Few secrets in Hollywood are more sacred than the new Star Wars movie, according tomedia, which is why Lucasfilm people panicked when the original Skywalker was auctioned off on eBay.
Director J. J. Abrams said in an interview that an actor, who did not want to be named, put the script under the bed and a housekeeper found it and handed it over to someone who then uploaded it to eBay for sale.
Fortunately, a Disney employee saw it and bought it before anyone else. While Abrams may try not to reveal the actor’s name, John Boyega, who plays Finn in the new trilogy, recently told Good Morning America that it was his fault. Poyega said he forgot the script and left it under the bed while partying with friends.
“When I moved into the apartment, I left the script under the bed, ” Poyega said. ” ‘But then my sons came over and we started having a party. And the script, just stay there. A few weeks later, the cleaner came, and she found the script and put it on eBay for sale, as if it were selling for 65 pounds. “
Fortunately, the people who sell the script don’t know the true value of the script, otherwise “The Rise of Skywalker” could be ruined. After all, Disney has invested hundreds of millions of dollars in the production, marketing and distribution of the film, and the secrets are worth the rat family, especially considering it’s the last in the Skywalker series.
“It’s horrible, I got a call from every official,” Poyetano jokingly admitted.
It may have taught Disney and Lucasfilm that putting all the scripts on a pre-password-protected tablet or not giving the actors a full script.