The concept art of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker has left us on more than one occasion with some very interesting designs. Among them, the new image of the Dark King stands out, the version of the young Jedi seduced by the dark side of the Force. Specifically, the one recently shown by artist Adam Brockbank presents very interesting details.
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The idea of Rey (Daisy Ridley) becoming Kylo Ren was on the table, according to the official Brockbank Instagram account. He worked alongside J. J. Abrams in his previous movie in the Star Wars saga, although so far we have not seen this excellent work.
In the image, we see a King with yellow eyes, in true Smith style, while removing Kylo Ren's helmet. A pretty interesting parallel that we saw between Luke Skywalker and Darth Vader in the original Star Wars trilogy.
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The final version of the Dark King briefly appeared in a vision of the young Jedi during Star Wars: Skywalker's Rise. The film sparked negative criticism from many fans of the franchise, something to which Daisy Ridley has recently responded.
"January did not go well. It was quite rare, I felt that all this love that had been shown to us at first, I thought, Where has the love gone?" Said the actress about the public's support for this latest installment. "I think it is a very complicated thing when you are part of something made up of so much love and people don't like it." "So it was difficult, but at the same time you have that feeling of being very proud of it, and I'm also excited to have been a part of it."
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