The ‘Star Wars’ actor, Oscar Isaac admitted he felt a bit burned out with the franchise after the premiere of ‘Star Wars’: The Rise of Skywalker’ and his 9 Things That Don’t Make Sense, we added, and that he wanted to pursue more character-based work and less special effects work.
Almost three years later, in which Isaac starred in ‘Moon Knight’, the Marvel series, and ‘Dune’, one of the best movies of 2021, as well as smaller projects such as ‘The Card Counter’ and ‘The Room of the mail’, the actor seems more open to playing Poe Dameron again.
“I don’t know. I’m open to everything. You never know”explained in an interview with SiriusXM. “I don’t have any real feeling one way or the other.”
“I’m open to any good story. Time is the only thing that becomes a challenge…when you get older and have kids and all that, where do movies fit in?”
“If there was a great story and a great director and [la presidenta de Lucasfilm] Kathy Kennedy came to me and said, ‘I have this great idea,’ then I would be open to it.”
At the moment, it seems that ‘Star Wars’ has moved away from the characters introduced in the sequel trilogy. Series like ‘Obi-Wan Kenobi’ and ‘Andor’ are situated between ‘Revenge of the Sith’ and ‘A New Hope’, while ‘The Mandalorian’ (eye, it is confirmed that we will have ‘The Mandalorian 3’ in February 2023) and ‘The Book of Boba Fett’ sit between ‘Return of the Jedi’ and ‘The Force Awakens’, and all of them lean more towards the original trilogy. Which does not mean that we leave aside any possible surprise in the form of a cameo since, for example, ‘Andor’ will shake the canon of ‘Star Wars’. If these seem like too many proposals and you prefer to start little by little, here are all the ‘Star Wars’ series ordered from worst to best.
Kathleen Kennedy declared last year that characters from the sequel trilogy – by the way, what position do they occupy in the ranking of the ‘Star Wars’ movies? – such as Rey, Poe and Finn had not been forgotten, and that Lucasfilm’s creative team was having “conversations” about what to do with them in the future.
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