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    Actually her armor was made from a Naboo yacht that once belonged to Palpatine, hence the silver/chrome look.

    As for Smith, that was a rumor but was never officially announced and Matt Smith himself said it wasn't true. It's possible Smith might've read for a role in the film, as many actors do. Jessie Plemons for instance read for one of the roles in TFA, possibly Finn, Poe or Ren, but was not cast.
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    Now that I think about it, Snap Wexley also had a fair amount of EU backstory too. He was one of the stars of the Aftermath trilogy, and had a large role in the Poe Dameron comics and in Resistance Reborn. He returned for ROS and got some dialogue but had a pretty quick death, which probably could've been averted had he held up for about a minute longer....also those EU novels basically had him be Wedge's stepson, so it's a bit awkward knowing that having Wedge have his cameo a minute later with no reaction whatsoever (Then again the cameo itself was fairly awkward regardless of EU context-Lawson looked a bit bored).

    Wonder if the novel adaptation brought that up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisIII View Post
    Now that I think about it, Snap Wexley also had a fair amount of EU backstory too. He was one of the stars of the Aftermath trilogy, and had a large role in the Poe Dameron comics and in Resistance Reborn. He returned for ROS and got some dialogue but had a pretty quick death, which probably could've been averted had he held up for about a minute longer....also those EU novels basically had him be Wedge's stepson, so it's a bit awkward knowing that having Wedge have his cameo a minute later with no reaction whatsoever (Then again the cameo itself was fairly awkward regardless of EU context-Lawson looked a bit bored).

    Wonder if the novel adaptation brought that up.
    Well, in context of the scene, Wedge wouldn't have known what happened when we saw him.
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