According tomedia CNET, there is less than a month to go before the release of “Star Wars 9: The Rise of Skywalker”, and director J. J.Abrams (J.J. Abrams) recently revealed the length of the film. In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Abrams said Star Wars 9: Skywalker’s Rise was two hours and 21 minutes long.
This time is different from the originalmedia reports. AMC Theatres previously listed the film, which lasts two hours and 35 minutes, saying it will be the longest film in the series. But if Abrams’s message is correct, the film will be the second-longest film in the series after the 2017 release of “Star Wars 7: The Last Jedi” (2 hours and 32 minutes).
The shortest film in the series, Star Wars: A New Hope, released in 1977, was just two hours and one minute. But the length of the Star Wars series is not comparable to the 182 minutes of “Avengers 4: The Final Battle.”
In an interview with Good Morning America on Monday, Abrams also revealed that one of the film’s actors had left the script in a hotel room and that it had been sold on eBay.
“Some people in the company say that a script sold on eBay looks like a real script, ” says Mr Abrams. ” 。 But Mr Abrams said: “They took it back before they sold it. “
Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker will be released worldwide on December 20.