Chris Terrio Talks About the Ghosts of the Force in Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker

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Chris Terrio worked on the script for Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker alongside the film’s director, JJ Abrams. For Terrio, it was a debut in the franchise, after working on contested films such as Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and Justice League. The author has recently focused on a detail of The Rise of Skywalker.

Do not continue reading the news if you have not yet seen The Rise of Skywalker. At the end of the film directed by JJ Abrams, we see Rey meet Luke and Leia’s Ghosts of Force which inspire her to take the surname Skywalker.

A solution is consistent with the reason why they appeared in Rey, for the role of mentors of the protagonist. But why them?

Chris Terrio mentioned it recently. Wanting to bring the twins home and considering that Alderaan was destroyed, they chose to take Leia to Tatooine, Luke’s home: Spiritually it is not a crazy idea that all Jedi are with them but it would have been a visual shock to see all these new characters on Tatooine that were not part of the story of Rey, Luke, and Leia. This is a fair question from fans, we have been arguing for hours and have decided that the moment when the Jedi must be there for Rey is when it matters dramatically when he hears their voices. We thought that seeing Rey’s two teachers was stronger for Rey; the only one to have been trained by two Skywalkers ” when he hears their voices. We thought that seeing Rey’s two teachers was stronger for Rey; the only one to have been trained by two Skywalkers ” when he hears their voices. We thought to see Rey’s two masters were stronger; the only one to have been trained by two Skywalkers “.

Chris Terrio and Kylo Ren’s mask is another interesting detail that the screenwriter wanted to specify. Fans are also convinced of a theory about The Rise of Skywalker.