Surprising as it may be, even months after it was revealed and weeks after the film's release, Lucasfilm had never provided an officer of Emperor Palpatine in Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. However, that is no longer the case.
With the movie beyond another billion Disney at the box office, it's a safe time like any other for a licensed Palpatine advertising. And now you can see the image, along with a selection of others Sky Walker Photos that the studio recently launched online, in the gallery below:
A quick look at my catalog of articles (quite the bibliography I have built) finds that this is the sixth Star Wars Piece of palpa that I have done in the last 2 months. I just mention it so that if you think I'm struggling to find something new to say about the guy, you'll know the reason.
Those previous stories included quotes from J.J. Abrams, Colin Trevorrow and even Ian McDiarmid himself. Is there anyone left to talk about his return? Any hidden interpretation that completely transforms my vision of the movie? Do not? As always, you can answer all these questions in the comments. After all, if you can't write stories for yourself, you could also get other people to do it. Just ask Lucasfilm.
Suppose it is better to write my hundredth treatise on the latest Mandalorianinspired by the Baby Yoda toy to go to stores. I am not ungrateful, but there is always a dark side. In fact, if there is anything Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker He taught us, and he didn't teach us much, he taught us that thanks to Disney for his latest blockbuster hit for the masses. The world is in good hands.