Padmé Amidala’s interpreter, Natalie Portman, also wanted to pay homage with a post on Instagram, the release of Star Wars: The Ascent of Skywalker and the end of an era.
It’s not just fans who are excited about the arrival of the latest chapter in the Skywalker Saga, Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, to the cinema.
Even the cast members, past and present, have in fact shown their support for the film and in general for the generational saga that had its beginnings in 1977 with episode IV, Una Nuova Speranza.
But it was a star of the so-called Prequel Trilogy, Natalie Portman, interpreter of Padmé Amidala, who posted a nostalgic photo of the old days on Instagram, precisely from 2002; with a still that portrayed her in the iconic white outfit of The Attack of the Clones, Portman wanted to celebrate “the end of an era” as she also wrote in the post accompanying caption.
The films of which Portman was a part, especially episodes I and II, are among the most criticized by the public and the press (even if the latest episodes of the new trilogy know something of conflicting reactions, despite the always high box office receipts ), but many of those characters (probably not Jar Jar Binks) and those stories will always remain in the hearts of fans.
Star Wars: Rising Skywalker is currently in theaters around the world.