bowl and then digitally lowering the pitch.
  6. In Attack of the Clones, Jar Jar Binks stands in for Senator Amidala and puts forth the motion that gives Palpatine supreme powers. This means that Jar Jar, one of the most universally hated characters in the Star Wars films is unwittingly responsible for the fall of the Old Republic and the downfall of the Jedi. 
  7. Revenge of the Sith featured a lot of hands being cut off. Anakin loses one to Obi-Wan, Mace Windu loses one to Anakin, and Obi-Wan cuts two of General Grievous' hands off and Dooku loses two to Anakin. 
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  8. The sound effect when Obi-Wan Kenobi's lightsaber is kicked down the reactor shaft in the climatic battle with Darth Maul, is the same sound effect heard when Luke Skywalker throws his lightsaber away in Return of the Jedi. You know, when he tells the Emperor that he is a Jedi, like his father before him!
  9. George Lucas made his first and only Star Wars cameo in Revenge of the Sith. He dressed as a Pantoran senator, Baron Papanoida. You might not have recognized him as he all dressed up in blue body paint! His daughter also cameoed with him at the same time. This is perhaps to mirror his rhyming (ring theory) throughout the films as Return of the Jedi director Richard Marquand made a cameo in The Return of the Jedi. 
  10. When Anakin is slaughtering the Tusken Raider in Attack of the Clones, Qui-Gon's voice can be heard in the background yelling "Anakin! Anakin!". This is no accident as Qui-Gon Jinn's Force-Ghost was trying to stop Anakin's rage but clearly failed.
  11. Every clone trooper in Revenge of the Sith is a creation of CGI. No clone costumes or helmets were manufactured for filming.
  12. The shipping title of Phantom Menace was "The Doll House", Clones was "Cue Ball" and Sith, "The Bridge".
  13. Phantom Menace was the first Star Wars film to be released on DVD and despite 'fan hate' it was a massive seller and continues to be a hugely popular film with the generation that were kids when it came out.  
  14. When Jango Fett gets into his ship after his fight with Obi-Wan Kenobi in Attack of the Clones, he bangs his head on the open door frame. This was intentional, and is a reference to a famous goof from the original ANH movie where a cloned Stormtrooper accidentally bangs his head on a door (the clone being the descendant of Jango Fett and having inherited this character trait).
  15. "Phantom Menace" was the name of a villain in the "Flash Gordon" comics. Which shouldn't surprise too many people as George Lucas has often cited Flash Gordon as one of his inspirations for making the original Star Wars.
  16. Revenge of the Sith is the only Star Wars film thus far that does not feature R2D2 in the final shot (and Rogue One and Solo if they count!).
  17. In Revenge of the Sith, Anakin slices off Count Dooku's hands - look clearly once Dooku is dead and you can see them lying on the floor. 

45 bits of trivia about the Han 'Solo' movie and a couple of Easter Eggs

Apr 15, 2019
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Trivia from the Han 'Solo' prequel film 


Despite its fairly commercial and critical success, the Han 'Solo' movie will always be the Star Wars movie where the original directors got fired and Ron Howard came in and saved the day.

Given that drama and the need to rework the movie, there's plenty of trivia about the making of the movie to satisfy even the keenest of Star Wars fact fans... Scriptwriter Jon Kasdan went pretty left field in places!

  1. Alden Ehrenreich was the first actor to audition for directors Phil Lord and Christopher Miller. They saw many other actors but Alden made a lasting impression.
  2. The script was written by Lawrence Kasdan and his son Jon Kasdan. This means that Lawrence has had a hand in writing four Star Wars films (Empire, Jedi, TFA and this one).
  3. Phil Lord and Christopher Miller were fired by Kathleen Kennedy, the head of Lucasfilm, only three weeks away from finishing principal photography on June 2017. They are in good company as Kennedy also removed Colin Trevorrow from The Rise of Skywalker project. Instead, JJ Abrams is back for a second turn at directing to finish the story he started. 
  4. Mother Proxima is a White Worm, that name is taken from the Bram Stoker book, The Lair of the White Worm.
  5. Miller and Lord's removal paved the way for Ron Howard to finish the film and even reshoot many scenes. This means that this is the first Star Wars film to have ever been directed by an Academy Award winner for Directing. Howard won the Golden Gong for A Beautiful Mind.  George Lucas was nominated for the award with A New Hope, which means he was the first Oscar-nominated director of Star Wars when he directed The Phantom Menace. 
  6. Ron Howard famously turned down George Lucas's offer to direct The Phantom Menace. He also famously defended the movie and its young star. Howard had previously directed Lucasfilm's Willow production. Howard, of course, starred in the George Lucas film, American Graffiti, and its sequel. 
  7. When Han pulled the eel from out of his pants, this was a nod to Indiana Jones and the last Crusade where River Phoenix does the same with a snake. It's a nod to the fact Alden was replacing Ford, as Phoenix did the same in that movie at the begging. Lawrence Kasdan also wrote the Indiana Jones films so it's a great reference. 
  8. This is the second Star Wars anthology movie to be made, following the release of Rogue One. It was intended to be the third but Josh Trank's supposed Boba Fett movie was delayed after he left the project.
  9. The fighting style 'Teras Kasi' was originally in Rogue One (Saw trained Jyn to fight in that style) but it got cut according to scriptwriter Gary Whitta.
  10. Is the fifth Star Wars prequel.
  11. Solo refers to Chewbacca as being a moof milker - Solo uses the same insult in The Force Awakens when he says "Hey! Some moof-milker installed a compressor on the ignition line!"
    The battle on Mimban was inspired by Stanley Kubrick's, Paths of Glory.
  12. The second film to not have a light saber fight. 
  13. John Howell composed the film score. He's an experienced composer and has an Academy Award nomination for his How to Train Your Dragon score. This means Howell is only the third composer on a Star Wars film after John Williams and Michael Giacchino (Rogue One).
  14. Woody Harrelson was picked over Christian Bale as Solo's mentor, Beckett. Solo is the second time he has been in a Ron Howard directed film. The first was EdTV.
  15. While some fans have guessed that Solo, is presumably the movie that Josh Trank had been hired to direct until he was removed from the job due to rumored poor on and offset performance during the ill-fated Fantastic Four reboot, this is not the case. Trank's film was likely a Boba Fett story - either way Kathleen Kennedy has confirmed they changed the order of the Anthology films, confirming that Trank was not directing the Solo movie. 
  16. Dryden Vos' home base was not originally a ship but an island fortress. It would have featured Lando racing through a series of canals but the idea was dropped as it would have been too hard to get it filmed well. 
  17. There was a fourth member of Beckett's team called Korso but the character was cut in the editing room. You can actually see a few shots of him in the Mimban sequences. Korso was to be killed early on so that Becket would see value in replacing him with Chewbacca.
  18. The working title used during filming was "Red Cup" a reference to the plastic red Solo cups that are popular for drinking beer from at keg parties. The theme of the Imperial March can be heard playing on the recruitment film featured at the beginning of the film before Han signs up to the Empire.
  19. The job on the Conveyex originally featured the rescue of a band of criminals destined for prison, not Coaxium. Jon Kasdan said the idea was they would walk away wordlessly after their rescue but turn up in a potential sequel to rescue Han and Chewie from a tight spot. 
  20. First live action Star Wars film to not feature C3PO or Arto Dee Too
  21. Michael Kenneth Williams was originally cast in the film and shot scenes, but amid the reshoots, he was unable to return to the set and his role as a CGI character was removed. Instead, Paul Bettany was brought in by Howard and the role was filmed in person. Bettany had a major role in Howard's A Beautiful Mind so they already had the connection. Bettany is also quite popular at this time due to his role as Jarvis and Vision in the Avenger movies. 
  22. 30 odd years since Howard directed Warwick Davis in Willow, he directed him again in yet another cameo performance in a Star Wars film.
  23. This is Joonas Suotamo's second full gig playing Chewbacca after his first turn in The Last Jedi. Suotomo played Chewbacca officially as a body double in The Force Awakens - it is speculated he did any parts where Chewbacca was walking, this was due to the ill health (bad knees) of the original Chewbacca, Peter Mayhew.
  24. Dryden Vos has a set of Mandalorian Battle Armor in his collection on his yacht. This is the same style of armour made famous by bounty hunter Boba Fett.
  25. The movie establishes that Chewbacca is 190 years old.
  26. The Golden Idol (Fertility Idol) from the opening scene of Raiders Of The Lost Ark can be seen sitting on a table in the meeting room of Paul Bettany's character Dryden Vos. It's a tribute to Harrison Ford as Indiana Jones and of course as the original Han Solo. 
  27. Michael Kenneth Williams took part in the initial round of filming, however, was unavailable for reshoots which meant he was replaced with Paul Bettany as Dryden Vos.
  28. Tobias Beckett's character was in part inspired by Long John Silver in Robert Louis Stevenson’s Treasure Island. Silver had a relationship with Jim Hawkins and the Solo / Beckett relationship mirrors that. In the same vein, scriptwriters also likened the relationship to that of Val Kilmer's and Bobby De Niro's characters relationships in Michael Mann's Heat.
  29. Emilia Clarke made her name as the 'Mother of Dragons' in Game of Thrones - her appearance in this film means she is the tenth actor from that series to have a part in Star Wars - many of those roles were cameos, however Clarke's role is a starring part as Qi'ra, a love interest for Han.
  30. This is the first Star Wars film to not use the word 'Jedi'.
  31. It spans 6 years, meaning it has the longest time frame of any Star Wars movie (The opening scene from Rogue One excluded...)
  32. It's the first Star Wars film to not feature a Skywalker of any kind. 
  33. Warwick Davis reprised his role as Weasel from The Phantom Menace. He played the same character as a member of Enys Nest's gang of marauders. 
  34. Did you spy the dice in Han's land speeder? They are the ones that make it on to the Falcon. They become a minor plot point in The Last Jedi and can be seen in a deleted scene of The Force Awakens.
  35. Beckett's sudden but inevitable betrayal at the end is meant to rhyme with Han returning to save Luke at the end of A New Hope. Jon Kasdan says that in both movies the older, wiser character had to reluctantly leave and come back suddenly. The difference being the betrayal compared to Han proving himself a hero. 
  36. Val mentions 'Bossk'. This is the bounty hunter seen in the line up of hunters during The Empire Strikes Back. 
  37. This film was Lawrence Kasdan's fourth screenwriting credit for a Star Wars film.
  38. Enfys Nest's character name leaked due to promotional material slipping out. She's a pirate that leads the gang known as the Cloud-Riders.
  39. Lando's "cape closet" was an idea from the original directors. The scene with Han and Qi'ra was a nod to a similar scene Han and Leia had in the avionics room in The Empire Strikes Back. 
  40. In The Rise of Skywalker, Billy Dee William's wears a costume very similar to Lando's 'yellow suit' from this fill which is a great call back. 
  41. When Han is caught in the mud during his first encounter with Chewie, his pose is very similar to the one of him in the frozen block of carbonite in The Empire Strikes Back.
  42. The creature the Falcon encounters in the Kessel Run is called a Summa-Verminoth. It was inspired by the notion that it was to be a Lovecraft monster.
  43. The planet Mimban which Han find himself on was first referenced in the first Star Wars extended universe novel, Splinter of the Mind's Eye
  44. The return of Darth Maul was obliquely hinted at in the movie. The name Crimson Dawn, the artifacts that Vos had collected in his study and Qi'ra's use of Teras Kasi
  45. Han shoots first.

Want to know more facts and trivia about Star Wars movies? Try out those of Rogue One, Jedi and The Force Awakens!

Amazing cosplay from Star Wars Celebration 2019

Apr 14, 2019
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The 2019 Star Wars Celebration Weekend bought you The Rise of Skywalker but it was the fans who brought the amazing cosplay.


From Emperor Palpatine to Snoke's Red Guards to a Gamorrean Guard from Jedi, they nailed them all. The quality and inventiveness of cosplayers continues to amaze me - never seen a Force Ghost Luke before...

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Ashoka

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Love that Force Ghost!

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Try not to get choked by Luke mate



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Pretty in Pink

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Amazing Padme, Queen of Naboo costume

Saw and mace windu cosplay
Imagine a fight between the three of these!

No match for Rey...

Force chokes and strangulation as a theme of Star Wars

Apr 13, 2019
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The first we see of Darth Vader in ANH is him bursting through into the Tantive IV, black Nazi inspired suit and all joining in the shock and awe tactics of his Stormtroopers.

Next thing we know, he's lifted up Captain Antilles by his throat and is choking him, demanding to know where the 'intercepted transmissions' are, thus beginning a theme of strangulation in Star Wars.

Now let's be clear, strangulation in Star Wars is definitely a power play and but its use can have different results on the user and individual on the other end.

When Vader uses it, it's to show strength or to intimidate. And when Luke uses it in Jedi, while it's an intended power movie, it's actually a sign of him dancing too close to the dark side of the Force.

Here's what George Lucas actually said in an interview about the theme in an interview with Rolling Stone Magazine:

RS: One of Vader's favorite ways of dispatching people is by strangulation. Is that because of his inability to breathe without the iron lung?


"Well, it's a bigger metaphor than that. Strangulation is always a theme. Life is breath. It's a powerful idea in Buddhism: Cutting off life is cutting off breath. The road to the Force is through the breath. Impotency is cutting off hands and legs and arms. That's a theme too."

Let's examine the context of some of the classic choking examples in Star Wars.

Admiral Motti learns the full power of the Force


Even though Captain Antilles of the Tantive IV may have claim to fame as being the first person on screen to have had their oxygen supply cut off by Vader, it's Admiral Motti who gets the real nod as being the first person to be Force choked by Vader.

What an honour...



Motti believes as an Admiral that he is in a position of strength when he says to Tarkin's man "Don't try to frighten us with your sorcerer's ways, Lord Vader. Your sad devotion to that ancient religion has not helped you conjure up the stolen data tapes, or given you clairvoyance enough to find the rebels' hidden fort-...

Vader then gives Motto some gentle retribution in the form of some Force pressure to his throat and gives us the infamous "I find your lack of faith disturbing"
otti was trying to say "hidden fortress" which is a direct shout out to Akira Kurosawa's Hidden Fortress movie which had a massive influence on the Star Wars plot.

These two moments really set the tone of Vader's character for the rest of the movie.

Rogue One gave us two fabulous choking moments. As Director Krennic visited Vader at his Castle, for his troubles he was choked and Vader quipped:

''Be careful not to choke on your aspirations, Director", said while he was Force choking the good director.




The second of course when Vader took apart the Rebels as he went for the stolen plans. He Force choked a soldier and flung around like a piece of meat.

Captain Needa has a hard time in Empire when he lost the Millennium Falcon and Jejerrod got a taste of it in a deleted scene in Jedi too:


The deleted scene featured this great exchange between the two:

"Jerjerrod: You may not enter.

Vader begins to choke Jerjerrod

Jerjerrod: it's the Emperor's command!

Vader releases his chock and says: As the Emperor wills.

Jerjerrod: Very good."


Jedi is a good time to think about Luke Skywalker's use of a force choke. 


He does two chokes just as he is entering Jabba the Hutt's palace to Jabba's Gamorrean Guards (the big green pigs). 

Why is a good guy Force choking people? 

It's a pretty aggressive move. Luke is wearing black at this point and it's reasoned he was veering close to the Dark Side and the choking is evidence of that.

Padme and Anakin: Two lovers lost across the stars


There's a clever moment of visual foreshadowing in Attack of the Clones that Anakin will eventually choke his pregnant wife.

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Star Wars Ring Theory expert Mike Klimo spells it out:

'In Attack of the Clones, Anakin Skywalker and Padme Amidala sit together—in an intimate "fire-lit" alcove—and talk about their growing feelings for each other and the impossibility of sharing a life together.

The pivotal scene is dimly lit and, according to George Lucas on the Clones DVD commentary, "intended to be overly dramatic, almost overly operatic in its emotional intensity." Padme wears a black leather gown, which Star Wars prequel trilogy costume designer Trisha Biggar dubbed the "leather and lace" outfit.

She added: "It was a beautiful gown with a very tight corset and matching gloves." (It’s important to remember that tight-fitting corsets squeeze your ribs and lungs, which makes it difficult to breathe.)

But perhaps most significantly, the outfit, which Lucas himself helped design, also includes a black "choker." So, taken as a whole, the scene’s carefully crafted visuals not only anticipate the choking of Padme, but also what ultimately lies at the end of the road if the star-crossed lovers let their emotions run rampant: the fiery landscape of Mustafar, the loss of life, and a dark leather life-support suit with a device to facilitate breathing.'

So there's that.

As an aside, Attack of the Clones has another moment of foreshadowing when Anakin meets Yoda's class of Younglings.

Speaking of Padme, let's talk about her daugher, Leia in the:

The chocking of Jabba the Hutt by Princess Leia


Jedi features a key non Force choke Leia freeing herself from Jabba's slavery was a strong moment for the character. It's development is very interesting:

Jabba the Hutt's death scene was inspired by the death of mafia henchman Luca Brasi in The Godfather film. 

Here's an excerpt from "The Making of Star Wars: Return of the Jedi," in which George Lucas, scriptwriter Lawrence Kasdan, and director Richard Marquand discuss Jabba's death during a story conference:

"Kasdan: How do you feel about [Leia] being the one that causes Jabba’s death?

Lucas: That I could go for. She could strangle him.
Marquand: With the chain.
Lucas: She jumps around and wraps the chain around him and strangles him. Jabba is kind of a rubber character, so we could have this big, ugly tongue come out, uggghhhh . . . It’s The Godfather.

And as they now say on Tattoine, Jabba the Hutt is sleeping with the fishes!

It all comes full circle in Revenge of the Sith as Mike Klimo continues to highlight:

"During the duel on Mustafar at the end of Sith, Anakin Skywalker grabs Obi-Wan Kenobi by the throat (with his right hand) and forces him down on a table.

At the start of Star Wars, Sith's corresponding episode in the Star Wars Ring Theory, Darth Vader physically lifts the captain of the Rebel Blockade Runner off the ground by his throat (with his left hand) and chokes him to death."


And this is where it gets weird


Sadly Carrie Fisher is no longer with us, but as a final joke or tipping of the hat to Star Wars, she said this in her memoir, Wishful Drinking:

"Now I think that this would make for a fantastic obit — so I tell my younger friends that no matter how I go, I want it reported that I drowned in moonlight, strangled by my own bra."

Other notable chokes:


Sebula chokes Jar Jar Binks briefly in The Phantom Menace

Vader chokes Admiral Kendal Ozzel in Empire for dropping out of hyperspace in a manner that gave the Rebels the heads up and a chance to flee.

Why we think that Death Star wreckage is on Endor

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In the teaser trailer of The Rise of Skywalker, Poe, Rey and Finn and their buddies arrive at an ocean where they see what appears to be the 'firing' part of a Death Star that has crashed into an ocean.

The question quickly becomes, is this the Death Star from A New Hope or Death Star II from Return of the Jedi?

So we are talking Yavin or Endor here?

When people talk of Endor, they talk of the Forest Moon of Endor. This always confused me - was Endor the planet and the events of ROTJ occurred on it's moon?

Who cares, in the film all we saw was the forest moon of Endor:


Have a good look at the Battle of Endor.

What do you see? 

Of course you see Lando flying the Falcon as he leads the charge against the Death Star II. 

What else? 

Oh, you see Endor below. 

And it's clear, it has green and blue areas. 

Blue meaning water. Meaning oceans. 

And what was that Death Star in?

An ocean. 

Yep, we are pretty sure our heroes are standing on the forest moon of Endor in front of the Death Star from Return of the Jedi. 

This also means we are getting Ewoks!

The medal of Yavin - is it Han's or Luke's?

Apr 12, 2019
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The Rise of Skywalker film teaser shows us what appears to be a Medal of Yavin in Leia's hands.

Is this one of those that were awarded to Han Solo or Luke Skywalker in A New Hope.

Is Leia reflecting on the death of Han? Is she about to pass this on to a new hero?

Who is BB-8's new friend in The Rise of Skywalker?

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BB-8's new friend who was revealed in the teaser trailer for The Rise of Skywalker is called D-O.

Not much is known about D-0 but we expect a back story will be revealed soon enough!

Facts and trivia from The Rise of Skywalker

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Trivia about The Rise of Skywalker

The Rise of Skywalker is set to close out the Star Wars saga as we know it. Here's some of the production details, facts about the movie and callbacks to the other films!

  1. Emperor Palpatine is back from the supposed dead and played again by Ian McDiarmid
  2. Lando is back and gets to fly the Falcon with Chewie.
  3. Carrie Fisher's role following her death was made possible by recycling scenes from The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi and using some fancy CGI applications
  4. BB-8's new friend is called D-0 
  5. Naomi Ackie, is making her Star Wars debut as Jannah. It is speculated that she is the daughter of Lando Calrissain.
  6. The first teaser trailer used the same phrasing as The Phantom Menace did - "Every generation has a legend" was repeated. TPH had the line "Every saga has a beginning" whereas TROS shows its intent with "Every saga has an ending".
  7. This is the ninth and final Star Wars composed by John Williams. This is an incredible feat. 
  8. George Lucas once envisioned that C3PO and R2D2 would be the only characters that feature in every film in the saga - turns out this would be true. Anthony Daniels also becomes the only actor to appear in all the films as Kenny Baker died. 
  9. After George Lucas's 4 director credits in the Skywalker saga, only JJ Abrams will have made more than one film.
  10. Colin Trevorrow was originally hired to direct the film after his success with Jurassic Park but was fired and JJ was asked to come back. 
  11. While the working title of the film was 'trIXie' it was also referred to as Black Diamond for a time in preproduction. 
  12. Keri Russel has a long term working relationship with JJ - she was the star of his show Felicity and had a role in Mission Impossible III which JJ directed. 
  13. This is the first Star Wars trilogy where all three films were released in the same decade.
  14. The first teaser ended with an audio of Emperor Palpatine cackling with laughter. Actor Ian McDiarmid did not record a laugh for that, it was used from old recorded audio. 


What does 'The Rise of Skywalker' mean?

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What does 'The Rise of Skywalker' film title mean?

Is it Luke's growth as a Jedi in the Force?


Is it revealed that Rey is a Skywalker and is Luke's son? We think that's a red herring still

Leia's lost daughter?

Or is it a reference to Kylo Ren, being of the Skywalker lineage?

Or maybe the title refers to those who use the Force under Luke's Force Ghost tutelage? Or those that follow his ideology are known as Skywalkers?

Here's a guide to the meaning of the other Star Wars films.

Is the Emperor going to be in The Rise of Skywalker?

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Update:

In the release of the new teaser, you can hear the Emperor cackling at the end - sounds like it's Ian McDiarmid who played Palpatine in the originals and prequels, so yes, the Emperor is in The Rise of Skywalker.
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There's a lot of speculation that Palpatine / Darth Sidius will be in the new Star Wars film after the death of Snoke.

In the Legends novels, Shiv was brought back via cloning methods.

And if they can bring back Darth Maul for the Solo movie, they can bring back the Emperor right?

I actually really doubt it as Star Wars needs new characters to give new life to the franchise. None of this he's coming back as a ghost, we need a new villain after Snoke and whatever Kylo Ren is becoming.

One even worse than Jar Jar...
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