The new Star Wars trilogy has been a controversial topic in the Star Wars fan community, with director J. J. Abrams and Ryan Johnson of Star Wars 8 have both taken it to the chest. Ryan Johnson has spoken again about the film’s controversy as he promotes his new film, “Blade Edge,” which he recently starred in for the U.S. team.
Ryan’s initial response was blunt: “If someone has a negative view of the diversity of the Star Wars series, go to his (F—k’em). “
He then clarified that it wasn’t for anyone who didn’t like his film, admitting that he didn’t expect his star-studded “Star Wars 8” to attract all the fans. He believes that the fans’ heated discussion of Star Wars is part of the series’ charm.
“People are very concerned about Star Wars, and everyone has a little bit different about it, and that’s what the fun is about the discussion. The negative part of Star Wars 8 has been widely reported, after all, it’s fun to write on the site and it’s also a hit. But at the same time, most of the people who have spoken to me about Star Wars are very kind. “
“Ninety-five percent of my interactions on Twitter are absolutely lovely, constructive and wonderful for Star Wars fans. Fans need to fight back against those unhappy with the diversity of the series, taking a stand against being defined by a small group of fans who don’t represent all Star Wars fans. “
Star Wars 9: The Rise of Skywalker will be released on December 20, returning to J. Directed by J. Abrams.