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Darth Vader character in Star Wars movie review

Now that star Wars: The Force Awakens is in show business and all we can do is sit back and wonder at how quick it is earning money for Disney, we have an excuse to look to the future of the Star Wars movies, which is definitely bright. Outside of the Episode films like The Force Awakens, we are going to obtain a series of Standalone Star Wars Story films. Darth Vader may play an important role in Star War movies, and we have been surprising just how strong this will be, and if it is even best idea or not. This movie star wars have great roles for character parties.

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Give the subject and timeline matter of Rogue One, it is definitely possible that Darth Vader will come out, or have little attendance in the film. So in the years between Episode 3: Revenge of the Sith and Episode 4, the plot, as we know it, it resolves around the Rebels group who steals the plans for the initial Death Star that Luke Skywalker and company use to later blow it out of the sky. This is part of the a bigger plan of bringing some of the shadows corner of the Universal Star Wars into the light and will show us action and events that we have just heard about. Even princess Leia for a princess party is a great idea.

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It would be damn near not possible to tell this story in this era fully without Darth Vader having at least some impact. He is the Emperors right hand force, he is very well involved with the construction of the Death Star, and he is just type of all over the area as far the Empire is concerned. The Best judgment is that Vader position in Rogue One will just like Palpatine.

All of this may describe how Miami Darth Vader character could emerge in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, but perhaps the biggest question is should be? Should he play a stronger role? To be fair, with Kylo Ren obsessions, his attendance is still felt in Star Wars: The Force Awakens, but one strong complaint about that film has been that it places too much importance on the past- some have even said that it watches like fan fiction desire fulfillment. If Rogue One winds up more targeted on Darth Vader character, it could extremely well fall into the same trap.