Guillermo del Toro Gabba the Hut?
Yes, that could have happened.
The director confirmed During a question and answer Presented by Collider That he was at one time working on a star Wars A film centered around a notorious crime lord who lived on the planet Tatooine (where Luke Skywalker, and his father before him, grew up). Del Toro was working on the project with screenwriter David S. Goyer, who was the first to do so Excited News last month on Happy, sad, confused Podcast.
“There was a lot behind [the scenes] “Things that were going on at Lucasfilm at the time,” Goyer said on the podcast. “But it’s a great script.”
In response del Toro chirp At the time: “Right. I can’t say much. Maybe a ‘J’ and a ‘BB’. Is that three letters?”
Now, del Toro has confirmed that the project is, in fact, about Jabba.
“We’ve witnessed the rise and fall of Jabba the Hutt, so I was very happy,” he said recently. Collider It happened. “We were doing a lot of things, and then it’s not mine, it’s not my money, and then one of those 30 scenarios went away. Sometimes I’m bitter, sometimes I’m not. I always turn to my team and say, ‘Good practice, guys.’ Good practice. We designed ‘Great world. We designed great things. We learned.'”
But, unfortunately, it was not meant to be so. Lucasfilm did not move forward with the project. But del Toro has no hard feelings.
“You can never be ungrateful for life,” he said. “Whatever life sends you, there’s something to learn from it. So, you know, I trust the universe, I trust it. When something doesn’t happen, I say, ‘Why?’ I try to have a dialogue with myself. Why didn’t it happen? And the more I swim As the universe goes with the flow, you become less aware of where you are going.
While it’s unclear exactly how long del Toro and Goyer have been working on the project, they never got the chance to direct the film. star Wars The film clearly didn’t hinder del Toro’s career: it won three Oscars, two of which were Water shape (Best Picture and Best Director) and one for Pinocchio Guillermo del Toro (Best Animated Feature). For his part, Goyer has been involved in several superhero films, including… The Dark Knight And The Dark Knight Rises, Man of Steel, and Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice along with Terminator: Dark Fate.
Meanwhile, Jabba appeared in several films star Wars Movies and on TV. It was first introduced in 1983 Star Wars: Episode VI – Return of the Jedi. It was also later added to Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope When the film was re-released for its 20th anniversary in 1997, it was released via a previously unfinished scene. The character appeared again in 1999 Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace.
Jabba is also an essential part of the animated film’s story Star Wars: The Clone Wars He appears in several episodes of the television series that followed.
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