Samuel L. Jackson has regularly revealed that he was always more than happy to resume his role in Mace Windu for a new film in Star Wars, with Captain Marvel co-star Brie Larson confirming that He had even brought the lightsaber to his side. Captain Marvel.
When you discuss the Star Wars saga with Weekly entertainmentLarson confessed, "I have to hold his lightsaber! He brought it to me on the set on May 4 and I cried, it was so cool, I want to be a Jedi."
In recent years, May 4 has become an impromptu "party" for fans, just to be able to say to other fans of Star Wars: "The fourth will be with you." The popularity of "Star Wars Day" has seen Lucasfilm's official channels organize various events every year on this date, helping to make this day the perfect day to celebrate all the exciting activities surrounding the galaxy.
Jackson himself recalled the experience of joining the Star Wars saga with Star Wars: The Phantom Menace in 1999 and how that affected his life.
"Becoming that kind of character in this kind of movie, it just changes the game in another way," Jackson confessed, discussing Larson's decision to switch to a huge franchise. "Because I had all this interesting popularity or something else, but when I entered the Star Wars universe, it changed exponentially, you become like a god in a crazy way. [became more famous] because I was a Jedi, so no matter where I went, the Jedi Council from anywhere where I docked. "
He added, "[You hear] sing in front of your bedroom window at night. It's like, "You're adults, go!"
With Lucasfilm exploring the franchise in many ways, the audience could not help but wonder if we could ever have a movie or TV show that explores Mace Windu's debut. If that happened, Jackson would admit that he was ready to play the character again, thanks to the special effects of aging reduction designed for young Nick Fury's role in Captain Marvel.
"Well, we have Lola [VFX], they have Lola, it's up to them, let's see what happens. "Jackson told ComicBook.com about the age reduction process for the story of his Jedi, I still have my purple lightsaber, I'm ready."
Captain Marvel disembarks on March 8th.
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