Listen: Jj Abrams, Darth Vader And Embraer discussed on Mo'Kelly
"That that is the part of the trailer that had everyone really shook if we're pal Patine is a was Darth Vader's Sieff Lord boss who who they killed at the return of the jet or so we thought the room down the the energy shaft. Yes. Never to be heard from or seen again was like we saw his by anything you've just gone, which is why that line at the end of the trailer. No one is ever really gone. Do we know who it's applying to write talking about himself is he talking about all the people. She may have lost or issue talking about Embraer palpitation. This is what I loved about this trailer and the whole idea of what Jj Abrams brings to the franchise. He has a healthy respect for the previous trilogies and those characters. Their importance to lifelong Star Wars fans guess in a way that Ryan Johnson who directed the last jet. I you know, he had total disregard for any just the way he killed off in the movie, Luke and try to kill off and really had no real respect to regard for the original trilogies chief heroes. I understand you passing the baton. But there was just a way that they could have done it better and Jj Abrams that only is he saying we're officially passing the baton because they're calling this the end of the Skywalker saga. He's making very clear that all the things that you felt were missed and last movie, we're"