Colin Trevorrow’s script for Star Wars: Episode IX didn’t include Palpatine’s return

22 11 2019

Naboo News

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From Empire:

Jurassic World franchise overseer Colin Trevorrow was originally supposed to handle another huge piece of pop culture, writing and directing Star Wars: Episode IX – The Rise Of Skywalker. That never ended up happening, but Trevorrow’s work on the film had enough impact to score him a story credit (along with writing partner Derek Connolly), and residuals, which the filmmaker is donating to the Alexander Devine Children’s Hospice in Berkshire. […]

[J.J.] Abrams, who took over co-writing and shooting the movie, went in some significantly different directions, including a return for a classic character. “Bringing back the Emperor was an idea JJ brought to the table when he came on board,” Trevorrow says. “It’s honestly something I never considered. I commend him for it. This was a tough story to unlock, and he found the key.” […]”

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STAR WARS Celebration 2019

11 04 2019

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The Tormented Mind of Barton Fink (Film Analysis)

13 02 2019

Transient Talks

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“I’m a writer, celebrating the completion of something good!”

“I’m a writer, you monsters! I create! I create for a living!”

“I’m a creator!”

“This is how I serve the common man!”

Barton Fink (1991)

I have a penchant for films that operate on a multitude of surfaces, and those which urge the mind to turn its cognitive gears. Joel and Ethan Coen’s resume mostly contains the right materials for my particular interest. The brothers’ works, even now, continue to bewilder me with their weighty content, engrossing characters and intricate detailing, all intertwined by such cunning direction and writing. It’s even arduous to simply prioritize their films in a non-churning order, since placing one ahead of another, while completely harmless, doesn’t amount to solid satisfaction. But if anything, there’s one which resonates to me the strongest, and whose impact has not dampened since the first viewing: it’s the hollow head of Barton Fink.

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New Digital Art

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“Ms Fenn”

the talented and extraordinarily beautiful actress Sherilyn Fenn

 





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