Galaxy’s Edge Is Keeping a Piece of Trevorrow’s Canceled Star Wars 9 Alive
Colin Trevorrow was fired by Lucasfilm in 2017, with JJ Abrams taking over to achieve what will eventually become Star Wars: The rise of the Skywalker . Trevorrow spent two years developing the story and plans of his version of Star Wars 9 only for Disney and Lucasfilm to decide that the director was not going to get out of it. . However, one of his creations endures at the recent opening of Disneyland Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge and fans have already begun to realize it.
In order to complete Disneyland and Disney World, work must begin well before the ground is broken. Colin Trevorrow was deeply engaged in writing his version of Star Wars 9 when Galaxy's Edge was in its infancy. Among the recognizable vessels to the new addition to the park is the First Order TIE Echelon, of which we have already spoken, and which is one of Trevorrow's designs. He had this to say about TIE Echelon.
"The Imagineering team asked us to develop a new boat for the park while we were designing the film, and I took it very seriously – not all of them the days that we get to be part of something like that … it was part of an improved fleet of the First Order.A transport of armed troops – the equivalent of a helicopter Blackhawk: We wanted it to evoke the remembrance of earlier ships while still keeping its own business. "
TIE Echelon was noticed by fans of Star Wars and many have assumed that it would be used in JJ. Abrams The ascent of Skywalker . This does not seem to be the case, although it has not been officially confirmed yet. Colin Trevorrow then spoke about the ideas behind the design and their connection to the history of the franchise. He explains.
"If you look at the elements, it's sort of a hybrid of" VII "and" VIII "designs, with familiar elements of OT TIE Fighters, such as Vader Advanced x 1. History in it. "
Now that Colin Trevorrow is no longer associated with the film that became The Rise of Skywalker that does not mean that He can discuss his plans. Some of his ideas may have resulted in the final product and he most likely signed a big NDA for Lucasfilm. It does not appear that the director of Jurassic World arouses any resentment and is very proud of the work he has done. When asked whether or not he could say where TIE Echelon inscribed in his narrative, Trevorrow had this to say.
"I'm pretty sure you know the answer to that question, but I respect the question.Honely, I'm just proud to have been part of it." I like it ship, ashes, man. "
TIE Echelon resembles the classic Star Wars with the latest twist of the new trilogy. Colin Trevorrow should be quite proud of his design and I hope he'll see him soon in real life. As for his ashes in the ship, this seems an unlikely thing, especially since Disneyland has its own crew to manage the ashes scattered in the park. The Colin Trevorrow interview was originally done by Collider.