Star Wars 9: JJ Abrams LAUGHED at Rian Johnson’s Last Jedi script long before fan backlash


Star Wars: The Force Awakens director J.J. Abrams returned directly to Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, with Ryan Johnson being the monkey in Star Wars: The Last Jedi Beach. Abrams is now promoting Rise of Skywalker, and he has been talking a lot about The Last Jedi. Most of what he has said has been positive.

However, J.J. Abrams became clear about a major surprise of Ryan Johnson’s film, and this is something that raised the eyebrows of fans – and ire – immediately in Star Wars: The Last Jedi:


So he gave Rolling Stone a good spin, drenching expectations – one of the biggest grievances from viewers of Star Wars: The Last Jedi. It is a difficult balance to make a film that has enough personality not to be called the original Star Wars films, while not even going so far down the beaten path that fans are shocked.

Even Mark Hamill was open with his doubts about Luke Skywalker in Star Wars: The Last Jedi, though he later regretted publicly venting his concerns and for Ryson Johnson’s vision Emphasis on respect.

Luke Skywalker being intimidated – after training future Jedis, sat down to weaning Thla-sirens – it didn’t sit right with a lot of Star Wars fans. And then he died. It also did not sit right with Mark Hamill that Luke, Leia and Han never reappeared in the new trilogy.

So Hamill’s concern was not just with Ryan Johnson’s story in The Last Jedi. He said that he did J.J. Also gave a reunion scene. Abrams for The Force Awakens.

Jj Abrams said he laughed when he read the first draft of Ryan Johnson’s The Last Jedi script, including his Snoke twist. It seems that the two directors kept in touch and had a lot of conversations about the stories of the Skywalker Saga.

Abrams also said watching Star Wars: The Last Jedi encouraged him to take risks with The Rise of Skywalker.

Some Star Wars fans are speculating what the final trilogy in the Skywalker Saga might be if JJ Abrams-directed all three films. But let’s not get ahead of ourselves.

We still need to watch Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, and whether it will be “good” or “bad” depends, as always, on the individual viewer nor the loudest voice on the Internet.

After all, there are a lot of fans who loved The Last Jedi, which grossed over $ 1.3 billion worldwide. Sure enough, more than $ 2 billion is below Star Wars: The Force Awakens, and I doubt the final film in the saga will end somewhere in between.

Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker means bringing back Mark Hamill’s Luke Skywalker in some fashion, apparently as Force Ghost. See how her story ends on 20 December.

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