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Entertainment Star Wars shows Stormtrooper evolution ahead of Rise of Skywalker

13:15  28 november  2019
13:15  28 november  2019 Source:   digitalspy.com

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Because at the studio’s Evolution Of The Stormtrooper exhibit on the convention center show -floor they also gave fans a look at the new Stormtroopers that Designed by Michael Kaplan, the caption for the costume also provided a brief description of Star Wars : The Rise Of Skywalker ’s Sith Trooper .

Exclusive Sith trooper products from Star Wars : The Rise of Skywalker and a special exhibit celebrating stormtrooper design are coming to While Lucasfilm’s previous costume exhibits have largely centered around film releases, this year the goal was to celebrate both The Rise of Skywalker

Everyone from Tom Hardy to Daniel Craig to Princes William and Harry have found themselves in the iconic Stormtrooper suit, so ahead of Rise of Skywalker, Star Wars has unveiled a special clip celebrating the evolution of Troopers across the galaxy.

a group of people on a motorcycle: Star Wars has unveiled the evolution of the Stormtrooper in a new feature celebrating the iconic character, ahead of Rise of Skywalker's release next month. © Lucasfilm Star Wars has unveiled the evolution of the Stormtrooper in a new feature celebrating the iconic character, ahead of Rise of Skywalker's release next month.

The brand new feature gives fans a glimpse of a recent Lucasfilm exhibit, walking them through the various ways Ralph McQuarrie's original Stormtrooper concept design has changed throughout the series.

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The name “Sith Trooper ” appeared previously in the Star Wars lexicon, though it was in reference to a differently designed breed of characters. The Sith Troopers of The Rise of Skywalker , however, look more just like Stormtroopers adopting the color palette of Emperor Snoke’s red Elite Praetorian

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Revealing that the idea behind the initial Stormtrooper was "to create an image that was frightening", the film explains the differences between Rogue One's "elite of the elite" Death Trooper, The Force Awakens' First Order Stormtrooper, and even Captain Phasma.

John Boyega that is standing in the sand: John Boyega's Finn in Star Wars The Force Awakens © Lucasfilm John Boyega's Finn in Star Wars The Force Awakens

Fans can also take a look at the next generation of Troopers – Rise of Skywalker's Sith Troopers, which director JJ Abrams teased were "completely different" to anything we've seen before, with new materials, colours, and design.

Brush up on your Trooper trivia below.

And if that wasn't enough, earlier this week a new teaser for the upcoming Episode IX revealed that not only are there red Troopers now, but there are also Stormtroopers with jetpacks.

"They fly now?!" John Boyega's Finn and C-3PO question in the latest clip, with Oscar Isaac's Poe confirming: "They fly now."

Of course they do.


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