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Guillermo Del Toro Reveals That The Star Wars Movie That Was Canceled Was About Jabba The Hutt | Entertainment | The USA Print – Global News, Entertainment, Tech, Celebrity Health And Wellness, Global Market – Breaking US News Today

A few years ago, the Mexican Guillermo del Toro was about to film a movie from the Star Wars universe, which would be focused on the character of Jabba the HuttHowever, this was cancelled.

This was what the filmmaker confessed to the Collider portal in a recent interview, where he revealed that sets and other elements of the film were even designed, which in the end was discarded by the Lucasfilm studio.

“We had (in the story) the rise and fall of Jabba the Hutt, so I was super happy. We were doing a lot of things, and then it’s not my property, it’s not my money, and then it’s one of those 30 scripts that disappears,” said the director of ‘The Labyrinth Of The Faun’.

Sometimes I feel bitter (due to cancellation), sometimes not. But I always turn to my team and say, ‘Good job, guys.’ We design a great world. We design cool things. We learned.’”

After the cancellation, instead of becoming depressed, the Mexican dedicated his energies to the creation of ‘The Shape of Water’, which eventually was a box office success and gave him several Oscars.

“You can never be ungrateful with life. Whatever life sends you, there is something to learn from it. So, you know, I trust the universe, I do.

“When something doesn’t happen, I say, ‘Why?’ I try to dialogue with myself. ‘Why didn’t it happen?’ And the more you swim against the current with the universe, the less you will realize where you are going.”

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