What Is Guillermo del Toro’s Awesome Idea For A ‘Star Wars’ Movie?

By Mardielyn | 1 year ago
What Is Guillermo del Toro’s Awesome Idea For A ‘Star Wars’ Movie?

It’s known to everybody that when a movie or story focus on digging up a character’s background, the chances of failure and disappointment is greater and the victims of it are the “Star Wars” fans, but there are some characters who are too irresistible to ignore like Jabba The Hutt, so, why not ask Guillermo del Toro himself? Read for more details.

During the weekend’s festivities at San Diego Comic Con, Yahoo was able to a chit-chat with del Toro himself. During the interview, the man himself pitched an anthology story that fleshed out the story of Jabba The Hutt’s rise throughout the criminal underworld of the “Star Wars” franchise.


According to Cinema Blend, while the director went out of his way to label some unofficial pitch, maybe whatever del Toro will say would make a great clue for the fans.

The 50-year-old director said to Yahoo that he would do the sort of “Godfather” saga that Jabba The Hutt had to go through to gain control. He also stated that he love the idea of a Hutt type of mafia, a very complex coup. “One, because it’s the character that looks the most like me, and I like him…I just love the character,” he added.

However, though it sounds so cool, still, fans should lie low and don’t let your hopes up because del Toro quickly added that this is just him thinking aloud. “”This is not real, this is me as a fat geek just geeking out and talking about it…So, this is just an interesting idea, and not actually a possibility,” he said.

On the other hand, we all know that del Toro has plenty of experience in making successful comic movies [comics into successful movies] just like “Hellboy,” so many fans are still hoping for the tattooed-based gangster, Jabba The Hutt to get a back story.

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