Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker Explains Why Palpatine Wanted Luke To Kill Him In Return Of The Jedi

Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker Explains Why Palpatine Wanted Luke To Kill Him In Return Of The Jedi
The debate surrounding Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker continues to rumble on as fans dissect every moment of the Skywalker Saga’s concluding chapter. At this stage, most people are in agreement that the story underwent hasty revisions to try and distance itself from the backlash that greeted The Last Jedi, and all J.J. Abrams ended up having to show for it was worse reviews and lower box office numbers.

Palpatine’s involvement has come under particular criticism, with Abrams returning to the well and revealing the Emperor to be the main villain for the third trilogy in a row, which characterizes the Sequel Trilogy’s approach to originality in a nutshell. The expanded universe, meanwhile, is filling in some of the gaps created by The Rise of Skywalker‘s various plot holes, and now the movie’s ending has been directly tied to the events of Return of the Jedi.
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