Hier ist, warum die Star Wars-Filme möglicherweise Namen tauschen müssen

Soll der erste Film Rise of Skywalker und der letzte Phantom Menace sein?

EIN minutenlanges TikTok, das ein Argument für die Umbenennung aller Star Wars Skywalker Saga-Filme präsentiert erregte kürzlich online Aufsehen. Das Video mit dem Titel „Why Every Star Wars Film Has the Wrong Title“ (von TikToker @fake.disney.facts ) führt die Zuschauer schnell und humorvoll durch alle neun Episoden und ordnet die Titel neu – von Episode I: Die dunkle Bedrohung bis Episode IX: Der Aufstieg Skywalkers – um zu erklären, warum sie alle vertauscht werden sollten.

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Hier sind die neuen vorgeschlagenen Namen:

  • Folge I: Der Aufstieg Skywalkers
  • Episode II: Die Rache der Sith
  • Episode III: Angriff der Klonkrieger
  • Folge IV: Die Rückkehr der Jedi
  • Episode V: Das Erwachen der Macht
  • Episode VI: Die letzten Jedi
  • Folge VII: Das Imperium schlägt zurück
  • Episode VIII: Eine neue Hoffnung
  • Folge IX: Die dunkle Bedrohung

Also, was habt ihr alle gedacht? Ist diese neue Sortierung der Titel sinnvoll? Machen sie mehr Sinn als dort, wo sie jetzt sind?

In anderen Filmnachrichten, Courteney Cox kehrt für Scream 5 zurück , Michael Jackson versuchte, Professor X in X-Men aus dem Jahr 2000 zu spielen , und Karl Urban (The Boys, LOTR) enthüllte, dass er einen geheimen Cameo-Auftritt in The Rise of Skywalker hatte .

Rogue One: 17 coole Star Wars-Details, die von den Autoren enthüllt wurden  <b>Rogue One's story, all courtesy of writers Gary Whitta and Chris Weitz.  <b>Der Einfluss von Quentin Tarantino</b>
Bei der Diskussion über die Eröffnungssequenz, in der Regisseur Krennic Galen Erso und seine Familie konfrontiert, enthüllte Whitta 2009's Other Titles</b>
The Rogue One team went through a number of different working titles for the film before finally settling on Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. Other possible titles included "Dark Times," "Rebellion" and "Shadow of the Death Star."
Whitta said, "We had a lot. At one point, John Swartz, who was one of the creative executives on the film, had a list and we all kind of voted on the ones that we liked. I contributed two. … Shadow of the Death Star and all these kind of fancy titles. One of the things that occurred to me, I went back and looked to all the previous films, and this continues to be true even with the sequel trilogy now being completed, the titles of Star Wars saga films are always either three words or four words long. They just all are. And so it occurred to me that one of the ways we could differentiate this movie from the rest is we had a title that was only one word or two words long. So like Star Wars: Rebellion, Star Wars: Rogue One, things like that. Let’s do a title that’s shorter so that even from the title of the movie, you know this is something that doesn’t necessarily conform to the unwritten rules of the saga films." 18 Bilder  <b>Jyn Erso't always intended to be that way. Whitta revealed he actually wrote multiple versions of a crawl before it was decided eliminating the crawl would help Rogue One veer away from the usual Star Wars tropes.
Whitta said, “The way the movie opens is really one of the first interesting questions that [director] Gareth [Edwards] and I had: Should there be an opening crawl? I did write one. You'll never see it but I did. I wrote more than one. Back when we were still experimenting with the idea of maybe doing one. But one of the things that we arrived at fairly early on in the process is that it was OK to liberate ourselves from the traditional storytelling language of Star Wars. And a lot of the visual tropes -- the iris wipes, the opening crawl, things like that -- we felt like the standalone movies had more license than the saga films to do something a little more different.”  <b>Lyra Erso: Jedi-Ritter</b>
In einer weiteren großen Änderung hat Jyn's Inglourious Basterds had a strong influence on his writing. Whitta was particularly inspired by the suspenseful opening act of Inglourious Basterds. “Gareth and I talked a lot about how much we loved the opening of Inglorious Basterds, if you remember that with the French farmhouse," said Whitta. "This scene was very much inspired by that. Krennic is basically the Cristoph Waltz Nazi in this movie coming to interrogate the poor innocents who have to hide this girl.” 's Original Role</b>
A great deal about the plot and direction of Rogue One changed during development, including the specific role Jyn Erso played. Early on, Jyn was envisioned as more akin to Jessica Chastain's character in Zero Dark Thirty. She was the one who uncovered the existence of the Death Star and had to find a way of exposing the Empire's plans.
Whitta said, "At one point Jyn was already a Rebel soldier. We toyed with various other possibilities -- that she was a deserter, that she was a Rey-like scavenger, but obviously you can't do that once you learn what the other hand of the Star Wars universe is doing." 's mother Lyra was originally written as a Jedi, but Whitta said he was advised not to treat the movie as a checklist of Star Wars tropes. He said, "In the original version -- and the kyber crystal was like the last tiny piece that was left -- she was a Jedi in hiding. It was one of the first things that got killed, and rightly so. That was kind of a vestige of me as a fanboy wanting to feel like we were checking all the Star Wars boxes. I remember saying... this is going to be the very first Star Wars movie that doesn't have a lightsaber in it. … Of course, it ended up not being true! We have an amazing lightsaber sequence at the end of the movie."
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