The Lord of the Rings Gollum actor, Andy Serkis, states that First Order Supreme Leader Snoke will need his own Star Wars project in the future.
Actor and director, Andy Serkis, recently argued that First Order Supreme Leader Snoke needs his own Star Wars project. The actor made a name for himself Under the spell of the Ring trilogy as Gollum, a fully computer-generated hobbit who has been damaged by the One Ring. He would later continue his work as a motion-capture performer in Peter Jackson’s King Kong like the titular giant ape, The Adventures of Tintin as Captain Haddock, and in The planet of the monkeys reboot trilogy as Caesar. However, one of his biggest motion capture roles came in Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens as the Supreme Leader Snoke of the First Order.
Similar to Emperor Palpatine in the original Star Wars trilogy, Snoke commanded Kylo Ren (Adam Driver) and the First Order from afar through the use of holograms. Serkis’ imposing character and compelling performance dismissed many questions from the fanbase about the villain’s origin, including theories that assumed he could be the infamous Darth Plagueis. Fans hoped that Rian Johnson’s Star Wars: Episode VIII – The Last Jedi would provide answers, but Snoke was quickly killed by Kylo and later used as a background prop in Palpatine’s clone lab on Exegol in Star Wars: Episode IX – Rise of Skywalker.
Serkis recently sat down with Jake’s Taken and argued that Snoke should get his own Star Wars project. When asked what part of Serkis’ work? Star Wars eager to know the thoughts of creator George Lucas, the actor explained that he would really like to learn more about Snoke and expand his presence in the franchise. Read below what Serkis said.
First off, I’d like him to think about taking Snoke further, actually. I think I’d say to him, “Look, I don’t think we’ve seen enough Snoke.” I think people would like to see more Snoke. And really, really fill in the whole lore behind Snoke because I think there’s so much fertile that has yet to be covered.
What Would a Snoke Star Wars Movie Look Like?
Snoke appeared as a huge question mark in Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens. With few character details in the film, the dark lord appeared seemingly out of nowhere in a universe that seemed to have rid itself of the Sith. The gap between Star Wars: Episode VI – Return of the Jedi and his first appearance in Star Wars – Episode VII – The Force Awakens offers a great opportunity to explore Snoke’s origins.
Since Snoke’s clone reveal in Star Wars: Episode IX – Rise of Skywalker, its origin story has slowly developed in tertiary media. Several years before the collapse of the Empire, Snoke was created on Exegol by Palpatine’s Sith cultists in an attempt to extend the Emperor’s life. Palpatine discovered that the body was unable to contain his life force and instead used him as a puppet to control the rise of the First Order and prime Ben Solo (Driver) to be an agent of the Dark Side. become. A future Snoke movie could focus on Snoke’s early years as he struggles to understand his purpose after its creation, and struggles with Palpatine’s influence. With Serki receiving praise for his performance as Kino Loy in the Star Wars franchise’s latest entry, Andoroperhaps Lucasfilm will consider expanding Snoke’s origins on film with Serkis back in the golden robes of the Sith Lord.
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Source: Jake’s Taken