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Entertainment Star Wars' Snoke was originally meant to be female

16:13  26 july  2020
16:13  26 july  2020 Source:   digitalspy.com

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When Star Wars first came roaring back to the forefront of popular culture with The Force Awakens, it looked like Disney and Lucasfilm were trying to hit that sweet spot between nostalgia and callbacks to the Original Trilogy while still telling a standalone story with an all-new set of characters

One of the elements from Star Wars : The Force Awakens that fueled speculation and arguments for years, and still continues to do so, was the mysterious Supreme Leader Snoke . "I think initially when they spoke about her, she was female ," Manzella said on the Force Material podcast.

a close up of a cat looking at the camera: Star Wars villain Snoke was originally meant to be female, according to designer. © Disney Star Wars villain Snoke was originally meant to be female, according to designer.

Star Wars' Supreme Leader Snoke was one of the sequel trilogy's more obvious attempts to copy the originals (until The Last Jedi killed him off, of course), to the point where it was revealed he was an Emperor Palpatine clone.

What is interesting is that the filmmakers initially had the idea of Snoke being female, at least briefly, which would have made for an intriguing twist on the relationship with Kylo Ren. As opposed to the berating father figure, what would an evil mother figure have been like?

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Star Wars Sequel Trilogy creature designed Ivan Manzella reveals that Supreme Leader Snoke was originally going to be female . When Star Wars first came roaring back to the forefront of popular culture with The Force Awakens, it looked like Disney and Lucasfilm were trying to hit that sweet spot

While the future of Star Wars on the big screen is clouded in more uncertainty than it’s been for a long time, with Disney recently delaying three new movies set in a galaxy far, far away despite none of them even being officially Star Wars Designer Reveals Snoke Was Originally Going To Be Female .

Alas, it wasn't to be, as explained by Ivan Manzella, one of the film's designers.

a close up of a person with a beard looking at the camera: Supreme Leader Snoke, Star Wars The Last Jedi © Disney Supreme Leader Snoke, Star Wars The Last Jedi

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"I think initially when they spoke about her, she was female," he told the Force Material podcast. "Because the first image I did I based on a female, but then that just very quickly went away.

"So either it was just in passing or something. But I think I just did one image and that was it, and no one else did anymore. I don't know if anyone did really, then from then on it just became the male."

Maybe we will finally get a big female villain in a Star Wars movie one day, but for now we'll just have to imagine.

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