Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Andy Serkis says that Snoke is not a Sith!
The actor, who returns to interpret Snoke in Star Wars: The Last Jedi finally closed to the idea that the leader of the First Order can be a Sith
The appearance on the scene of the Star Wars saga with the character of Snoke, the supreme leader of the First Order, has allowed the trilogy to the sequel of the saga of “benefit from the presence of a new lord of the Dark Side, after the departure of the evil galactic emperor Darth Sidious/Palpatine in Episode VI.
The theories on identity, the origins and the true nature of Snoke you are wasted, with many fans convinced (and hopeful) that the character was actually a Sith, and specifically the famous Darth Plagueis, the master of Palpatine.
But, in the course of a recent interview with Andy Serkis, the actor who plays Snoke, seems to have conclusively ruled out that the leader of the First Order can be a Sith:
Snoke is pretty damn obscure; much more of Palpatine. It is hideously deformed from this osteoporosis, then his body is twisted, a physical incredibly deteriorated, then there is a strange vulnerability in him.
Under this vulnerability is evident, however, hatching an intense hatred.
It is definitely not a Sith, but it is certainly similar to the darkest side of the Force.
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Rian Johnson wrote and directed the new film in the Star Wars saga that sees Ram Bergman and Kathleen Kennedy as producer, while J. J. Abrams, Jason McGatlin, and Tom Karnowski have the role of executive producers.
In Star Wars: The Last Jedi, which continues the saga of the Skywalker with the heroes of The Awakening of the Force who join a legend of the galaxy in an epic adventure that reveals the mysteries of the centuries-old Strength and shocking events of the past.
In the cast will once again Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher, Daisy Ridley, Adam Driver, John Boyega, Oscar Isaac, Lupita nyong'o, Domhnall Gleeson, Anthony Daniels, Gwendoline Christie, and Kelly Marie Tran.
The release in cinemas of Episode VIII is expected to 13 December 2017.
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