It’s almost here. Star Wars Episode IX: The Rise Of Skywalker.
The movie many people love to hate even though they haven’t seen it yet. Lord knows, we have already had plenty to say about it, and all things Star Wars, here at Last Movie Outpost.
One way or another, we will know in a little over a month, if those leaks on Reddit were true. If the stories about Iger’s anger and those Lucas reshoots were based on facts. Or if the test screening really did happen, and really was a disaster.
One person who doesn’t think there is much to be worried about with Episode IX is star Daisy Ridley. In fact, she says it was the most fun to make out of all of them:
”It’s the first time I’ve filmed more confident because I feel like there was nothing else I could’ve done. The third one for me was the best.
It’s a big film for everyone. I did all of the emotions: I did frowns, I did smiles, it was the sort of biggest breadth, and I think that’s also why I had such a good time, because I got to do so much shit – like, physically, emotionally – and I got to work with so many people.”
When pressed on Episode IX and asked to give three words that describe The Rise Of Skywalker she said:
”Definitely dark. There are bits that are genuinely scary. And sad.”
There you go – dark, scary and sad. Just like my first marriage.
Hmmm, Disney Star Wars in three words? Well, this Disqus should be fun! How about:
Galaxies Edge Empty
Make Rose Hot, or:
Fuck This Bitch