The Star Wars sequel trilogy’s big villain was once Darth Maul


Before JJ Abrams made 2015’s Star Wars: The Force Awakens, George Lucas had his own plans for a Star Wars sequel trilogy that never came to fruition. Instead, he sold his company Lucasfilm to Disney.  

Now, we’ve learned a little more about what Lucas had in mind, thanks to a snippet of an interview from the new Star Wars Archives book released earlier this week, as pointed out by r/StarWarsLeaks. “Darth Maul trained a girl, Darth Talon, who was in the comic books, as his apprentice,” the passage says. “She was the new Darth Vader, and most of the action was with her. So these were the two main villains of the trilogy. Maul eventually becomes the godfather of crime in the universe because, as the Empire falls, he takes over.”




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