Since the Irish part of Star Wars Episode VIII filming, we have been missing big news regarding the sequels, but in the news today is potentially quite an exciting development. As reported by Time.com, Samuel L. Jackson was quoted as saying his character Mace Windu wasn’t killed in Star Wars Episode III Revenge of the Sith. As you may recall, Mace Windu was force thrown from the Senate building by Emperor Palpatine after Anakin Skywalker cut his arm off trying to protect the Emperor.
Jackson went on to say he told George Lucas he thought his character was still alive to which George replied: “I’m OK with that. You can be alive.” – which doesn’t mean much, but there is plenty of talk Samuel L. Jackson has taken quite a liking to being a part of Star Wars saga, and let’s not forget, he managed to get Lucasfilm to allow him to have a purple light sabre in the movie.
Apparently, the light sabre prop he used (and still keeps in his house) has letters BMF inscribed on it, and if you need clarification on what that stands for, maybe you’re not the movie buff you think you are.