Palpatine’s Mystery in Star Wars: The Rise of the Skywalker Wasn’t Actually a Mystery

Star Wars Franchise Goes Old School

The ending of the Skywalker Saga spanning three trilogies is coming to a close.

Star Wars: The Rise of the Skywalker originated Emperor Palpatine, a phenom who defies death to register a shocking return. The behind the scenes of the film was a part of the sensation popularity it gets from the audiences. The Rise of Skywalker has already hit the cinemas in 2019 and created very little confusion with giving the perfect treat. Photos were coming or getting leaked from the set as behind the scenes of The Rise of SkyWalker. One of them shows the Emperor Palpatine himself. Another similar image reveals the scavenger ‘Rey’ sitting on Emperor Palpatine’s Sith throne. There were many photos that automatically drew attention or led towards the suspense part. 

McDiarmid Reprises his Role, AGAIN

STAR WARS legend Ian McDiarmid already hinted at the return of the evil Emperor Palpatine

The Rise of Skywalker, in general, doesn’t explain the rise of the Palpatine after his death. The character played by McDiarmid was abolished at the end of 1983’s Return of the Jedi. There was no proper or valid justification for his presence in The Rise of Skywalker. In a recent presentation at comic-con in Brussels, this is what McDiarmid had to say, “Yes. Well, of course, there were all sorts of explanations for why I might return.” Well, as Palpatine soon becomes the Emperor after coming from death, he urges REY to help him in his mission of destruction.

A Bonus for the Audience

A bonus feature is yet to be introduced for the audiences.

The bonus material is yet to be released, which includes the main focus points of the films including, a feature-length, making-of documentary, that goes behind the scenes with the actors and filmmakers from the Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. It will also be examining the heritage of the Skywalker saga. The promised material will also feature the Pasaana Pursuit along with the aliens in the desert. 

Sources: NME, Checkersaga 


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