Artwork From Colin Trevorrow’s Star Wars: Duel Of The Fates Now Online

We know the script for Colin Trevorrow’s long aborted version of Star Wars: Episode 9 has leaked online. Though, so far, it seems those with the actual script are keeping to themselves as I cannot find a full script anywhere currently. Today, though, what we do have is a link to several pieces of concept art from Trevorrow’s version.

The likes of Rey using her double lightsaber, Captain Phasma executing a Rebel, Hux committing seppuku, Luke training Rey as a Force Ghost are all here. We also have a conceptual design of what Tor Valum would have looked like, the supposed Sith Master who trained Palpatine originally. Alas, as we do not own these images we cannot share them on here, but if you check this Reddit link, there is an Imgur album full of the concept art on there for you to take a gander at.

From what I can gather the general fan base seems to be liking what they are hearing about Trevorrow’s version and the concept art that goes along with it. However, it is very easy to praise the script that never happened when fans were unhappy with the official version we did get. Personally, I see a lot of similar issues within Trevorrow’s version as I do with Abrams’ version.

Though, for my money, Trevorrow’s version wasn’t idiotic enough to try and bring back Palpatine, after he was disintegrated at the end of Return of the Jedi. It, therefore, gets some extra points from personally, though perhaps it has its own set of issues.

Without reading the full script for myself, I do feel like Trevorrow’s version was a better follow on from The Last Jedi. However, I don’t think it acted as a conclusion to the nine-part saga almost at all. The question remains for me, should Disney have tried to make Episodes 7-9 or simply called this Star Wars: Legacy: Episode 1-3 or something like that? One of the major issues with what we got in The Rise of Skywalker was, in my opinion, to scramble to make it feel like the end of a nine-part story. For me, it didn’t, and the movie and the trilogy as a whole would have been better to not have to try and do this in the first place. I do look forward to reading the full script eventually.

Right now, without the dialogue, I kinda feel like a can’t get a proper idea of how this would have worked in practice. I dare say it will be out there soon enough.

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