Rumored STAR WARS EPISODE VII Plot Details Reveal More About The Sith
Another batch of possible plot details for J.J. Abrams' Star Wars Episode VII have found their way online, including details on who Domhnall Gleeson ISN'T playing, which location we've heard about shooting taking place at is in fact the Sith's homeworld, and much more...
Latino-Review are back with more Star Wars Episode VII scoopage, and their latest report sheds some light on why exactly the production recently paid a visit to Skelling Michael Island in Kerry, Ireland. After shooting took place there last month with Mark Hamill and probably Daisy Ridley, J.J. Abrams is apparently heading back there in November. Why? Well, according to the site, it's because this location is doubling as the Sith Homeworld in the movie. In what appears to be a mixture of inside information and speculation, they go on to add that, "Like in the Expanded Universe, the Sith were founded by a Jedi who practiced moral relativism thousands of years ago. He met up with Plagueis and started going by the Sith name Darth Ruin. He split off to unite the Sith tribes under the Dark Side of The Force. I don’t know if all of that is going to be in the movie, but it’s going to get called back as we’ll have a new Ruin in the movie, whomever fancies himself the biggest threat (might this be my Sith Inquisitor?)." Apparently, the Sith Homeworld was in the re-tooled Michael Ardnt draft of the script (meaning things could have changed since), and the stone hut ruins on the island are being used as a control center as the planet itself is some kind of weapon...could this be what The Emperor fashioned the Death Star after? Also included in the report is the claim that Domhnall Gleeson will not be playing Luke Skywalker's son, despite speculation pointing to that. What do you guys think? Be sure to share your thoughts on these rumours below...
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