Star Wars The Last Jedi is more “menacing” than The Reveil of the Force
If you still do not know, Daisy Ridley (Rey) is here to let you know: Star Wars: The Last Jedi will stand out in a decidedly dark and disturbing tone!
And yes, once again, nothing goes in the galaxy. It is not because the Resistance inflicted a stinging defeat on the First Order by destroying its Starkiller Base in The Re-awakening of Force that things were abruptly arranged. On the contrary, since Snoke must now be particularly annoyed and determined to carry out violent retaliation against this group of insubordinate rebels. And then, it’s not Luke, retired on Ach-To and visibly plagued by a cruel existential crisis, which possesses the means to put a little order in there. No, it will probably be Rey’s task, which we saw training in the Star Wars teaser: The Last Jedi , Even though it may not completely embrace the Jedi’s path to find an in-between between light and darkness. In short, between Luke’s doubts and the desperate struggle of the Resistance, the film looks rather dark , in any case more than The Reveil of the Force , which finally only introduced the struggle against the First Order. And besides, Daisy Ridley, who lends his features to Rey, has a rather strong adjective to describe this Episode VIII .
In an episode of the Star Wars Show, the young actress said that the tone of the film was far more disturbing than Star Wars: The Revival of the Force . She thus teased: ” The tone is definitely more menacing, yes .”, Without obviously giving more details. As far as Melty is concerned, we are not surprised to hear him say that, his remarks joining those of Oscar Isaac (Poe Dameron) or John Boyega (Finn), who have already had the opportunity to declare That Star Wars: The Last Jedi took a darker path than the first opus of the trilogy . Fortunately, Daisy Ridley also took advantage of his small intervention to allude to Rey’s state of mind. ” We see her training a little and being a bit overwhelmed by all that . Anyway, the next adventures of Rey, Finn and Poe Dameron should be filled with emotion and will not fail to support where it is. Especially if, as Luke seems to want in the trailer of Star Wars: The Last Jedi, they mark the end of the Jedi ! What do you expect from the movie? As Luke seems to like in the trailer of Star Wars: The Last Jedi, they mark the end of the Jedi ! What do you expect from the film? As Luke seems to like in the trailer of Star Wars: The Last Jedi, they mark the end of the Jedi ! What do you expect from the film?