Keira Knightley has expressed some confusion over which character she performed in Star Wars: The Phantom Menace.
Released in 1999, the house blockbuster launched George Lucas’ epic universe to a complete new era of followers, with Knightley portraying Sabé – the double of Natalie Portman’s Padmé Amidala.
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In an interview with ComingSoon.web, the Oscar-nominated actress was instructed: “Your character survived, whereas Padmé did not,” earlier than she replied: “Wait a minute. Who did I play? Was I not Padmé?”
Newly educated about her position, Keira mirrored: “Do you know, I saw the film once. I think I was 12 when I did it and it came out and I saw it the year after. And I’ve never seen it again. So, I played Sabé and she didn’t die? Okay!”
Elsewhere inside their dialog, she additionally went on to verify that no talks had taken place with regard to reprising Sabé in a future undertaking.
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Meanwhile, whereas discussing her expertise in a galaxy far, far-off again in March, Keira confessed that she spent one specific day on the Star Wars set catching some z’s.
“I was just sitting in a chair, and I was in the background, but I couldn’t keep my eyes open,” she defined. “I really remember that. But apart from that, I don’t remember anything else about it.”
Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker and the whole Skywalker Saga can be found on DVD, Blu-ray and 4K now, in addition to on Disney+, whereas Rise of Skywalker can also be on Sky Cinema Premiere and NOW TV.
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