Star Wars: Samuel L. Jackson wants to bring Mays Vindu back to Epic

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Mays Windu was a member of the Jedi Council, a veteran veteran who fought in the Clone Wars. His fate was sealed in episode III of Star Wars: The Revenge of the Sith, but actor Samuel L. Jackson, who played him in the Prequel trilogy, Desire to continue. He did this in an interview on the Happy podcast Sad Confused, albeit in a rather casual and hilarious tone.

“I will definitely stay there again. It’s there Good news for the return of one-sided people Bryce Dallas Howard is the only person I have been told to return to, but in Star Wars, because I just made a movie with him. Jackson later recalls that the director made several episodes of Mandalorian (and an episode of Boba Fett’s book). ) “Put me here, coach. “I am ready,” he said. “You know, I can learn to use a traffic light with my left hand.”

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Mays Vindu die?

This happened in the last episode of the revenge of the Siths, when Anakin Skywalker warned the wizard that Supreme Chancellor Palpatine suspected that he was the Sith lord they were looking for. Vindu asks Anakin to restrain himself and goes to the Prime Minister’s office. The fight begins and Darth Sidius dies, but that is when the young Jedi intervene. May Windus cut his hand And threw it out the window. Everything seems to indicate that he is dead, but what if the emperor returned after falling into a pit and the star of death shattered into a thousand pieces?

The legend will have its next premiere Star Wars: Obi-Wan KenobiA 6-episode mini-series that unfolds 10 years after the revenge of the Sites. It will be released on Disney + on May 25th.

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Source: Meri Station AS

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