Of course, everybody knows that WIRED previously broke the biggest Star Wars narrative of the past couple of weeks when we have said that Lucasfilm failed us all by not putting Emma Thompson in a movie, even though she wants to be in one. Hey, David Benioff and D.B. Weiss, you have a new Star Wars trilogy in the works–call her agent! Meanwhile, although things have been relatively quiet on the official movie and TV edict figurehead since the last time we spoke, it’s not as if nothing is going on. Read the latest Cantina Talk below and verify for yourself.
The Rise of Skywalker Got Made On the Run
The Source : strong> The maiden responsible for ensuring Episode IX started sense
Probability of Accuracy : strong> She is well known she &# x27; s talking about.
The Real Deal : strong> The relatively short production schedule for Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker meant that specific modifies had to be made to the filmmaking process, according to Maryann Brandon, one of the movie &# x27; s journalists. At a recent public appearance, she received information that the movie was being revised and assembled more or less in real day during shooting. “I was on the placed the entire period, and[ superintendent J.J. Abrams] get so used to it that he was like, &# x27; You need to be less than 10 feet away from me at all goes &# x27 ;– so if the camera would move 10 hoofs, I would move 10 paws, ” she said. “I watched what they were shooting, I was chipping what they were shooting the day before.” The process, stand thanks to the looming deadline( the movie was scheduled for release little than a year after principal photography wrap, a problem considering the amount of visual aftermaths and post-production required ), came with certain benefits, Brandon interpreted. “I had the DP right there to ask questions. If I needed a shot, or if J.J. decided we needed another photograph, we would set up in a corner and get a green screen shot of something.”
Is Star Wars: Quantum Leap a Thing?
The Source : strong> An anonymously sourced online report
Probability of Accuracy : strong> This one hubbubs unconvincing, but not impossible …
The Real Deal : strong> File this one under “Genuine Oddities”: The place We Got This Covered ran a report last week claim that is still &# x27; s potentially a new Disney+ show in the works that they are able to aspect “a slate of new personas, who try and go back in time in order to change the outcome of various key episodes within the Star Wars universe.” Citing an unnamed “industry insider, ” the report also said, “One episode will apparently experience them trying to kill a young explanation of Darth Vader.” On the face of it, it seems unlikely–it &# x27; s a highly un- Star Wars concept, and there have been no other reports or openings to support it–but at the same time, the end of Star Wars: Maverick did introduce the possibility of time travel, it is therefore &# x27; s not entirely unlikely, either.
The Next Star Wars Videogame Will Redefine the Force
The Source : strong> Official publicity for Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order
Probability of Accuracy : strong> Prepare to discover brand-new Force abilities in a few months; it &# x27; s legit.
The Real Deal : strong> We &# x27; ve known it was coming for some time, but the recent E3 confab uncovered both a new trailer for, and more details about, the upcoming Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order videogame.
The in-canon game not only will introduce brand-new Jedi, and fascinatingly, new Force abilities( including the ability to slow other beings &# x27; s actions ), but also will feature familiar faces and locations at a time when love haven &# x27; t previously “ve seen them”. Forest Whitaker returns as Saw Gerrera from Rogue One in a time period before that of the film. Too, one of video games &# x27; s duties takes place on the Wookiee home world of Kashyyyk. The game will be released November 15 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC, and is already available for preorder.
Fallen Order Will Start Two Months Early
The Source : strong> Marvel &# x27; s comic book arm
Probability of Accuracy : strong> It &# x27; s 100 percent on target.
The Real Deal : strong> As if to prove that Fallen Order is, really, in canon, Marvel Entertainment has announced a Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order comic book streak by Matthew Rosenberg and Paolo Villanelli. The succession, which propels in September–two months before video games &# x27; s release–will introduce personas from video games, centering around Jedi Master Eno Cordova and his Padawan Cere Junda as they get transmitted on a simple mission which turns out not to be so simple after all. “Having the chance to introduce publics to some of the game &# x27; s give, and explore a bit of who they are and how they got where they are is really fun, ” Rosenberg told StarWars.com. “Cere Junda and Eno Cordova are a pair of Jedi that devotees are certainly going to want to know more about, and this comic will tell you part of their narration you acquired &# x27; t get anywhere else.”
Finally, the Whole Saga in One Place–a Lego Place
The Source : strong> An official announcement from Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and friends
Probability of Accuracy : strong> Altogether true-life and, as a fan of the Lego Star Wars plays, only awesome.
The Real Deal : strong> Fallen Order wasn &# x27; t the only Star Wars game talked about at E3, though. In a catch notice, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, TT Games, the LEGO Group, and Lucasfilm announced Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga , a new play that will span the part nine-movie storyline with hundreds of playable personas. ” Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga stigmatizes our return to the franchise that knocked off the Lego videogame lines. The recreation will give fans an all-new LEGO Star Wars know-how with complete freedom to explore the Lego Star Wars galaxy, ” Tom Stone, managing board of TT Games, said in a statement. The tournament will be released for Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and PC in 2020.