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What Sets Christopher Nolan Apart From Other Blockbuster Directors

23 July 2017 6:30 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

With the release of Dunkirk, Eric Bay-Andersen explores the aspects of Christopher Nolan’s films that set him apart from his contemporaries…

Over the past twenty years, Christopher Nolan has amassed a body of work so impressive that a new film by him is now an event in the cinematic calendar. But it’s not just the great performances or the jaw-dropping set pieces in his films that have won him such acclaim and respect in the industry – it’s his philosophy when it comes to making and marketing movies. In this article, I will suggest some of the reasons why I believe Christopher Nolan is a cut above most other blockbuster directors…

When I heard that Rian Johnson (writer/director of the brilliant Brick and Looper) had signed up to direct a Star Wars film I was very annoyed, because I knew it would be at least five years »

- Amie Cranswick

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Travellers Beware: Ghost House Will Never Let You Go - Early Stills

21 July 2017 3:00 PM, PDT | 28 Days Later Analysis | See recent 28 Days Later Analysis news »

Tagline: "She Will Never Let You Go." Ghost House is a supernatural thriller. Shot in Bangkok Thailand, Vertical Entertainment will release this feature, in theatres. The film was directed by long time composer Rich Ragsdale, from a script developed by Kevin O’Sullivan and Jason Chase Tyrrell. The story deals with a curse and a haunting spirit. Loosely based on Thai mythology, the curse must be passed to another - in order to escape a growing evil. Ghost House stars: James Landry Hébert (Looper, 2012), Scout Taylor Compton and Mark Boone Junior. A trailer for the film was released earlier this week (hosted below). And now, new stills are available and can be found here. The trailer is an interesting one. It shows a newly engaged couple on holiday. They meet up with another duo of travellers and they are taken to a graveyard. Here, it is obvious that the new friends have malicious intent. »

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'Walking Dead' Boss Addresses Stuntman John Bernecker's Death During Comic-Con Panel

21 July 2017 12:50 PM, PDT | Entertainment Tonight | See recent Entertainment Tonight news »

The Walking Dead cancelled nearly all of their promotional events at San Diego Comic-Con this year following the recent death of stuntman John Bernecker. During the show's panel discussion in Hall H on Friday, The Walking Dead's cast and creators opened up about the tragedy.

“John was a stunt performer. You’ve probably seen his work before, you just didn’t know it. He’s been in everything from Looper, to This Is the End, to Hunger Games, 22 Jump Street to Get Out to Logan. He did some work on Black Panther and he’s going to be on our show,” executive producer Scott Gimple opened the Walking Dead panel.

“John passed away this week after he was injured doing something he loved, helping tell stories that excite, entertain and give people escape,” Gimple continued, as he read a statement onstage. “He helped make movies and shows for people like everybody in this room. John was someone »

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‘The Walking Dead’ and ‘Fear The Walking Dead’ Panels Open With Moment of Silence For Dead Stuntman

21 July 2017 11:43 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Hit AMC series “The Walking Dead” and “Fear the Walking Dead” usually open their annual Comic-Con panels on a celebratory note. But this year, the shows struck a different tone, in light of the recent death of stuntman John Bernecker.

The Walking Dead” panel kicked off solemnly, as executive producer Scott Gimple read a tribute to Bernecker, sharing some of his credits – including “Looper,” “This Is The End,” “The Hunger Games,” “Get Out” and “Logan.”

“John passed away this week after he was injured doing something he loved,” Gimple said, “John was someone beloved in the stunt community. He was living his dream and he helped other people do the same thing.”

Gimple added that the cast and crew “didn’t know if we should do this panel today. But we wanted to be here for you. And we wanted to show you what weve all been working on.” He »

- Michael Schneider

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‘The Walking Dead’ and ‘Fear The Walking Dead’ Panels Open With Moment of Silence For Dead Stuntman

21 July 2017 11:43 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Hit AMC series “The Walking Dead” and “Fear the Walking Dead” usually open their annual Comic-Con panels on a celebratory note. But this year, the shows struck a different tone, in light of the recent death of stuntman John Bernecker.

The Walking Dead” panel kicked off solemnly, as executive producer Scott Gimple read a tribute to Bernecker, sharing some of his credits – including “Looper,” “This Is The End,” “The Hunger Games,” “Get Out” and “Logan.”

“John passed away this week after he was injured doing something he loved,” Gimple said, “John was someone beloved in the stunt community. He was living his dream and he helped other people do the same thing.”

Gimple added that the cast and crew “didn’t know if we should do this panel today. But we wanted to be here for you. And we wanted to show you what weve all been working on.” He »

- Michael Schneider

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Felicity Jones Replacing Natalie Portman in Mimi Leder’s Ruth Bader Ginsburg Biopic

19 July 2017 8:02 AM, PDT | Women and Hollywood | See recent Women and Hollywood news »

Felicity Jones in “Like Crazy”: Paramount Pictures

Felicity Jones is taking on the role of the Notorious Rbg. The “Rogue One” star is set to replace Natalie Portman as Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg in Mimi Leder’s “On the Basis Of Sex.” Deadline broke the story.

Written by Daniel Stiepelman, Ginsburg’s nephew, the biopic will trace Ginsburg’s fight for equality as she establishes her law career and rises through the professional ranks. She eventually became the first Jewish female justice on the Supreme Court. Stiepelman’s script made the Hit List, the Black List, and the first ever Athena List in 2014.

Portman has long been attached to portray Ginsburg and actually lobbied for the project to hire a female director. “Natalie Portman came to talk to me about this, and we had a very good conversation,” Ginsburg herself said when Marielle Heller (“The Diary of a Teenage Girl”) was originally attached to helm “On the Basis of Sex.” “And one thing, interesting, that she insisted on, it held up the project for awhile. She said, ‘I want the director to be a woman. There are not enough women in this industry.’”

Continuing this conversation with Marie Claire UK, Portman explained, “I don’t think women and men are more or less capable [as directors], we just have a clear issue with women not having opportunities.” She added, “We need to be part of the solution, not perpetuating the problem.”

No word yet on why Portman left the film, but it’s surprising to see her drop out of what was clearly a passion project.

“On the Basis of Sex” will begin production in Montreal this September. Robert W. Cort (“Save the Last Dance”) is serving as producer and Ram Bergman (“Looper”) is executive producing.

Jones recently signed on to star in an adaptation of “Swan Lake.” Black List topper Kristina Lauren Anderson is writing the as-yet untitled film. Jones’ last movie, “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story,” grossed over $1 billion worldwide. The Oscar-nominated actress’ other credits include “A Monster Calls,” “The Theory of Everything,” and “Like Crazy.”

Felicity Jones Replacing Natalie Portman in Mimi Leder’s Ruth Bader Ginsburg Biopic was originally published in Women and Hollywood on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story. »

- Rachel Montpelier

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Rian Johnson Hints At The Opening Crawl Of Star Wars: The Last Jedi

19 July 2017 6:24 AM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

With the exception of Rogue One, the opening crawl has been a fixture of the Star Wars universe ever since the words “it is a period of civil war” preceded A New Hope back in ’77.

It’s a time-honored tradition of Lucasfilm’s galaxy far, far away, and that’s something that isn’t lost on writer-director Rian Johnson. Following up on The Brother’s Bloom and Looper – not to mention multiple episodes of AMC’s Breaking Bad – Johnson was appointed at the helm of Star Wars: The Last Jedi, the latest chapter in the Skywalker saga that’s due to arrive in December of this year.

On the heels of last weekend’s D23 event in Anaheim, excitement for The Last Jedi is through the roof, and ardent fans have spent the past four days combing through the sequel’s poignant behind-the-scenes featurette in the search for potential story »

- Michael Briers

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At D23, Disney Showed Off Its Mighty Star Wars, Marvel, and Pixar Muscle — Full Report

15 July 2017 5:35 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Disney’s D23 Expo in Anaheim once again demonstrated its unrivaled franchise power through Marvel, Lucasfilm, Disney and Pixar, as well as the unique mining of its animated legacy. And, in highlighting its social relevance, the emphasis was on diversity and unity in conquering prejudice and hate.

On Friday, the Expo was ecstatic over the hilarious clip of Vanellope (Sarah Silverman) getting snarky with all of the Disney princesses in “Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2” (November 21, 2018) — the ultimate Mouse House strut. It was also refreshing to learn that Holly Hunter’s mom, Helen/Elastagirl, will be the star of Brad Bird’s “Incredibles 2” (June 15, 2018), picks up where the last one left off in 2004, with the Underminer (John Ratzenberger) wreaking havoc.

However, on Saturday, Disney wowed them with clips and behind-the-scene footage from “Mary Poppins Returns,” “A Wrinkle in Time,” Star Wars: The Last Jedi,” “Avengers: Infinity War,” and “The Lion King. »

- Bill Desowitz

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Douglas Hansen Named Independent Overseer at Scandal-Plagued Red Granite

12 July 2017 2:03 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Veteran producer Douglas Hansen has been appointed to oversee financial affairs at Red Granite Pictures, as the company seeks to disentangle itself from a massive corruption case.

Hansen, former president and COO of Endgame Entertainment, will be tasked with inspecting the company’s books, monitoring transactions, and supporting the post-production and distribution of Red Granite’s next release, “Papillon.”

The U.S. Department of Justice alleges that Red Granite used funds stolen from a Malaysian development fund to produce “The Wolf of Wall Street,” “Daddy’s Home,” and “Dumb and Dumber To.” The government has been seeking to seize Red Granite’s portion of the proceeds of the films as one part of a much broader, multibillion-dollar effort to recover funds on behalf of the Malaysian people.

Red Granite has been seeking to settle the case, and hopes that Hansen’s appointment will speed that process along.

“As ongoing, productive settlement discussions continue, Red »

- Gene Maddaus

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War For The Planet Of The Apes & The Rise & Rise Of Intelligent Sci-Fi

11 July 2017 4:00 AM, PDT | HeyUGuys.co.uk | See recent HeyUGuys news »

Author: Dave Roper

Science Fiction has been with us for as long as we’ve had cinema. Méliès made his Trip to the Moon, Lang built and displayed his dystopian Metropolis and Jules Verne’s rich science fiction novels fed into cinema’s early efforts to showcase the fantastical.

Thankfully, cinema’s relationship with science fiction has also generally proved to be intelligent and thought-provoking. Spectacle, as with the disaster epics of Irwin Allen’s 1970’s heyday, has always had its place, but alongside that films as diverse as Planet of the Apes, The Day the Earth Stood Still, Metropolis, Soylent Green and Invasion of the Body Snatchers gave us much to consider about human nature, society and our relationship with our fragile planet.

More recently, Independence Day, Armageddon, War of the Worlds, Mars Attacks, Men in Black and even more sci-fi inflected comic book entries like Guardians of the Galaxy, »

- Dave Roper

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Review Round-Up: Camera Obscura, Aaron’S Blood, and The Little Hours

3 July 2017 12:25 PM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

June ended up being a particularly busy month of releases, and here’s a look at three different indie films that I had the opportunity to check out over the last several weeks:

Camera Obscura: For his feature film directorial debut, co-writer/director Aaron B. Koontz concocts his own “weird episode of Goosebumps” (to borrow a phrase from the film) in Camera Obscura, which feels like a mash-up of Shutter (the original, not the remake) and Final Destination, with a bit of a slasher twist thrown in for good measure. Koontz deftly maneuvers through familiar genre tropes to create an unexpected horror treat, anchored by a strong performance from Christopher Denham (Shutter Island, The Bay).

In Camera Obscura, we meet photographer Jack Zeller (Denham), who has been struggling with Ptsd after returning from shooting photos in the Middle East. His supportive fiancée, Claire (Nadja Bobyleva), decides to pick him »

- Heather Wixson

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Last Jedi Creates New Rules for the Star Wars Universe

28 June 2017 4:57 PM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

It must be a very difficult thing to be an actor in a Star Wars movie these days. People are always going to ask you about it, but with how secretive Lucasfilm is, specifically when it comes to Star Wars: The Last Jedi, it is tough to give answers with any substance to them. But Adam Driver managed to give us something well worth chewing on recently, saying that some "new rules" are going to be introduced into a galaxy far, far away with Star Wars 8.

The actor, who plays Kylo Ren in the new Star Wars trilogy, recently spoke with The Huffington Post about some good deeds he recently did for a military family. Adam Driver did take a second to talk a bit about Star Wars: The Last Jedi, though (how could he not?), and explained that director Rian Johnson is bringing in some new rules and playing »

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DMG Invests in Super League Gaming, Launches eSports Division (Exclusive)

26 June 2017 7:33 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Dmg Entertainment is launching a new eSports division and has invested in Super League Gaming, Variety has learned.

The move comes as Dmg has been diversifying in recent months, moving beyond backing movies and shows to invest in emerging media platforms such as virtual reality. Dmg is best known for backing the likes of “Looper” and “Iron Man 3.” The new division is staffing up and sees the Super League Gaming equity stake as part of a larger strategic partnership.

eSports is one of the fastest growing sections of the gaming space. It involves organized multi-player competitions centered around popular video games such as “Hearthstone” and “Call of Duty.” The eSports market is projected to have grossed $463 million in 2016 and is expected to generate $1.1 billion in revenues by 2019, according to market researcher Newzoo.

Super League Gaming is trying to tap into that burgeoning audience by hosting competitions in movie theaters. Last year, »

- Brent Lang

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Rian Johnson and Ana Lily Amirpour Talk ‘Star Wars,’ ‘The Bad Batch’ and Cinematic Boners — Listen

23 June 2017 12:10 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

If you ever wanted to listen to the directors of “A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night” and “Looper” talk about cinematic boners, today’s your lucky day. Ana Lily Amirpour and Rian Johnson discuss all that and more — namely, their upcoming films “The Bad Batch” and “Star Wars: The Last Jedi,” respectively — on the latest episode of the Talkhouse Film Podcast. Amirpour gets quotable early on when she goes in depth about being excited for a project: “I’ll just be like, ‘I’ve got no boner,’ or like, ‘My boner is at half mast — something is wrong, this lens is wrong…’ And you’ve got to listen to the boner.”

Read More: ‘The Bad Batch’ Review: Jim Carrey and Keanu Reeves’ Thriller Is ‘Mad Max’ Meets ‘Texas Chainsaw Massacre’

That isn’t the only filmmaking metaphor she uses; “The Shawshank Redemption” comes into play as well: “I always »

- Michael Nordine

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Star Wars: The Last Jedi Wraps Post-Production in August

22 June 2017 4:07 PM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

We are nearing the halfway point of 2017, and that means we are a mere six months away from Star Wars: The Last Jedi. Originally, the movie was supposed to come out in May of this year, but Lucasfilm decided to bump that back, which may have been a good decision. One reason for that is that the movie still isn't done yet, but director Rian Johnson recently confirmed that Star Wars: The Last Jedi will wrap post-production this August.

The director was recently a guest on the Talk House Podcast and offered up the information without being probed about it. When asked what he hopes to do after Star Wars 8, he provided a timeline for his next project and, in that, he revealed when the movie will be totally done and in the can. Turns out, that will be in just a couple of months Here's what he had to say about it.

"Well, that's the thing, I've got, like, a couple idea that I've been working on. Pretty well-developed. I just gotta sit down and fuckin' write one of them. And I guess my pipe dream is...'Cause we're actually gonna be done with [The Last Jedi], if we stick to schedule, we're done with post-production, like, in August, and the movie doesn't come out 'till Christmas. So I'll have a couple months that I'm hoping, my pipe dream is I'll actually write one of these scripts."

This is interesting for a few reasons. For one, we now know when to expect Star Wars: The Last Jedi to be completely done. That means we will probably hear some buzz about early screenings, even if they are Lucasfilm and Disney only screenings that are behind closed doors, but those will be telling. There is also just the knowledge that the next chapter in the Skywalker saga will just be sitting there, waiting to be seen. It is also interesting that Rian Johnson's next project is going to be another original project, it sounds like. That should make anyone who has seen movies like Looper or Brick pretty happy.

It is also interesting to think about that original release timetable. Given how long the movie has been done with principal photography, it isn't as though Rian Johnson and everyone working on Star Wars: The Last Jedi couldn't have finished the movie on time, if pressed. But having that extra time, especially given the tragic passing of Carrie Fisher after production wrapped, was probably very beneficial. We'll have to wait and see how the movie turns out.

We'll have a slightly better idea in not too long, since another trailer for Star Wars 8 is on the way very shortly, probably at D23 or San Diego Comic-Con. Still, don't expect Lucasfilm and Rian Johnson to give away too much, as the new trailer is very short and they seem to be keeping this one especially under wraps, even for a Star Wars movie. In any case, we are one step closer to Star Wars: The Last Jedi being a reality. »

- MovieWeb

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Director Rian Johnson Retained Creative Control While Filming Star Wars: The Last Jedi

21 June 2017 11:45 AM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Rian Johnson is a filmmaker who cut his teeth on crime drama (Brick) and caper comedy (The Brothers Bloom), along with top-tier television thanks to his celebrated work on multiple episodes of AMC’s Breaking Bad series. When pulled together, it makes for a remarkably diverse body of work, but it was ultimately Johnson’s lack of blockbuster experience that meant he was viewed as a curious choice to take on Star Wars: The Last Jedi.

Before plotting a course for Disney’s galaxy far, far away, the closest Rian Johnson had come to a big-budget science fiction pic was Looper, the criminally under-appreciated genre gem of 2012 starring Bruce Willis and Joesph Gordon-Levitt. But low and behold, Johnson is the one marshalling The Last Jedi toward its December 15th due date, and though one might assume that the Powers That Be would make their presence felt on set, the director took to Twitter (via Screen Rant) to reaffirm that he ostensibly retained full creative control over Star Wars: The Last Jedi.

That same issue of creative control reared its head late last night, when it was revealed that Disney had formally parted ways with Phil Lord and Chris Miller, the erstwhile directors of the Han Solo Anthology movie. Subsequent reports have all but confirmed that Lord and Miller were fired after repeated clashes with screenwriters Jon and Lawrence Kasden concerning the tone and style of 2018’s Star Wars tentpole.

With The Last Jedi, it’s a little different in the sense that Rian Johnson is directing from his own script and here, the filmmaker stepped in to allay concerns over potential studio meddling:

I had as much creative control on Tlj as I've ever had on any of my own movies.

Rian Johnson (@rianjohnson) June 21, 2017

Rian Johnson’s Star Wars: The Last Jedi opens December 15th, 2017. As for the Han Solo spinoff, Disney and Lucasfilm have drafted up a list of potential replacements, which purportedly includes Ron HowardJoe Johnston, and the aforementioned Lawrence Kasdan. »

- Michael Briers

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Mark Hamill Clarifies Luke Skywalker Criticism in The Last Jedi

16 June 2017 1:39 PM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Back in April, during an interview at Star Wars Celebration, actor Mark Hamill made some controversial comments about director Rian Johnson, revealing that he "fundamentally disagreed" with everything the director decided about his iconic Luke Skywalker character. Many interpreted the actor's comments as criticism leveled against the director, in regards to his vision for the character. As it turns out, that couldn't be farther from the truth, with Mark Hamill recently clarifying those comments in a new interview. Here's what he had to say about his Star Wars: The Last Jedi director below.

"Rian Johnson is an amazing filmmaker, and if you look at Brick or Brothers Bloom or Looper, each film is different from the last one and they're so inventive. I think people will be pleased and surprised, I know I was. I got in trouble, because I was quoted as saying to Rian that I fundamentally disagree »

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Mark Hamill clarifies his comments about “fundamentally disagreeing” with Rian Johnson over Star Wars: The Last Jedi

15 June 2017 8:52 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Back in April, Mark Hamill caused a bit of a stir when speaking about his upcoming role as Luke Skywalker in Star Wars: The Last Jedi, stating that: “I said to [director Rian Johnson], I think I fundamentally disagree with everything you’ve decided for me. Now having said that, I have to accept it, get my mind around it and do my best to realize your vision.”

As you’d expect, Hamill’s comments proved a tad controversial, and seemed to indicate that he wasn’t pleased about the way Luke is portrayed in the new movie. However, the actor has now clarified his remarks during an interview with Variety at the Tony Awards, revealing that he didn’t quite manage to get his intended point across.

“I got into trouble because… I was quoted as saying to Rian that I fundamentally disagree with everything you decided about Luke, and it was inartfully phrased. »

- Gary Collinson

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Interview: Noah Segan on Getting to be the Good Guy in Camera Obscura

8 June 2017 3:46 PM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

On Friday, June 9th, Aaron B. Koontz’s Camera Obscura hits theaters before making its way onto VOD platforms everywhere just a few days later on the 13th. The psychological horror film stars Christopher Denham (Money Monster, The Bay), Nadja Bobyleva (Bridge of Spies), Noah Segan (Looper, Starry Eyes, Brick), and also features some other stellar supporting talent that should be familiar to genre fans, including Chase Williamson (John Dies at the End, Beyond the Gates), Andrew Sensenig (We Are Still Here), and Gretchen Lodge (Lovely Molly).

Daily Dead recently spoke to Segan about working on Camera Obscura with both Koontz and Denham, with whom he shares most of his scenes with. Segan also chatted about the privilege of being able to make movies with your friends, getting to be the “good guy,” and more.

Congrats on your impending fatherhood and getting married. Seems like you’ve got a lot »

- Heather Wixson

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Director Rian Johnson Tackles Concerns That Star Wars: The Last Jedi Will Repeat What Has Come Before

31 May 2017 3:13 PM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Ever the one to uphold an open dialogue with the Star Wars community via Twitter, The Last Jedi director Rian Johnson has addressed concerns that his forthcoming sci-fi sequel will repeat what has come before.

Citing those complaints levelled at The Force Awakens – many still begrudge J.J. Abrams’ franchise revival for paying homage (to the point that Disney’s 2015 blockbuster was derivative, perhaps?) to A New Hope – one Twitter user reached out to Johnson to ask straight up whether Star Wars: The Last Jedi will manage to side-step those same pitfalls. And though he’s unable to provide a detailed answer, lest he stray too far into spoiler territory, the Looper filmmaker offered up a refreshingly frank response.

In short: Johnson tackled those concerns head on, reminding “Concerned Fan 10” that he’s dedicated the past three years of his life to creating Star Wars: The Last Jedi to the best of his ability. »

- Michael Briers

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