Star Wars Episode 9 just got an unexpected shake-up

Star Wars Episode 9 just got an unexpected shake-up

In an interview with IGN, Boyega discussed the undercover mission and teased a potential fight when Finn infiltrates the First Order. "It's not the best situation... a lot of chasing, there's a mission that needs to be completed but that isn't necessarily something that doesn't come without a fight and it's something that he's gonna have to face for himself".

It makes perfect sense that Thorne would get whisked into a fantastical world like Star Wars after the incredible success of Cursed Child. Thorne has also written for shows like The Fades and The Cast-Offs, penning an adaptation of His Dark Materials for BBC One as well.

"But it was fun for me".

She was actually expected to have a much larger role in 2019′s Episode IX before her death.

The London-born actor said he shares "many scenes" with the late actress in Star Wars: The Last Jedi and that the sci-fi franchise "keeps her alive".




Essentially, our beloved princess won't be killed but retired, assuming Boyega's comments are literal and not just metaphorical.

'The minute she finished, she grabbed me and said, 'I'd better be at the forefront of IX!',' Kennedy recalled.

The next episode in the Star Wars film saga, The Last Jedi will premiere on December 15 in the United States. As of now, we're not sure exactly how extensive the rewrites are going to be. I want to watch this with you.' And she made me sit down and watch it, and she forced me to see the good parts. "The Last Jedi" director Rian Johnson said Fisher helped polish the script for his movie.

"I had tons of scenes, and I was so hard on myself about it - I hated how I looked, hated my performance".

Very little is known about the film's plot, other than this and the fact it will pick up from 2015's The Force Awakens with the very first meeting between Mark Hamill's Luke Skywalker and Daisy Ridley's Rey.

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