Los Angeles – Skywalker prepares to hit theatres as the last film in the Saga, with Ryan Johnson, who directed the divisive “Star Wars: The Last Jedi”, speaking about his “creative process” and why. He is not trying to pander.
Johnson said during an interview recently on “Swing and Mrs.”, “I think [it would be a mistake] to make contact with any creative process] that would probably lead to the exact opposite results.” Podcast on “Radio.com.”
The experience that I had of being a fan was that if I’m getting into something even if it’s something that I think If I want on the screen, it’s like ‘okay.’ It can make me smile and make me feel neutral about the thing and I won’t think about it, but it’s not going to satisfy me.
“Jay Abrams This Friday is Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker” and perhaps controversial. On Rotten Tomatoes it has been receiving mixed reviews with 59 percent and has received criticism for mostly playing safe – while Johnson fans Conventional theories ran for the sake of throwing, largely for the opposite reason.
Despite most of the positive reactions from critics, “The Lasse Jedi” were unhappy with the removal of the plot points in the divided fans, some of whom Abrams Johnson’s Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
“I want to throw off-guard, I want to rearrange things, and I want to challenge myself as a fan as soon as I sit in the theatre,” Johnson said on the podcast.
“Every time I sit in the theatre, the experience I get. The experience is with ‘Empire Strikes Back’, which resonates emotionally and feels like it connects and makes sense.”
The one that gets to the heart is one that’s in a way that I can never see him coming.
“Knife Out – the murder mystery” was also directed by Johnson, which scored with critics and it has grossed $ 165 million worldwide so far.