Former ‘Star Wars’ Director Colin Trevorrow Confirms Leaked Concept Art For His Version of the Film Is Real and Fans are Freaking Out

by Jeremy Spirogis
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With the divisive opinions of The Rise of Skywalker, some followers are adamant about discovering some other model of the movie than the one taking part in in theaters. Colin Trevorrow’s script for Episode IX, titled Duel of The Fates, had a drastically totally different ending. Let’s take a have a look at what followers are saying in regards to the former administrators lately leaked idea artwork.

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Alan Horn asserting Colin Trevorrow to direct ‘Star Wars: Episode IX’ | Disney/Image Group LA through Getty Images

Why did Trevorrow get kicked off the ‘Star Wars’ movie by Disney and Lucasfilm?

Walt Disney Studios chairman Alan Horn introduced in 2015 that Trevorrow would direct Episode IX. He spent two strong years engaged on the movie, utterly immersed in all issues Star Wars. However, in 2017, Lucasfilm introduced in a brand new author, Jack Thorne, to rewrite the script due to dissatisfaction with the present model. 

“Colin was at an enormous drawback not having been part of Force Awakens and in a part of these early conversations as a result of we had a normal sense of the place the story was going,” Lucasfilm President Kathleen Kennedy instructed IO9 after the director was let go. 

“Like any development process,” Kennedy continued, “it was only in the development that we’re looking at a first draft and realizing that it was perhaps heading in a direction that many of us didn’t feel was really quite where we wanted it to go.”

After that first draft was full, the producers determined that they didn’t really feel that the choice lined up with what they wished for the ultimate chapter within the saga. A big quantity of followers assume in any other case.

Many followers love Colin Trevorrow’s model of ‘The Rise of Skywalker’ 

Recently, the unique draft, developed by Trevorrow and his workforce, was leaked on Reddit. Additionally, idea artwork got here out, inflicting many followers to freak out utterly.

“I would have loved to see it,” one fan commented on Trevorrow’s tweet. “I love the way you set up shots. These storyboards show that your version would have taken a beautiful/artsy take on the final Skywalker film. It would have been awesome.”

Numerous followers praised Trevorrow for his idea artwork when he confirmed in a tweet that it was certainly actual.

“Goddamn, this movie sounds freaking AMAZING,” added one other Twitter person. Can this film nonetheless occur, by some means?! Even in animated kind just like the clone wars?? Gahhh Kathleen Kennedy screwed up so dangerous; she ought to have by no means allow you to go!!”

The praises continued rolling in with followers begging to see what conclusion to the Skywalker Saga may need been with Trevorrow within the lead.

“Really would have liked to have seen your version,” commented one more fan. “Looks like you were throwing around a lot of really cool and unique ideas.” 

Just a few followers hate the shortage of redemption for Ben Solo in Trevorrow’s ‘Duel of the Fates’

There had been some adjustments that not all followers appreciated within the authentic model of Episode IX.

“Conceptually, I appreciated your spec greater than TROS, however Kylo’s lack of a redemption arc was a bit puzzling,” one fan contemplated. “I wonder if that was where the creative split happened between you and LFL. Anyway, thanks for what you did manage to contribute.”

In Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, Ben Solo/Kylo Ren (Adam Driver) turns again to the sunshine aspect of the Force. However, in Trevorrow’s Duel of the Fates, he’s not redeemed. 

“Some ideas were cool, I agree, but the idea of evil Kylo after all the abuse and manipulation is something I would never stand for,” one other fan tweeted. “He ended TLJ alone, and his final scene confirmed us he regrets it. Hux had far more potential to be the dangerous one. And I simply wished Ben Solo to be pleased.”

While most followers are in an uproar that Lucasfilm and Disney didn’t hold Trevorrow’s model of Star Wars: Episode IX, there are nonetheless others preferring the film in theaters. It’s true what they are saying, Disney was by no means going to please everybody.

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