Jar Jar was a fully realized CGI character meaning every single action as minute as a finger moving had to be done by programmers. Go back and watch scenes with Jar Jar in the background and you’ll see very clearly he’s moving his hand like a force user and even mouthing words into other people’s mouths. This was planned. But yes you are correct there is no official confirmation. The Jar Jar actor said “big things were planned for the character” when asked about the Darth Jar Jar theory but that’s probably as close as we’ll ever get. It should be noted that this is all bullshit and ignores all the other random movements by Jar-Jar to make him seem more real and other CGI characters in the movie. The Always Say Yes To New Adventures Shirt real “evidence” is the actor of the most hated prequel character coming out and saying some vague stuff after the theory comes out and the character suddenly isn’t hated as much anymore. Analyzing the movements and mouthing of Jar-Jar is basically like the people analyzing the shadows on the moon footage and insisting it’s proof that it was filmed in a studio.
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