Domhnall Gleeson and Adam Driver Roles Revealed
At the point when Disney obtained Lucas film in 2012 and reported they would start chip away at Star Wars: Episode VII, they weren’t simply bringing back the adventure and building off the dearest unique set of three that deduced in the mid ’80s, they were bringing back its stars as well.
We all think about the huge three returning saints, Han Solo, Princess Leia and Luke Skywalker – who all showed up amid the Star Wars 7 board presentation at San Diego Comic-Con minutes back. What’s more, we know of the new saints also, formally uncovered at Star Wars Celebration recently, yet regarding the matter of the scalawags, its been somewhat more secretive in light of the fact is exactly how chief J.J. Abrams works.
Be that as it may, no more will the mystery be kept! Astonishing truly nobody, yet putting grins on the characteristics of 6100 participants sitting in Hall H of the San Diego Convention Center – a large number of whom lined up yesterday to get in – Adam Driver was affirmed (formally lastly) to be playing The Force Awakens rival Kylo Ren. We know him as the dark shrouded figure wielding the one of a kind, old-fashioned crossguard red light saber as seen earlier in the year from popular movie news site, CINECHEW.
We definitely know Gwendoline Christie is playing the tough ass gangsta world-class Stormtrooper, Captain Phasma (who has her own particular Twitter hashtag starting today), who could possibly be chasing new legends Rey (Daisy Ridley) and Finn (John Boyega.)
— Gwendoline Christie (@lovegwendoline) July 11, 2015
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The greatest uncover however was that of Domhnall Gleeson who’s playing General Hux, a character Gleeson jokes is truly insidious. Obviously, past gossipy tidbits made them play youthful Luke in flashbacks, the child of Luke, a character playing both sides, and so on., so this is our first authority information on the character.
I’d say the most astonishing unveil however, was that of Domhnall Gleeson’s character, General Hux, a character he jokingly is truly insidious. Obviously, previous information made them play youthful Luke in flashbacks, the child of Luke, a character playing both sides, so this is our first official information on the new character.
— Kyle Buchanan (@kylebuchanan) July 11, 2015
After Gleeson said “”I am evil” boards mediator Chris Hardwick asked “Is he truly?” to which Gleeson reacted: “He’s British, so no doubt.” So, he could be playing demure, however the photograph above without a doubt uncovers an Imperial (now called The First Order) looking high-positioning authority. Likewise fascinating is in one thing Gleeson additionally uncovered, when touching on the First Order base uncovered in the second Star Wars: Episode 7 trailer (the most-watched trailer of the late spring, coincidentally). He says its known as the Starkiller Base, obviously alluding to the first last name of Luke Skywalker.
Reward goody for the bad-to-the-bone fans: Abrams said there’s no Darth Plagueis in the film.
Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens opens in theaters on December 18, 2015