David Levy: senior art director and concept artist, who worked on Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker has been releasing the Concept Art he did for the film on Twitter.
Rey with double-bladed sabre (a hybrid of her staff + Skywalker sabre) on a Star Destroyer
Bisc Kova (Resistance Traitor) is executed with a light blade guillotine on Coruscant
Rey and Luke train on Koralev
The crew flies to Bonadan, where Poe lived with his grandfather
Poe and Rey pilot a Razer Sail through Bonadan waters, chased by the Knights of Ren in the Knife-9
Kylo fights Vader during cave sequence
First Order-occupied Coruscant
Rose, Finn, 3PO, and R2 attempt to activate the beacon on Coruscant to broadcast Leia’s hologram to the galaxy
R2 and 3PO roam the streets of Coruscant
Finn rallies citizens of the Coruscant underground to fight back
Rey faces a monster outside the forest of Mortis
Underground Coruscant (?) – Citizens paint and prepare old walkers
Defected stormtroopers and Coruscant citizens cheer around old painted First Order walkers
Stormtroopers prepare for battle against Coruscant citizens
“In the Battle of Coruscant, R2 is destroyed. R2’s head is scorched. Emotion like we’ve never seen before from 3P0. Finn is speechless. He is crushed by it all. Chewie takes R2’s scorched shell onto his back.” EDIT…Colin Trevorrow “I’d never kill R2…he just took a bad hit. Happens to all of us.”
Rey and Kylo fight at the peak of the temple on Mortis (Kylo’s new mask is visible)
Luke blocks Kylo’s lightsaber
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“Once it becomes clear the First Order is losing the battle of Coruscant, [Hux] pulls out a purple lightsaber and commits seppuku.”
Leia and BB-8 (Possibly Leia recording the hologram)
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More ‘Concept Art’ from Colin Trevorrow’s Star Wars: Duel of the Fates has leaked online, again posted by Nantoone on Reddit, his first set was confirmed by Trevorrow to be the actual art from his unused script.
A disguised BB-8 infiltrates the First Order shipyard on a Kuat moon
The orbital ring that delivers ore to the Kuat shipyard
Stormtroopers walk among a migrant worker village on Kuat
Rey, Finn, and Poe fight their way to the Eclipse Star Destroyer
The crew detonates the orbital ring and steal an Eclipse Star Destroyer from the Kuat docking bay
[2ND DRAFT] On Moraband, Wommels treat a near-death Kylo
Leia at the Resistance base on Korilev
Kylo gets a new mask
[2ND DRAFT] With the Knights of Ren hot on their tail, Poe pushes the Falcon into lightspeed and crashes it into the ice planet of Wavett
[2ND DRAFT] The crew, stranded on Wavett, sit around a campfire
The docking array on Bonadan
Razer Sails docked on Bonadan
“Chewie grabs this Knight of Ren, throws him into the air, and shoots him out of the sky like a clay pigeon”
Kylo approaches the Sith temple on Remnicore
Kylo and his droid navigate Remnicore
Kylo sucks the life force from a tree
New Resistance ship
Finn is captured and imprisoned in a work camp on Coruscant (Early draft)
TIE fighters chase the Falcon through the Coruscant citadel
BB-8 flees from oncoming fire
Stormtroopers fight against Coruscant citizens
Kylo inside a cave on Remnicore, as Tor Valum describes it, a “vergence in the force”
Rey gazes at the temple of Mortis
Rey and Kylo face off at the peak of the temple of Mortis
“Rey lays on the stone slab still injured. “Light fills up space around her. Particles of energy floating up. She rises with energy. The light engulfs the frame until we reach a place beyond what we know. The Astral Plane. Yoda, Luke, and Obi-Wan appear before her. Rey: “Is this death?” Obi-Wan: “In this place, there is no such thing as death.” Yoda reveals Rey succeeded where they failed. Luke: “You choose to embrace the dark side and the light. To find the balance within.” They offer Rey a choice to stay in the comfort of the Astral Plane or to return to the living where she will experience both love/loss. The spirits fade. Obi-Wan: “You are a Jedi, Rey Solana, but you will not be the last.”
“Finn reads a story to the young kids and they ask if they really think Rey is gone. Finn believes she’s alive because of the force. Poe and Chewie are flying and they find a beacon on a planet. Rey is alive, on the Wavett planet, pulling the Falcon out of the icy water.”
On Modesta, BB-8 sees a familiar face
Rey arrives to train a new generation of Jedi [Final Shot]
Behind the Scenes, images have landed online from Star Wars: The Mandalorian…check them out below and info from SlashFilm.
The Mandalorian is a product of an amazing combination of practical and digital technology, specifically, the “Stagecraft” technology that uses a rear-projected LED screen to create a reactive environment for the actors to work against. A series of behind-the-scenes photos released last week showed us how Stagecraft worked, but a new group of images give us an even deeper look at the process — as well as a particularly silly-looking IG-11 —on the set of The Mandalorian. See the new The Mandalorian behind the scenes photos below.
We were already in awe of how the “Stagecraft” technology essentially revolutionized the green screen, creating an immersive backdrop for actors after seeing the first behind-the-scenes photos last week, but this time, we get to see some of the smaller inner workings of The Mandalorian set. Specifically, the inner workings of IG-11, the fan-favourite assassin droid voiced by Taika Waititi which can be seen in its digitally unaltered glory in the first photo. A stoic and ruthless droid that is reprogrammed to become part of Team Mando, IG-11 provided his fair share of comedic moments. But looking at him behind the scenes, with a stand-in dressed in a grey mo-cap suit with a model of IG-11’s head perched on top of his head, makes the droid’s presence is even funnier.
The second photo shows a different angle of last week’s image we saw of Kuiil riding a blurrg with Baby Yoda in hand, trying to make it back to The Mandalorian’s ship the Razor Crest with Imperial Scout Troopers are in pursuit. The third shows executive producer Jon Favreau hard at work with his crew, bringing the acclaimed Disney+ series to life.
Leaked ‘Behind the Scenes’ images have landed online from Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, they look to have come from a PDF presentation by production designers Rick Carter and Kevin Jenkins…check them out below.