The lore might have expanded to a stage that not even George Lucas might have imagined when he first began piecing collectively the mythology effectively over 40 years in the past, however on the very coronary heart of the matter, Star Wars has at all times been a easy story of excellent versus evil. It could have turn into over-complicated by Midichlorians and the waters muddied by retcons and widespread disagreements over what constitutes official canon, nevertheless it at all times boils all the way down to the heroes defeating the villains and saving the day.
That’s what a galaxy far, distant has at all times revolved round, however insider Daniel Richtman claims that Lucasfilm may very well be set to strive one thing fully totally different shifting ahead. Based on the tipster, the studio need to discover the Darkish Aspect in larger depth, and to try this they’ll place some nefarious characters on the forefront of a number of upcoming films and TV reveals.
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That is on no account a affirmation that Star Wars is totally pivoting from the method that’s served it so effectively for 4 many years although, however shades of gray have by no means actually been a giant a part of the mythology earlier than. The Mandalorian particularly symbolizes how easy the tales have at all times been, and Boba Fett might have been launched as a villain, however his cult standing rapidly noticed him tackle a lifetime of his personal.
These rumored villain-centric initiatives presumably haven’t been introduced but, as a result of not one of the main Disney Investor Day reveals regarding Star Wars hinted at unhealthy guys being positioned on the forefront. Darth Vader is again in Obi-Wan Kenobi however he’s clearly not the lead, The Acolyte will incorporate the Darkish Aspect nevertheless it gained’t be the driving power of the narrative, and the remainder of the Disney Plus reveals all have characters firmly established as heroes in essentially the most outstanding roles, so we’ll simply have to attend and see what the long run holds.