Lucasfilm was having a tough time with some of their films like Solo: A Star Wars Story even Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker It was riddled with problems, with some hardcore fans disavowing the film as the finale of the sequel trilogy. Oscar Isaac and John Boyega talked repeatedly about their issues with the studio during filming time, with the latter even going so far as to say he would not return to the franchise. Now, Boyega is openly talking about The Rise of Skywalker, director J.J. Abrams compelling storylines into the film. During a new interview with Josh Horowitz from MTVBoyega talked about the decisions the director made about the film.
“It was a discussion of VII that was kind of fermenting, because you didn’t know which direction it was going to go, right? And then the eighth went in another direction,” Boyega revealed. “So I think with going into VIII in another direction, when you bring someone to the third, they should kind of like an appreciation of what happened in VIII and then still try to make up a narrative for it. And JJ [Abrams], I mean JJ really wanted – Force Awakens is the movie that JJ directed, it was kind of path-setting. But obviously with different creative diffs in the middle and then getting to the third, it’s like he still wants you to know that you just have to push him in there, just tap him in there.”
“This is where you get the moment between Finn and Jane, and Jane asks him, ‘How do you know?'” And he’s just saying, ‘It’s a feeling.’ He just had to get something in there that tells you why there’s a Stormtrooper holding himself long enough against the Sith…or the somewhat wannabe Sith, you know, [with] Kylo. So it was interesting to learn that when those conversations were coming in the first phase. And I thought, obviously, you know, you get a lightsaber, and you start swinging and defending, and I’m like, ‘No… yeah, yeah… last time I checked, you can’t even swing because you know a certain kind of way. When Han held him briefly, what did he do? He grabbed her like removing locks or something. It was like manual labor. But you know you’re only using it for defense and you know, you’re defending your friend, you must have something inside of you. But you know, who Who knows if it’s possible after that, they’ll have like a younger actor or something and try to expand into Finn. Who knows if we get that. You know, we’ll see what made this guy so special.” Boyega added.
The next Star Wars series that will hit Disney+ will be Andor. Diego Luna returns as one of the most exciting characters in the Star Wars universe, Cassian Andor. Back in May, Brandon Davis from ComicBook.com got a chance to talk to him Andor Man drives through Star Wars celebration, reveals after watching Andor You won’t believe it Rogue One: A Star Wars Story It was possible.
“The only thing I can say is that you will see where he was five years ago rogue oneAnd you won’t believe rogue one Luna told us it was possible. This is the idea, to see a transformation and an awakening. I can’t tell you how that will be represented, you have to wait until August 31st. But it’s about that, and it’s about how much we all can change and transform, and that’s the beauty of storytelling. You don’t start to know the ending very much, here you know what’s going on. It’s not about, like, “Oh that happened!” No, no, how it happened is important. It’s all about the little details and between the lines and every layer of character. Even though we are on a very epic show and a huge spy adventure show, we will have time for intimacy. You will delve deeper into the character and the people around him. I think it’s going to be fun, and it’s going to be dark and interesting and different from what you see now.”
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