According to GameSpot, “Star Wars 9: The Rise of Skywalker” director J. J.J. Abrams talks about films and black powder, and he wants people to be judged “differently” and “accepted” that people who like or dislike don’t have to be extremely divided.
Abrams was asked to address the spray in the Star Wars fan base and was asked about “how people’s reactiontos to the movie have changed over time.” “The response to Star Wars movies is that there’s been an increase in aggression, negativity, and some vicious threats, you know, it’s not unique to Star Wars,” he said. We live in an age where if you don’t have a disagreement… You don’t think it’s right. “
Abrams added: “I want us to go back to an era where things are more free, and that movies will be judged in the form of ‘difference and acceptance’.” In addition, “Star Wars 8: The Last Jedi” director Ryan Johnson recently called Star Wars fans “the best fans in the world”, although some of them have a negative attitude.