The actress Natalie Portman She was in charge of bringing Padmé Amidala, Luke Skywalker’s mother, to life in the Star Wars universe. His participation was reduced to a prequel trilogy, although he is a character that we have also seen in other products, even in the animated series “Star Wars: The Clone Wars”.
It does not seem that she is going to play the character again, the possibility of the sequel trilogy was not even considered – because it is not that much to the case – and now the actress is with other projects on the way, even in the Marvel Cinematic Universe where it will become Mighty Thor in “Thor: Love and Thunder”.
During the extensive interview with Yahoo! in which she precisely talked about the fourth Thor movie, they asked her about being a mother, a key question of Padmé’s character, and how she remembers those Star Wars movies.
It is so much fun being a part of something that children relate to so much. I have not yet shown the films to my children, I think it is very rare that they think of me as something other than their mother. They’ve seen the recent Star Wars movies that I’m not in, my son has, my daughter is too young.
I feel really lucky to be a part of something that is the imaginary world of every child. It’s very exciting to be able to impress my children a little.
Remember that Padmé’s character was key to the evolution of Anakin Skywalker and his subsequent transformation into Darth Vader.
Via information | Yahoo! Life