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Mace Windu series on the horizon as Samuel L Jackson confirms character isn't dead

Sam Cawley

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Mace Windu series on the horizon as Samuel L Jackson confirms character isn't dead

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Samuel L. Jackson is pitching a new Star Wars show about Mace Windu, and says the character “isn’t dead.”

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Star Wars fans have a lot to be excited about over the next few years, there’s rumour of Obi-Wan Kenobi Season 2, confirmation of a second season of Ahsoka, and the exciting news that The Mandalorian and Grogu will have their big-screen debut in 2026.

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Now Samuel L. Jackson, who played Jedi Master Mace Windu throughout the prequel trilogy, wants a show of his own to explain what happened to the character after the events of Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith.

Mace Windu quickly became a fan favourite following his initial appearance, even more so during the finale of Star Wars: Attack Of The Clones when he pulled out a purple lightsaber, the first one in the series’ history that wasn’t blue, green or red, which was something Jackson was very keen on since purple is his favourite colour.

When we last saw the character his hand was chopped off by a corrupted Anakin Skywalker, before being catapulted out of a window by Sidious' gross, wrinkly lightning fingers. For years fans have debated whether Windu could have survived the encounter, after all this is Star Wars we’re talking about and people have survived much worse. If Palpatine could survive the Death Star blowing up around him I’d say anything is possible.

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Samuel L. Jackson certainly thinks so. In fact, in an interview with Empire Jackson openly confessed “HE’S NOT DEAD!!!” when asked about the fate of his character, and when asked if he’d be down for a live-action Disney+ series his response was “EVERYTHING YES!!”

Well you heard the man Disney, bring Mace Windu back for a miniseries and give the man the story continuation he deserves. If a Jedi on par with Yoda can’t get a series, what's the point.

Sam Cawley
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