What is being described as a leaked trailer for the Knights of Ren movie or TV series has sparked debate among Star Wars fans and whether it is real.
What appears to be a trailer for star Wars A movie or TV series about Knights of Ren has come out, and fans are having a hard time deciding whether or not it’s legitimate.
The shots are very good Lord of the rings/ Nahzgul-esque A member of the Knights of Ren jumps out of a TIE fighter and cuts off the X-Wing. Alleged project title revealed Knights of Rin: A Star Wars Story, but while the subtitle is the same used for the play star Wars In anthology movies, the Disney+ logo may indicate that it’s a streaming series if at all. Regardless, some fans can’t tell if it’s real or fake.
The Knights of Ren first appeared in The force wakes up by projections and visions before appearing properly in Heavenly Rise. The group consists of elite, masked, force-sensitive warriors, with Kylo Ren serving as their leader. However, while raising the concept of Rin Knights in The force wakes up, their role in it Heavenly Rise, which saw the reformed Ben Solo easily disposed of after serving as a faceless, faceless henchman, left a bad taste in fans’ mouths.
Despite their lack of time, more light has been shed on the Knights of Rin in Marvel’s star Wars Cartoons – in particular The rise of Kylo Ren, which introduced the former leader of the group, Rin. The group also currently plays a role in crimson reign Crossover written by Charles Sully with art by Steve Cummings.
“To be clear – Ren and the Knights of Ren are not part of Crimson Dawn. They work with Qi’ra and her people to achieve a common goal. Ren is not so much a carpenter,” Soule recently told CBR. “It feels great to expand what we know about him and the Musketeers, especially with his recent appearance on TV as part of scary tales A special Disney+ holiday – like Lego, no less! Will Sliney put so much into it when we built it, and seeing it make its way into larger storytelling is incredibly fun.”
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