When news broke that Star Wars: The Last Jedi director was set to map out a whole new trilogy of films away from the Skywalker saga, it didn't take long for a videogame classic to be cited. Meanwhile, the short story anthology From a Certain Point of View celebrates the 40th anniversary of the original Episode IV - A New Hope. "Yet we can't just revel in that; we have to go elsewhere". "But when the opportunity presented itself to finish a story that we had begun with these new characters, to tell the last chapter of their story, it felt like there was a chance to do it in a way where we could go beyond, and do better than we did in [Episode VII]". "Let's start fresh", he said.
Speaking to Mashable, Johnson refuted claims that "Knights" was the subject of his new "Star Wars" series. And as Kennedy seemed interested, they ended up "giving it a shot". I played that game when it first came out and it was like, god, I loved it.
Not only is Hamill a amusing little troll that makes fun of the Star Wars fanbase by feeding the insane fan theorists and speculators with "hints" and "ideas" about what might happen in upcoming Star Wars movies, he's also very kind.
"I'm just in the very beginning phases of coming up with it so right now the sky is kind of the limit", Johnson said while promoting "The Last Jedi" last week.
Facebook/Star WarsThe theatrical poster for "Star Wars: The Last Jedi", as shown on the official Star Wars Facebook account. As a result, we see a amusing little video of Stan reading some of Luke's classic lines.
When Johnson announced this trilogy last month, he said that it would feature an entirely new cast and plot and that it would be set in a part of the "Star Wars" galaxy that has never been explored yet by any of the previous films. However, he promised that he would be following Luke's line, thus it will definitely be about the Jedi and "their place in the universe".