I’ve Still Got My Lightsaber
Could we see Mace Windu back in a galaxy far away? If Samuel L. Jackson succeeds, yes. The actor has repeatedly expressed his desire to return to the Star Wars universe over the years but, despite his popularity and willingness, nothing has materialized. However, if Lucasfilm decides to solve this problem, Jackson is ready.
Samuel L. Jackson reiterates his role as Nick Fury in the next film universe of Marvel in the next . Captain Marvel to be released in theaters next month. The film takes place in the 90s and aging reduction technology was used to bring Jackson back to his former glory. In a recent interview, he was specifically asked about the possibility of telling an original story of Mace Windu on screen, since aging reduction technology is available. Here's what he had to say about it.
"Well, we have Lola [VFX] they have Lola, it's up to them, let's see what happens .. I'm with that." I've always my violet lightsaber, I'm ready. "
Whatever form the project would take, whether it's a history of origin or not, it's something that could work. Apart from his personal desire, Samuel L. Jackson asked George Lucas to accept the idea that Mace Windu could have survived his epic fall during Revenge of the Sith when he and several other Jedi faced Palpatine. Lucas may no longer have control over the franchise, but his word makes sense when it comes to Star wars especially with respect to a movie that he has realised.
Unfortunately, Jackson can not this project will just exist. But he is often questioned about it and, like his previous co-star, Ewan McGregor, who is often asked to return to the role of Obi-Wan Kenobi for a new film, when asked, he always said that he would like it. make. Lucasfilm, meanwhile, has as its main objective to complete the current trilogy of the Skywalker saga, which will end in December with Star Wars 9. Beyond, the future remains largely uncertain, in terms of movies. So who knows? Maybe it could really happen.
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The Disney + question also exists. The studio is developing several live action projects for the streaming service, including The Mandalorian and a series Rogue One . There are even rumors that the movie Obi-Wan would be turned into a series. So why not do the same thing with Mace Windu if these shows follow one another? We'll have to wait to see if Kathleen Kennedy and Lucasfilm's powers are doing anything about Samuel L. Jackson's desire. At the very least, they might be able to have him come for The Phantom Menace at the celebration of the 20th anniversary of Star Wars Celebration. Comicbook.com reported this information for the first time.