Just a few months after the successful release of "Star Wars: The Last Jedi," rumors and speculations for the next sequel in the pipeline have already started to float online. One of the latest topics is the possible appearance of Supreme Leader Snoke, which the actor who played the character touched upon recently.
In an interview with SlashFilm on Wednesday, actor Andy Serkis shared his thoughts on the character he played and its possible role in "Star Wars: Episode IX". "Look, it's Star Wars, so you never know how life, or whether life can be come back to or not," said the 53-year-old English actor and film director. "Whether you can be resuscitated or brought back...what I'm saying is who knows?" he added.
It can be recalled that Snoke dramatically perished in "The Last Jedi," and a possible appearance in the "Episode IX" may be a bit tricky, according to an Inverse report. The producers may bring back Snoke on the upcoming film but only in a different capacity. One is that he could appear as a ghost, and another only during flashbacks, the Inverse report noted.
Meanwhile, another "Star Wars" film that is slated for May of this year will finally premiere its trailer this weekend. The trailer for "Solo: A Star Wars Story" will premiere on Monday during the "Good Morning America" show, Collider reported. Disney's announcement of the upcoming trailer somewhat quelled the worries of some of the fans who felt that the company was not as aggressive when it came to marketing the film, the report noted.
A report from BirthMoviesDeath, on the other hand, said that there is a possibility that a teaser of the trailer may come out during the Super Bowl this weekend. With no announcement from the producers pointing to a Super Bowl teaser, it may seem wise for fans to follow the annual sporting extravaganza for a possible surprise.
"Solo: A Star Wars Story" is slated to hit the cinemas on May 25.