‘Star Wars’ fans argue over whether or not Rey is as loved as Anakin and Luke Skywalker

Many Star Wars shattered critics Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker in December 2019 when it was released. So, fans are wondering if Rey (Daisy Ridley) will become famous as Anakin (Jake Lloyd / Hayden Christensen) and Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill) are in the Star Wars fandom

'Star Wars' Daisy Ridley as King
‘Star Wars’ Daisy Ridley as King | Gareth Cattermole / Getty Images for Disney

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‘Star Wars’ fans agree that the sequel trilogy is more beloved now than when it came out.

When Anakin Skywalker joined the Star Wars In the saga, diehard fans and critics didn’t like him or the movies. However, over the years, the children who grew up watching the prequels became adults who fondly remember the movie.

“I was a teenager when the prequels came out and I loved them (I still do), back then, I was a minority,” wrote one Reddit user. “It was VERY difficult to find someone who liked them. Basically, you couldn’t even say you liked them because people would jump down your throat. “

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Many fans comment that Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace He was so hated by the hype that he came with it. Star Wars: Return of the Jedi It came out in 1983, there was a 16 year gap until the prequels started.

For fans who loved the original trilogy, the movie disappointed them; However, the children fell in love with Anakin.

Many ‘Star Wars’ fans believe Rey will be loved more as time goes on

“Give it time and yes,” wrote a fan on Twitter. “This is because Star Wars It’s for kids. When you watch these movies as a kid, it’s really something special. That’s the same reason Anakin is loved today, but was hated when the prequels came out. Those kids who went and saw the prequels are now adults. “

Many fans feel that Rey will become more famous over time. Children will grow up and watch the movie with their children.

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“Star Wars it’s generational, and a new generation grew up with Rey as their hero, ”added another fan. “There is always resistance to change, but over time, those who were inspired by it will win platforms and express that love (many have already done so).”

Other fans add that she is already a legend in today’s children’s eyes.

Some fans of ‘Star Wars’ still disagree that Rey is on the same level as Anakin and Luke

“A lot of people in the comments here seem to forget the reason why people flocked to the prequels,” wrote one fan. “It is not blind flattery, it is because people finally saw through the poor quality dialogue and realized the nuances, symbolism, and incredible creativity that the movies had to offer.”

As with everything Star WarsThere will always be a reason for fans to disagree.