Star Wars has been a cultural phenomenon since its inception in 1977. With a vast universe filled with different planets, species, and characters, it’s easy to get lost in the world of Star Wars.
One planet that has gained attention from fans is Sullust. But what Star Wars movie was Sullust in?
Sullust is a volcanic planet located in the Outer Rim Territories. It’s known for its lava-filled canyons and industrial cities.
The planet has appeared in several Star Wars media, including video games and books. However, Sullust made its first appearance on the big screen in the 2015 film, “Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens.”
In “The Force Awakens,” Sullust is mentioned briefly during a conversation between Han Solo and Finn. Han Solo explains that he needs to go to the planet to see an old friend who can help them locate Luke Skywalker.
Although Sullust doesn’t appear visually on screen in “The Force Awakens,” it does make an appearance in another Star Wars movie – “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.” In this film, we see the planet’s surface as the Rebel Alliance launches an attack on an Imperial base located there.
The appearance of Sullust in “Rogue One” was significant as it provided a link to the original trilogy. The planet was mentioned briefly by Princess Leia Organa in “Star Wars: Episode VI – Return of the Jedi” as being one of the locations where the second Death Star was being constructed.
Sullust’s appearance in “Rogue One” also gave fans a glimpse into what life might be like on this volcanic planet. We see industrial factories and mines built into the side of mountains, and TIE Fighters soaring over lava-filled canyons.
In conclusion, while Sullust may not have had a significant role in any of the main saga films, it has made appearances in other Star Wars media, including the video game “Star Wars: Battlefront.” Its appearance in “Rogue One” gave fans a glimpse into the planet’s unique landscape and its importance in the Star Wars universe.