Possible Details Emerge About What Colin Trevorrow Had Planned For Luke And More STAR WARS EPISODE IX

Mark Hamill has revealed that he was on board with Colin Trevorrow's ideas for Luke Skywalker in Star Wars Episode IX, while some new details about what the filmmaker may have been planning have surfaced.

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While Lucasfilm promised a filmmaker-driven approach to the new wave of Star Wars movies, it's clear that the studio has a very specific idea in mind for how these should all play out. That's why Josh Trank was fired from what was thought to be a Boba Fett movie, while Phil Lord and Chris Miller were replaced on Solo: A Star Wars Story by Ron Howard and Colin Trevorrow was let go from Episode IX

During a recent interview, Mark Hamill revealed that he was very happy with what Trevorrow had planned for Luke Skywalker in that release and that he and the filmmaker were both on the same page:

"I had discussions with Colin. I was very excited because we were on the same page in terms of where we wanted to go and how we wanted to see Luke in a way that we never
seen him. Even in this current version. But I don't know what went on. I don't want to know because there is no upside to that story. I like all those people. I like Kathy, and I like Lawrence Kasdan and all the people involved in that decision, but sometimes ignorance is bliss. And they don't tell me anything."

What exactly is Hamill referring to here? Well, a Redditor claiming to have some insight into that may have cleared things up. Apparently, Trevorrow fought to have Luke Skywalker remain alive in Episode IX and strongly disagreed with the character being killed off by director Rian Johnson in The Last Jedi

Trevorrow also had big plans for Luke and Leia's relationship and was planning to explore her links to the Force in a "beautiful and tragic" way. He also wanted Supreme Leader Snoke to stay alive in order to explore the villain's backstory and would have ended the trilogy with Luke essentially walking off into the sunset. Unfortunately for the director, Johnson and Kathleen Kennedy were adamant he 

As always, take this with a pinch of salt for now but feel free to share your thoughts down below.
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