Samuel L. Jackson played the serious role of Miss Windo in the Star Wars prequels, and while we all assumed the character was dead in 2005’s Revenge of the Sith, Jackson doesn’t think so. He said empire Not only does he believe that Windu is still alive, he also wants him to have his own TV show.
“He’s not dead!!!” Jackson said of Windo’s fate. And asked Jackson about what she’d like to see Miss Window do in a TV series for Disney Plus: “Yes, everything!!”
In a pivotal sequence in Revenge of the Sith, Windu tells Palpatine, “The tyranny of the Sith will never return. You have lost.” Windo and Palpatine then fight before Anakin tells Windo to save Palpatine’s life. Windo decides to kill Palpatine instead, but Anakin cuts off Vidou’s right hand and sends him flying into the streets below with a lightsaber.
Palpatine then uses his lightning powers to hurl Window to her death. Except we never see him die. In Hollywood, and especially in Star Wars movies, anything is possible.
Jackson returned to voice Windo in The Rise of Skywalker as one of the Jedi who talks to Rey (Daisy Ridley). It seems that the performance of his TV show is far from expected, but so what Is Andor has been confirmed to return for a second season. Additionally, Lucasfilm is developing more Star Wars TV shows, including The Acolyte and Skeleton Crew.
In other Star Wars news, Episode 1: The Phantom Menace returns to theaters in May for Star Wars Day and the film’s 25th anniversary.