At 900 years old, Yoda probably has enough backstory for a whole movie – but what of other Star Wars characters?
As with most Star Wars news of the past six or seven months, reports that a standalone Yoda film is in the works has probably left you feeling somewhere between "tentatively excited" and "slightly anxious". Giving entire movies to Star Wars characters is a bold gamble, and one that could end in disaster just as easily as glory.
But at least Yoda is 900 years old, and the nearest thing to a safe bet that Star Wars has. There are thousands of stories that could be told about his life, from an origins story where we watch him grow up on his home planet to an expanded take on the Clone Wars, as blueprinted in the Tartakovsky series. Then again, we could see him on the brink of death, looking back at »
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