Obi-Wan Kenobi. . . You are not the father!
According to actress Daisy Ridley, Ray, the owner of her mysterious “Star Wars”, is going to be a one-time descendant of Jedi master Obi-Wan Kenobi, but (spoiler warning) the villain is not Emperor Balpatine, but “The Rise of Rise” skywalker. ”
But then screenwriters began to spin with his tradition.
“Initially, it was playing with an OP-VAN connection – there were different versions – then it was really nobody, then it was nine and J.J. [Abrams] It was like, ‘Oh, yeah, Balpatine Grandma.’ “Ridley, 28, Said guest host Josh Gott on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” Tuesday.
It stumbled even further from there.
“Then two weeks later he said, ” Oh, we don’t know, ‘” Ridley said. “So, it kept changing. So, even when we were filming, I didn’t know what the answer would be.”
Although his parents were hidden during the first two films, “The Force Awakens” and “The Last Jedi”, what Ray Kenobi revealed was eventually removed.
Of course, bad security “Star Wars” fanatics rushed to register their outrage over the filmmakers on Twitter.
“Daisy Ridley is supposed to be Ray Canopia, then Ray Nobody and then Ray Balpatine in the worst planned and written trilogy in cinematic history.” One disgruntled fan tweeted. “Kathleen Kennedy, Arian Johnson and Jazzabrams, there’s daily extra evidence of how you exploded it.”
“I know this rubbish was not planned,” Liked another Twitter user. “How can you play fast and loose with a billion dollar rights? This is unthinkable.”
Ridley is the latest Special Ownership star to talk about the thin treatment of their “Star Wars” character. British-Nigerian actor John Boyce Deleted some reports of racial slurs In an interview with British GQ last week.
“They gave Adam Driver all the nuances and Daisy Ridley all the nuances.” Said Boega, 28, portraying Jedi Finn, who returned from Stormrooper in “The Force Awakens”, “The Last Jedi” and “The Rise of Skywalker”.
He said that although Disney considered his character important to the plot, his screen came to be “marginalized”. “[But] What I say to Disney is, don’t expose a black character, market them as more important in ownership than they are, and then push them aside, ”Boega said. “It simply came to our notice then. I will say it straight. ”