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Don’t worry, Rian Johnson is going to subvert all our expectations, and here’s a theory actually based on his so-called “best of the sequels” MOVIE: which is poor Grogu dies off-screen, unheroically, just like beloved Admiral Ackbar and now it’s time for flying space Leia.
Who cares about how much we love the Mandalorian?! Isn’t subverting expectations awesome?!!
Very interesting theory. I hope so much that it will be well confirmed in an episode of a Star Wars TV series.
Sorry, it’s not against you, but to be honest I was talking about the “Grogu Saved From Ben Solo Through Ahsoka Tano” theory.
Are you serious? I know “us” star wars fans love a good theory, but this, is one of the most trash ones I’ve ever heard
Just ignore the sequels. Done. All problems solved.
I’m sorry but I enjoyed the Star Wars sequel trilogy. I don’t want that the sequels are completely ignored.
How about: Let’s not listen these neckbeard incels and not ignore the sequels?
It’s actually too late. The sequels were officially stricken from Star Wars canon.
What you are saying does not make sense. You forget Star Wars Rebels in the episode A World Between Worlds, there are sequences taken from the movie Star Wars The Force Awakens, proof that the sequels cannot be deleted from the Star Wars canon unless delete also Star Wars Rebels from the canon.
Stop already. ST is not canon.
Yes it is incel, and it always will be!
God both of you are being stupid.
Disney will not discount the sequels, the did well and had some good moments even though they were for the most part incoherent.
Look at them as an opportunity for new story’s. The smaller stuff manned by filioni is all you need to worry about.
Insults are just pathetic.
You could just look it up… The sequels are not considered canon officially.
I say this is a not overly huge fan of Star Wars. I looked it for you. :/
You are wrong because you ignore Star Wars Rebels in episode A World Between Worlds : there are sequences taken from Star Wars The Force Awakens, proof that the sequels cannot be officially removed from Star Wars canon, unless also remove Star Wars Rebels from the canon.
I totally agree with you. I support you for that.
Seems very valid to me. Traveling with Din will have made its impression on Grogu as well. Grogu I expect will have uncanny survival instincts and more confidence in having only himself to rely on. It’s possible Grogu may even be alone again, after escaping Ben Solo, and find his own way to Ashoka after the collapse of Luke’s order.
I hope this is the start of a sequel retcon. They really have nothing good to offer, bad writing, bad heroes, worse villains, and all the new lore is making the new movies rather difficult to fill in. I’m just hoping that Disney gets smart and let those running the Mandalorian continue to run star wars universe as they are doing it right.
You’ll be exaggerating way too much: not everything was bad with the sequel trilogy. And then a retcon would be more problematic, as for the Terminator series especially with the last 3: by dint of changing the story, it will create more confusion and therefore even less satisfying.
Alternative theory, everything created in the atrocious ST is abandoned and we take this newer more tolerable content and mesh it with the accepted and beloved stories that have existed for the last 40 freakin’ years.
Sorry, but you’ll be exaggerating a bit too much with the sequel trilogy : not everything was bad after all. And then a retcon would be more problematic, as for the Terminator series especially with the last 3: by dint of changing the story, it will create more confusion and therefore even less satisfying. On the other hand The Mandalorian could fill in certain gaps and thus maybe make the sequel trilogy a little more satisfying like the serie The Clone Wars did for the prelogy.
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