Friday, January 8, 2016

Is Star Wars : The Force Awakens Supreme Leader Snoke in fact Darth Vader?

Is Star Wars : The Force Awakens Supreme Leader Snoke in fact Darth Vader? There was some unanswered questions at the end of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, and one of them was: who is the Supreme Leader Snoke character? One of the theory is that he was Darth Plagueis, but Andy Serkis, who plays the character, said apparently that the theory was wrong.

Now, a fascinating new fan theory is that Supreme Leader Snoke from Star Wars: The Force Awakens might actually be Anakin Skywalker, a.k.a. Darth Vader. Although this theory may look a bit hard to swallow what makes it interesting is the fact that the facial scars of Snoke almost perfectly align with the facial scars of Darth Vader that we saw when he removed his mask at the end of Return of the Jedi... Here is another picture of the both.

Also, last week was posted some concept art done for SW7 - and published in the Art os Star Wars    The Force Awakens book - featuring Anakin Skywalker's force ghost. The artist who did the artwork explained that when Anakin died, he didn’t fully go to the light side of the force and how Anakin would flow back and forth between both Anakin Skywalker and Darth Vader...

So... intriguing, isn't it?

Always about The Force Awakens according to Slashfilm, the official screenplay of Star Wars: The Force Awakens reveals the name of Luke Skywalker's hideout, the one you see in the last scene of the film. The water planet where the first temple of the Jedi is said to be located, is called "Ahch-To."

So, what does it mean? The word "Ahch" means "brother" in Hebrew so it could be a reference to Luke and Leia's relationship as brother and sister, although some suggest that Luke and Rey are brother and sister, which i personally doubt. But "Ahch-To" could be a placeholder name, a play on "Act 2," as SWTFA cliffhanger ending leads directly into the second movie of the new Trilogy.

The island where was filmed that scene is Skellig Michael island, an imposing, windswept hunk of rock and a UNESCO World Heritage Site in County Kerry, 12 kilometers off the southwest coast of Ireland. 

Last but not least, here is an interesting video showing you what are the deleted scenes and rejected concept from Star Wars : The Force Awakens!

Pictures: copyright Lucasfilm

1 comment:

Tom said...

Very interesting, thanks for this information :)