Star Wars Fans and Production Needs A “Hollywood Royal Family” For A Thrawn Movie

Since the loss of Ms. Carrie Fisher in 2016 who played Princess Leia at its inception. Her family is the consummate “Hollywood Royal Family” associated with the Star Wars franchise. Her famous parents: Eddie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds — both famous actors in the 1950s, help foster Carrie’s breakout role as Princess Leia in Star Wars and she brought the movie into the heights that unknown actors are incapable of accomplishing without any influence from ultra-famous cast members. There are tightly bound to studio contracts and “A-list actors” and agents know the system.

Carrie Fisher’s death wounded Star Wars and the kind of storytelling tradition as expected. Her understanding of blockbuster movie magic and post-promotion marketing skills takes a trained eye and family support. Without support, a movie can be derailed and cause huge losses for box office receipts.

If Thrawn is in movies under Disney Lucasfilm, a new “Hollywood Royal Family” should have a chance to play roles in the Star Wars franchise. A family strong in the movie mantra, tropes, film and production requirements and can understand the professionalism of the team.

This fan blog suggests the HUSTON family to play the CHISS characters with the youngest JACK HUSTON playing MITTH’RAW’NURUODO or THRAWN.

Disney Lucasfilm will need this family’s help to bring back the believability of Star Wars space opera fantasy that it once was. Blue people that are militarized and highly intelligent similar to the Empire but logic should reign supreme over the Force. Who else than the HUSTON family to add to the suspension of disbelief in tentpole movies?

In fact, the HUSTON family does come from real life royalty — their maternal forebearer is the CHOLMONDELEY MARQUESS OF ENGLAND.

If Disney needs a better understanding of royalty in their acting in the films — well, what better family, the HUSTONs for a saga of Star Wars films.

Jack Huston

Angelica Huston
Danny Huston

Published by Star Wars Actors Guild 77

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