Currently, movie fans have a question: what will happen in Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker ? Will Kylo Ren buy himself back or will he continue on the dark side? J. J. Abrams, the director of The Force Awakens and The Rise of Skywalker has given some details about the upcoming film, but he has discussed his artistic process. Let's see what he had to say.
J. J. Abrams Plans for "The Rise of Skywalker"
Many movie fans know that the most important part of a movie is its end. When a movie with an otherwise good plot ends disappointingly, the audience leaves the theater dissatisfied. J. J. Abrams is well aware of this fact when it comes to The Rise of Skywalker .
"Ends are what scares me the most," Abrams told Entertainment Weekly. He added, "This is about bringing this matter to an end in an emotional and meaningful way and answering questions as well as possible. So, in the next few years, when someone watches these films, all nine, he looks at a story that is as coherent as possible. "
J. J. Abrams certainly has a lot of responsibility on his shoulders. After the release of The Last Jedi many fans expressed their disappointment with the online movie. Star Wars fans hope The Rise of Skywalker completes the continuation of the trilogy satisfactorily by Skywalker he has given himself space to experiment. The director said, "While there were many things that were planned and discussed – George Lucas himself said, when he created this, he saw it as three pieces with three acts – that does not mean that there is no discovery that is not Das means there are no things that make you realize: & # 39; Oh, here's an opportunity. & # 39;
He continued: "It does not mean that there is a list of payouts that we have to do due to setups. But we were also very aware that this is the end of the trilogy and that it has to be satisfying. We came to this thing because we knew it had to end. We do not turn around.
Will the next Star Wars movie reveal the identity of Rey's parents? by Skywalker in an interview with ABC News. In this interview, the director discussed the theme Rey's descent.
He said, "I'll say, we knew this movie had to be a satisfying conclusion, and we're well aware that this is one of the things that is they were out there somehow. I do not want to say what happened in "Episode VIII" – you know, we've honored that. But I will say that the story contains more than you have seen.
The identity of Rey's parents was a mystery in The Force Awakens . In The Last Jedi Kylo Ren told Rey that her parents were "Nobodies" who sold her to drink money. The fans have been debating over the past two years whether Kylo Ren has told the truth or not. His comments indicate that J. J. Abrams wants to give the audience final answers.