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The Rise of Skywalker's plan to address Rey's origin without contradicting The Last Jedi


The Rise of Skywalker's plan to address Rey's origin without contradicting The Last Jedi

During the premiere of the premiere of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker movie makers have promised that one way or another Episode 9 of the space franchise will address the Rey's origin story.

When the character played by Daisy Ridley appeared in The Force Awakens it was raised that its origin story was one of the great mysteries of this new installment of the saga. However, how much in The Last Jedi Kylo Ren ended that uncertainty by claiming that Rey's parents were nobody, the fans were not satisfied and therefore that part of the story will return in the new movie.

But how do you plan The Rise of Skywalker reveal more about Rey's origin without contradicting The Last Jedi? That is a question whose answer we will only know next week when Episode 9 arrives at the cinema. However, in a new interview with Rolling Stone, the film's co-writer, Chris Terrio, talked about what was the approach to address that edge of the plot.

After being consulted directly on how The Rise of Skywalker he will add more details to Rey’s story without taking the floor off of The Last Jedi that anyone can use the Force, Terrio commented that the plan was find a midpoint where the lineage of King matters without detracting from that premise on the Force.

“I agree, that's something really interesting that Rian (Johnson) did,” commented Terrio. “It's a democratization of Star Wars that says that lineage and blood do not necessarily determine who someone is and the past does not determine the future. But toWe love these provocations as ideas we could deal with and, hopefully, expand them in this movie, because I don't think it's a dialectic of one or the other, where you come from nowhere or born of royalty. ”

“There is a lot of ground in the middle. Even the terminology of (Kylo) Ren is not … When he says ‘You are nobody ’, well, what does that mean? Is this how Rey thinks about herself? Does King even think about these questions? I am trying not to reveal any point in the story here! There is a Gordian knot in my tongue ”, added the screenwriter. “I think those are really valid ideas that Rian presented, but any series of movies, especially if you have three, is a conversation, which is, as I said at the beginning when I was talking to J.J (Abrams), thesis, antithesis and synthesis. If Force Awakens asks who King is and where he came from, and then The Last Jedi responded negatively in a certain way, hopefully The Rise of Skywalker will take those two ideas and create a third thing. ”

And apparently that third thing will again have to do with Kylo Ren or at least that is what a new spot in the movie implies.

Although many probably already have their theories or are remembering old leaks, Rey's definitive story will be revealed on December 19 with the premiere of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker .

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