r/StarWars Oct 01 '22

Should Jason Isaacs return to Star Wars as Yularen? General Discussion

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u/The_DevilAdvocate Oct 01 '22

He was so good as Zhukov in Death of Stalin that I'd just make a new grand admiral for him to play. Don't change a thing, just more of that.

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u/GosephJoebbels Oct 01 '22

I'm off to represent the entire Red Army at the buffet

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u/DarkDra9on555 Imperial Oct 01 '22

Alright boys, meet your dates for tonight

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u/lNeverZl Oct 01 '22

Shoot him. No that one I'm just fucking about.

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u/JudasesMoshua Oct 01 '22

Make him the head of the Pentastar Alignment. Can't remember the guys name rn, but he was a Grand Moff with his own SSD. Kinda looked like Jason Isaac's, too.

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u/magmakin3 Oct 01 '22

Ardus Kaine something like that

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u/regeya Oct 01 '22

I was disappointed with what they did to his character in Star Trek but that certainly wasn't his fault. If you try to rewatch his arc though, he telegraphs the twist the entire time.

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u/PM_Me_Frosted_Tits Oct 01 '22

True, plus he seemed a little too tolerant of the torture box, almost like he'd been in one before...

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u/cerebralshrike Oct 01 '22

The eye thing told me the entire time something was off about that guy.

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u/FlamingSpitoon433 Mandalorian Oct 01 '22

“Nobody make a move or I’ll shoot ya in the fuckin’ face!”

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u/xredbaron62x Chopper (C1-10P) Oct 01 '22

Man that was such a great movie

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u/MelancholicMeadow20 Oct 01 '22

Damn it. Now I have to watch the death of Stalin for the hundredth time.

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u/elmonoenano Oct 01 '22

I was so surprised at how good of a comedic actor he was. He totally stole the show. I'd love to see him do more comedic work.

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u/skilledwarman Oct 01 '22

I don't get why I always laugh so much at clips of this movie, but when I watched it in theaters it just didn't land for me at all

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u/Just_Plain_Bad Oct 01 '22

Since he’s a colonel in the ISB it’s possible that he appears in Andor at some point.

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u/SmoothOperator89 Oct 01 '22

Ep.4 spoiler.

I was kind of hoping he'd be at that briefing in ep. 4. I assume the guy actually running the meeting was a step down from Yularen's rank.

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u/ToedPlays Oct 01 '22 edited Oct 01 '22

Yeah, The two ranks shown in the ISB were Lieutenant (3 Blue) and Major (5 Blue). Since Yularen is a colonel, he should have 6 blue squares if he shows up.

though I just checked in rebels, and he has 3 blue, 3 red. Which would make him an army Colonel, not security. They've never been good at keeping the rank plates consistent

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u/ponalddierson Luke Skywalker Oct 01 '22

Looks like Rebels just modeled it after his rank plate in ANH

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u/Blue_Lego_Astronaut Oct 01 '22

He's got 3 blue and 3 red in ANH tho, it's quite clear in the picture.

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u/regeya Oct 01 '22

That actor plays a chief inspector on the show Endeavour. His character on Endeavor imho is somewhat corrupt at times but seems more competent than that ISB officer.

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u/roguefilmmaker Oct 01 '22

Same, disappointed we didn’t see him

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u/SlothDangles Oct 01 '22

ISB isn’t the Navy though, that wouldnt really make sense for him to be there.

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u/SupremeLeaderMatt Clone Trooper Oct 01 '22

Yularen isn’t part of the Navy during the time of the Empire, he’s a colonel in the ISB

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u/SlothDangles Oct 01 '22

Ah, there you have it. My mistake.

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u/SmoothOperator89 Oct 01 '22 edited Oct 01 '22

You just had me jump down a wookiepedia rabbit hole because he's also listed as a leader of the Naval Intelligence Agency but I guess he held both roles simultaneously since the NIA was "folded" into Military Intelligence when the former leader was found to be a traitor and Wulf stepped in as deputy director.

Edit: misread the article.

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u/Darthhedgeclipper Oct 01 '22

ISB and navy interact loads in canon. There's lots of crossover between various forces. Governors even command star destroyers, Moffs control regions politically and then command around various forces and have ships.

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u/Timefreezer475 Oct 01 '22 edited Oct 01 '22

1) Let's be real here, no one could do a perfect imitation of Yularen's voice.

2) Unfortunate that Yularen stayed with the Empire. Always loved the character.

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u/MC_chrome Padme Amidala Oct 01 '22

Tom Kane’s many different voices are still dearly missed in the Star Wars community. Hope the guy is doing well after the incident he went through!

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u/Timefreezer475 Oct 01 '22

His Yoda impression was really good. Has he done any other stuff besides Star Wars?

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u/MC_chrome Padme Amidala Oct 01 '22

Apparently Tom was the narrator for the Smurf films…and he was in a Scooby Do film too? Star Wars is definitely his most well know body of work though, I agree.

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u/SolidPrysm Oct 01 '22

He also voiced the Professor in Power Puff Girls, as well as some of the Ronin in Ghost of Tsushima

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u/VoganG1 The Client Oct 01 '22

He was also Takeo in COD Zombies!

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u/SemSevFor Oct 01 '22

Are....are you joking? He's been in TONS of things.

He has 270 acting credits

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u/Timefreezer475 Oct 01 '22

Credits are no good here

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u/SemSevFor Oct 01 '22

Lol, good one haha

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u/RFTS999 Oct 01 '22

Even if he could do a perfect impersonation, I don't think Tom Kane's voice would work well in live-action. It's too cartoony.

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u/Timefreezer475 Oct 01 '22

The voice already comes naturally from a real person. It would sound weird at first, but everyone will get used to it. Yularen isn't Yularen without that crisp voice.

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u/mdp300 IG-11 Oct 01 '22

Unfortunately Tom Kane had a pretty serious stroke a couple years ago and retired from acting.

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u/Timefreezer475 Oct 01 '22

So I heard. I believe his voice role in Lego Skywalker Saga was his final one.

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u/pek217 Oct 01 '22

I didn’t know about this, that’s so unfortunate. He’s iconic!

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u/LifeByTheSword Oct 01 '22

Yularen wanted peace and order, not Rebel Terrorism

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u/Darthtoph423 Oct 01 '22

There should really be a book or comic based on the guy or maybe even a collab of short stories that could focus on him and his past. I always found him super intriguing, especially when he was helping Anakin with Admiral Trench.

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u/Purvi3vedi Oct 02 '22

I just wish that Jason Isaacs played live-action Grand Inquisitor. It literally makes no sense why they would give the role to Rupert Friend instead.

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u/veryblocky Oct 01 '22

I still just see him as Georgy Zhukov

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u/Responsible-Pop2573 Oct 01 '22

Those chest medals.

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u/BigManScaramouche Oct 01 '22

Thrawn movie based on books would be amazing with him.

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u/Spinwheeling Oct 01 '22

Just get Lars Mikkelsen to reprise his role as Thrawn from Rebels

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u/RealJohnGillman Oct 01 '22

On the one hand, yes, that would be great.

On the other, the canon Thrawn is just as much of a physical threat (hand-to-hand) as he is a tactician, and it would be a shame if that were not to also be depicted in the live-action series. Body (stunt) doubles could be used to work around this, or if Mikkelsen were to merely provide the voice over a stunt actor, à la Maul.

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u/Actually_The_Frog Oct 01 '22

Lars would be fine I think, maybe stunt doubles for combat scenes but at 6'4" hes definitely intimidating enough imo

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u/bfhurricane Darth Sidious Oct 01 '22

Agreed - I cannot see Lars as a live action Thrawn. I get downvoted a lot for saying that, but Thrawn is a physical specimen. Lars right now is looking a little too old and frail. See him in The Witcher as Stregebor.

Jason Isaacs is literally the perfect casting.

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u/RealJohnGillman Oct 01 '22

And the irony is that before Rebels and the six new Thrawn novels, Thrawn did not have to be a physical threat as well to work as a character. That was a new aspect to him in the new canon, which was not only most welcome, but added to his character in a way it would be truly disappointing to not see followed up on in the future — that when it came down to it, he was not just a name — he had honour to his legend, and respect upon defeat — it reminded me quite a bit of Rango’s Rattlesnake Jake.

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u/SaltySAX Oct 01 '22

Yes I get downvoted for that view too, Lars is fine as Thrawn in Rebels, and is a solid screen actor. I just don't see him as a live Thrawn though, I don't get the sense of threat and danger from Lars. Shame his brother has already played a character in Star Wars, Mads would be perfect.

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u/bfhurricane Darth Sidious Oct 01 '22

That’s the problem with Mads Mikkelson playing a role in a cinematic universe. There’s always another role where he’d be a dream fit lmao.

MCU for example, he played Kaecilius but he’s a dream casting for Dr. Doom.

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u/sortofpresent Oct 01 '22

We get Henry Cavil with a Lars Mikkelsen voice over.

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u/pixi1997 Oct 01 '22

Honestly I think Matt Smith would actually make a really good Thrawn. Just has that airiness in his voice and certainly has a malleable enough face. I’d say he’s too young, but given his recent work, I’d say he can act a bit older than his own age.

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u/azmetalhead Oct 01 '22

House of Dragons is making me think this is a fantastic idea.

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u/victxrrrs Oct 01 '22

His high valoyrian voice has a similar sounds to Thrawn as well

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u/BearWrangler Qui-Gon Jinn Oct 01 '22

Meanwhile it makes me think the exact opposite

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u/captainperoxide Oct 01 '22

Whatever one might think of HotD, Matt Smith is a great actor.

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u/BearWrangler Qui-Gon Jinn Oct 01 '22

nothing to do w the show either, which I've been loving so far

I'm just not a huge fan of seeing the same face across multiple "large" IPs, there is a certain point where it starts to feel too distracting.

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u/ValidationRequired Oct 01 '22

Yeah but this time it will be blue

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u/rdkitchens Oct 01 '22

Doctor Who Matt Smith? I love this idea.

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u/Motheroftides Oct 01 '22

We get that, then we would have three of the Doctors in Star Wars, wouldn't we?

And I think I could see Smith as Thrawn.

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u/95Mb R2-D2 Oct 01 '22

We almost did in IX. He was approached to play young Palpatine in flashbacks, but the idea fell through.

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u/Chrispiest Oct 01 '22

Also rumoured that he would play The Son from the Mortis arc of CW.

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u/takecaretakecare Oct 01 '22

Please no I am so sick of looking at that dudes face

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u/Superteerev Oct 01 '22

I heard something today about Christian Bale being considered for Thrawn. But Ive always wanted Lars.

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u/requiemofchaos Oct 01 '22

Cad Bane and Hondo Ohnaka's live-action versions* both continued that venerable SW tradition of having a voice actor dubbed over the guy in the costume. I'd be entirely fine with them doing the same for Thrawn.

*Cad's in Book of Boba Fett. Live-action Hondo is part of the Millennium Falcon: Smuggler's Run ride - there's both an animatronic in the queue line, and an actual actor in the makeup with Jim Cummings providing the voice in videos on the ride itself.

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u/One-Following-3115 Oct 01 '22

You act like he couldn’t get massive on a Disney fitness regimen.

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u/Incompatibert Oct 01 '22

Pretty sure he is for the Ashoka series.

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u/lonelyMtF Oct 01 '22

I had a brain fart and read that as Mads Mikkelsen. I was wondering how his voice was so different.

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u/miracleMax78 Oct 01 '22

100% my pick for a live action Thrawn.

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u/TheMongooseUK Oct 01 '22

After Outbound Flight came out, I realised I wanted Benedict Cumberbatch as Commander Thrawn and Alan Rickman as Grand Admiral Thrawn.

But since Alan Rickman is sadly no longer available, you’ve convinced me with Jason Isaacs.

But that was before Rebels and that accent. I’ve always pictured Thrawn as having a classically British accent, since he learned Basic from the Empire.

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u/BigManScaramouche Oct 01 '22 edited Oct 01 '22

For me it's either Benedict Cumberbatch, since he's a genius actor and could pull of anything, or Lars Mikkelsen, who has already proven himself as Thrawn, has his mannerisms, and is just incredible in cold, intelligent and calculating roles.

as having a classically British accent, since he learned Basic from the Empire.

Can't agree with this though. Both fanmade audiobook and Mikkelsen's work has imprinted in me this not really imperial accent of Thrawn's. And for a good reason.

He ultimately isn't imperial. His mentality isn't really imperial. He's effective, but he doesn't really fit into this highly beaurocratic and inefficent structure that he has found himself thrown into. The accent is first obvious sign of this. No matter how high rank he would earn, how many commendations and orders of recognition he would have been given, he would forever stay an outsider for the Imperial navy. It's because he puts results above his personal pride and ambition. Something which is unthinkable and absurd for a regular Imperial officer for some reason. That's why other imperials find him untrustworthy and dangerous.

Hell, he was even distrusted by the Chiss Ascendancy, which puts efficiency as it's main goal. And even for them his methods were unorthodox, to say the least.

Jason Isaac's would be perfect Yularen though. Have to agree with OP.

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u/TheOutlaw9904 Oct 01 '22

Did they ever answer why Jason Issacs couldn’t play the Grand Inquisitor in live action?

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u/RFTS999 Oct 01 '22

Like the other guy said, the main reason was that he was busy. He also said he wouldn't want to play characters with a lot of makeup.

I’m not sure I’ve got the patience of Doug Jones who plays Saru in Discovery, who was the creature in The Shape of Water and stuff. I don’t know how many hours I’d like to spend in prosthetics.

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u/YOURESTUCKHERE Oct 01 '22

If people didn’t talk to me while I was in the chair, and I just got to sit in peace, I would be so ok with it.

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u/Loss-Particular Oct 01 '22

Issacs is clearly a super-duper extrovert though.

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u/Valdularo Oct 02 '22

What do you believe this has an impact on? I think what you’re trying to say is, he’s a traditional actor, who prefers a classical style of acting as opposed to modern masks and prosthetics.

Being introverted or extroverted doesn’t mean anything when it comes to the contextual aspect of “will I wear prosthetics or not”. Keanu Reeves doesn’t wear prosthetics, he’s introverted. See how those words mean nothing in the context of what we’re talking about here?

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u/Loss-Particular Oct 02 '22

That's because you have failed to understand the context.

OP: I would quite enjoy like 4 hours of meditative silence in the chair every morning if no one talked to me.

ME: This is unlikely to have the same attraction for Jason Issacs as it does for you. Since Issacs is a notoriously chatty extraverted actor.

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u/TheOutlaw9904 Oct 01 '22 edited Oct 01 '22

What was he busy with? I’m not caught up with his career or what he was doing at the time.

Didn’t he also say that he was up to play him in live action? It may not have been a make up thing, especially since the character doesnt appear that much in the show.

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u/RFTS999 Oct 01 '22

He was doing a show called Good Sam (where he played an important character) around the time they were making Kenobi. I shouldn't have called it "the main reason" since we don't know for certain but people believed that was why he didn't reprise the role. There are plenty of possible reasons why it didn't work out but regardless, that ship has sailed now.

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u/GreyCrowDownTheLane Oct 01 '22

CG makeup was made for actors like this

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u/-TheFarce- r/StarWarsMod Oct 01 '22

He was already committed to another project.

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u/TheOutlaw9904 Oct 01 '22

Really? What was it and is there a source for that? I’m fine with Rupert Friend as the grand inquisitor. I just don’t know why Jason Issacs couldn’t play him.

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u/ArchSyker Oct 01 '22

He also said he wouldn't want to sit through hours of makeup and would rather do it as a CGI character.

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u/bingy_wingy Oct 01 '22

Totally.

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u/NEOkuragi Oct 01 '22

I'm going to throw my money at anyone who's gonna make Vader and Yularen interact, in any form or shape

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u/RadicalOutLaw3674 Oct 01 '22

Jason Isaacs needa come back as GI, lol Rupert was cool but wasn’t Jason

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u/Purvi3vedi Oct 02 '22

For real!! I was so hyped he would play him. Oh well

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u/FryZ_FryZ Oct 01 '22

Ik Tom Kane doesn’t VA anymore but he will always be my Yularan.

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u/4500x Oct 01 '22

Hello to Jason Isaacs!

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u/ChristphrDVS Oct 01 '22

Still perplexed why they didn't ask him to play Grand Inquisitor in live action

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u/-ParticleMan- Oct 01 '22

maybe he was already busy or didnt want to do it, or was too expensive? there may have been reasons

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u/idrivefromdrive Oct 01 '22

The answer is literally in this thread

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u/-ParticleMan- Oct 01 '22

Oh yea I found it, and I was right. Thanks for pointing that out, I no longer have to wonder

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u/Purvi3vedi Oct 02 '22

He expressed interest in playing him live-action

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u/Purvi3vedi Oct 02 '22

My thoughts exactly!!

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u/GreatGreenGobbo Oct 01 '22

Can he just walk around behind me and narrarate my life?

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u/SampleShrimp Oct 01 '22

I really liked him as Lorca in Star Trek: Discovery and in Star Trek Online. It’d be really nice to see him do anything in Star Wars.

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u/alkonium Oct 01 '22

He already has done Star Wars in Rebels Season 1. Though I'm more interested in seeing him as the Prime Lorca on Strange New Worlds.

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u/SampleShrimp Oct 02 '22

That would be nice. If you want some Prime Lorca content, there’s a short storyline with him in Star Trek Online, thought it isn’t considered canon.

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u/Responsible-Pop2573 Oct 01 '22

They could write Admiral Yularen as a kind of Wilhelm Canaris figure. Someone who makes regrettable choices in loyalty and tries to effect change from within? I don’t know what Yularen’s canon is from Clone Wars to New Hope.

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u/tatas323 Oct 01 '22

Loved yularen in the thrawn books also

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u/JerrodDRagon Oct 01 '22

Why is Yularen, not in Andor?

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u/Vatta74 Imperial Oct 01 '22

He may have in a blink and you'll miss it scene. I would love for Yularen to have more than a background cameo.

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u/GoreSeeker Oct 01 '22

From what I can tell, he eventually becomes part of the Imperial Navy's intelligence division, rather than ISB, though he is with ISB at this time period. But maybe he was trying to get the job at the more military based Naval intelligence division, so was "out and about" more, rather than on Coruscant.

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u/uencos Oct 01 '22

We’re only 1/3 of the way through the first season, and the highest ISB rank we’ve seen so far is Major. He could easily show up or be referred to later on.

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u/Monimute Oct 01 '22

Jason Isaacs is fantastic. I'd love it if he played any role in the Star Wars universe. Honestly my only reservation is that Yularen is too secondary a character to give him the screentime he deserves.

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u/SmoothOperator89 Oct 01 '22

ISB: A Star Wars Story

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u/Monimute Oct 01 '22

I'd love that. Recent SW media is at its best when it muddies the black and white Lucas era lines of good and evil.

Obviously not everyone working for the Empire in every capacity was a psychopath. It'd be cool to get a series or movie that features Yularen and those like him - competent professionals that believe that the stability that the Empire provides is preferable to the anarchy of its absence.

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u/SmoothOperator89 Oct 01 '22

On that note, I would love if the post-sequel era took the fallout of those events and explored what the galaxy would actually be like under anarchy. No republic, no empire, no guardians of peace. Even as far back as the old republic, there was a central government, or at worst, 2 sides. It would be like the dark ages after the fall of Rome.

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u/Monimute Oct 01 '22

That's a great idea. Make the stories more character focused and have more factions around and competing - a faltering New New Republic, Imperial/First Order Remnants, a Huttese expansion, Mandalorian revivalists, Zygerrian Slavers.

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u/Loss-Particular Oct 01 '22

An ISB Story: How Many Massacres is Too Many Massacres?

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u/Monimute Oct 01 '22

Just one more should do it.

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u/Loss-Particular Oct 01 '22

'What's that you're hiding behind that planet over there?'

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u/regeya Oct 01 '22

He could just play his character from The Patriot but in Star Wars, and it'd be perfect imho.

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u/Alternative-Cut-4831 Oct 01 '22

Me who watches star wars casually: Who TF is yularen?

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u/regeya Oct 01 '22

LOL, yeah, if you haven't watched Clone Wars, you probably have no idea. He's an officer in the Republic who worked under Anakin and Obi-Wan, and they retconned one of the Death Star officers in A New Hope to be Yularen.

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u/CurryMustard Oct 01 '22

That's a retcon?!?!?! Dammit

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u/Responsible-Pop2573 Oct 01 '22

A beloved admiral in the Clone Wars series. Friend to the main protagonists. Stayed on in the Empire. Joined the intelligence service. High ranking officer. That’s him in the white tunic and moustache at the round table meeting on the Death Star. No lines. I do not know what if any canon there is between the series and the movie. Lots of potential. What could John Le Carre do with a a character like him?

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u/Haste91 Oct 01 '22

Old man Yularen looks like he could have been played by Christopher Plummer

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u/Purvi3vedi Oct 02 '22

Haha yes!!

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u/TiredShowWhale Oct 01 '22

I thought he played the grand inquisitor???

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u/Purvi3vedi Oct 02 '22

He voiced him in Rebels, but sadly didn't get to play him live-action in Kenobi

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u/JerichoEagle22 Oct 01 '22

Yes! I don't know that character but I love Jason Isaacs

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u/KineticBombardment99 Oct 01 '22

Jason Isaacs should just be in everything. He's fantastic.

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u/Dopplegager Oct 01 '22

Wasn't hw the inqusitor in rebels?

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u/Purvi3vedi Oct 02 '22

Yessir

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u/Dopplegager Oct 02 '22

Thanks. That is where he should have been live action. Imagine them actually using the inquisitor well and his voice and menacing performance.

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u/Purvi3vedi Oct 02 '22

YASS exactly my point!! I can't figure out til this day why they passed him over to Rupert Friend. It would've made Kenobi 10x better if the person who literally voiced him played him live action. No doubt Jason would've killed it.

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u/madman3247 Oct 01 '22

No. Give people who aren't famous a chance.

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u/[deleted] Oct 01 '22

No, Thrawn!

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u/SchmuckAmok Oct 01 '22

Yes I’ve been hoping to see a live action version

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u/alkonium Oct 01 '22

You mean the original actor who played the Pau'an Grand Inquisitor? Before Rupert Friend played him in live action.

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u/AllSkillzN0Luck Anakin Skywalker Oct 01 '22

I really wanted him to play GI since he is the voice of him in Rebels.....

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u/Samsterwheel920 Oct 01 '22

tfw you realize the clone wars narrator dies on the death star

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u/Too-Far-Frame Oct 01 '22

He should play thrawn!

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u/Lastaria Ahsoka Tano Oct 01 '22

Absolutely. He would do a fantastic job.

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u/AwkwardDrummer7629 Clone Trooper Oct 02 '22

Only if he gets a badass coat fling.

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u/PheonixMyles Oct 02 '22

Yes oh yes he should. It will be marvelous that he does

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u/Ash_Killem Oct 01 '22

He should return to SW but in a better role imo.

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u/MATTDAYYYYMON Oct 01 '22

He should return as grand admiral thrawn and you can’t change my mind

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u/Purvi3vedi Oct 02 '22

I stand with this comment

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u/Superteerev Oct 01 '22

Why wasn't he the grand inquisitor?

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u/Kyber99 Maul Oct 01 '22

No he should have a bigger role than that

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u/TheVolunteer0002 Oct 01 '22

He should return any way they can get him to. One of the most phenomenally underrated actors of all time.

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u/Whatyousaidisdumb Oct 01 '22

No if he is to return it should be as Thrawn.

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u/mmmmmmmm28 Oct 01 '22

If there is a bad guy to be played, isaacs should do it

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u/JimmyNeon Emperor Palpatine Oct 01 '22

In live action?

Nah, he is too good to play such a one-note character

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u/Roger-Ad591 Oct 01 '22

If his return Character is anything like his Villain Characters then we would be in for a Show!

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u/takecaretakecare Oct 01 '22

No. You should put blue makeup on him and pop some epaulets on that white uniform and recanonize the Zahn trilogy.

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u/-ParticleMan- Oct 01 '22

there are multiple zahn trilogies. only the canon one fits any more though.

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u/alkonium Oct 01 '22

We have a Thrawn already: Lars Mikkelsen.

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u/mrfisher5 Sith Oct 01 '22

Yesyesyes

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u/Machi102 Oct 01 '22

If they didn’t hire him for the Grand Inquisitor, why would they hire him for Yularen?

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u/Kaidecakai Oct 01 '22

Should have comeback as THE GRAND INQUISITOR in Obi-Wan

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u/Nedthiustheunsuspend Oct 01 '22

The grand inquisitor. George Lucas re-edit him in Kenobi.

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u/[deleted] Oct 01 '22

He would fit so well in Andor.

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u/gramb0420 Oct 02 '22

Such a great actor. Always plays his part well.

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u/Highlander_316 Oct 02 '22

Return to Star Wars? He was in it before?

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u/Purvi3vedi Oct 02 '22

Bro he was the piece of the Grand Inquisitor in Rebels

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u/Highlander_316 Oct 02 '22

Oh he was doing the voice. I thought OP meant he actually appeared in an episode of one of the movies or shows

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u/bigdreamerz Oct 02 '22

Re cast to his one and true role as the Grand Inquisitor!!!

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u/Kindly-Mud-1579 Oct 02 '22

TRAITOR!!!!

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u/LifeByTheSword Oct 24 '22

No. He stuck to his roots, unlike a bunch of other traitors to the Empire.

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u/Kindly-Mud-1579 Oct 24 '22

Oh yes work on a battle station that blows up planets very republic

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u/LifeByTheSword Oct 24 '22

Peace, justice, order, security.

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u/Kindly-Mud-1579 Oct 24 '22

Peace: suure Order: debatable Justice: 😑 Security: for the big wigs at the top maybe

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u/Sere1 Sith Oct 02 '22

While he didn't play the character, Tyber Zann in the Empire at War: Forces of Corruption game was modeled after Isaacs' appearance as Lucius Malfoy in the Harry Potter movies. Zann is basically Lucius with a scar and underworld clothing.

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u/Reppaguy Oct 01 '22

Thats the same guy?