Andy Serkis didn’t seem too impressed with the abrupt end of Snoke in Star Wars: The Last Jedi. Many fans were expecting back story, explanation and expansion of what could have been a wonderful character but nope. We were robbed in what was once again a rather opinion dividing Star Wars installment.
Whilst Andy didn’t really say one way or another his opinion in his interview with USA Today he mentioned that his brother would have been heartbroken at Snoke’s fate.
“I was taken to my trailer on the lot at Pinewood Studios, where I was to read the script for the first time on a tablet. We were never handed printed scripts, and had to hand back the tablet as soon as we were done. I was swiping through the story, and landed on this epic scene, where Snoke is goading Kylo Ren to kill Rey, to fulfill his destiny. It was riveting, the tension building with each line. I just couldn’t work out where it was heading.
“And then as I swiped up … there it was. The end … not for Rey, not for Kylo Ren, but for the Supreme Leader … just gone. I walked out of the trailer in a state of semi-shock, feeling the weight of knowing I would have to mask a great secret for a very, very long time and that my brother, a massive Star Wars fan, was going to be heartbroken.”