How did Jar Jar Binks die

Jar Jar Binks dies in Star Wars Episode I.

Few characters have had to endure so much mockery and ridicule as the babbling and always helpless looking Jar Jar Binks in Stars Wars Episode I. Now fans get the ending they wanted.

When the eagerly awaited Star Wars prequel Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace was released in 1999, not only was the quality of the film split, but one character in particular had to endure countless fans: Jar Jar Binks. With incredibly profound sentences like “You better not count on me. Better to be dead here than still dead at the core. Goodness good! What am I talking about? " Many Star Wars disciples could no longer contain themselves and wished that the character would just drop dead. We now have a scene from Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace for you, in which exactly this seems to happen, because Jar Jar Binks dies an agonizing death by falling into a deep, deep canyon.

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Maybe the scene should be part of the finished film after all, only that Jar Jar miraculously survived the crash? Perhaps the audience also applauded at the test screenig when Jar Jar hit the rock and those responsible knew that this was not the reaction they had hoped for for this character and cut the scene from episode 1 at the end? Or was the scene made in retrospect to save the damaged reputation? Nothing like that, because a very talented editor took Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace some time ago, cut it a bit, and re-released it with the title The Phantom Edit. To the delight of many fans, Jar Jar does not survive the adventure in this version. Sometimes fans can be really cruel.