The journey via the Skywalker Saga is coming to an in depth in only a month or so. Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker is nearly right here and collection actor Greg Grunberg can’t await information to make it out in regards to the subsequent large entry. It seems, followers are going to have to wait to hear no matter that information is after the actor tweeted about it this week. Another put up on the social media website signifies that Grunberg has to wait till the official okay comes via from the individuals up prime. Most of the feedback below the put up are individuals voicing their frustration on the info being dangled in entrance of them solely to be ripped away. Well, like most issues to come out of an enormous franchise like this, there are protocols for releasing info. If issues trickle out, even when they’re innocent for essentially the most half, the person accountable might undergo some severe penalties.
This all began earlier within the week when Grunberg did the preliminary put up on Twitter. He performed X-Wing pilot Snap Wexely in Star Wars: The Force Awakens. It appears that his connection to director J.J. Abrams has made him privy to some secret that the followers merely should find out about now. Word of this most likely acquired all the best way up to administration and it appears to be like like they instructed him to cool his heels already. Is it one other step in Wexely’s journey, or is it one thing else completely? At any fee, the suspense is totally consuming on the followers.
— Greg Grunberg (@greggrunberg) November 3, 2019
Another latest put up confirmed off Grunberg’s character as an element of a brand new LEGO set on Halloween. He additionally included a Funko POP! determine of Wexely as nicely. Grunberg may very well be having enjoyable with these new items of march, or he may very well be attempting to sign that he’s acquired a a lot greater half to play this time round in Lucasfilm’s conclusion to the present trilogy.
Abrams is aware of that he has quite a bit driving on this film. Another Star Wars trilogy attracts to an in depth and the director is conscious that expectations are sky-high heading into The Rise of Skywalker.
“Endings are the thing that scare me the most,” Abrams instructed Entertainment Weekly. “This is about bringing this thing to a close in a way that is emotional and meaningful and also satisfying in terms of actually answering [as many] questions as possible,” he defined. “So if years from now, someone’s watching these movies, all nine of them, they’re watching a story that is as cohesive as possible.”