"We thought, let's get a real doc filmmaker who is going to have a perspective", said Johnson on stage in conversation with Vanity Fair's Joanna Robinson. Directed by Anthony Wonke, the featurette shows us the tremendous heart of Rian Johnson in spades.
"Basically, we did a mix where there is no dialogue, no sound effects, no backgrounds - nothing but the score just playing at regular, ideal level", Johnson said.
Luke Skywalker's gruff, disillusioned old man in Star Wars: The Last Jedi left a lot of fans angry.
The actor also doubled down on his apology for causing division with his original comments about his creative clash with Johnson, explaining that the perceived negativity came from his own love for the franchise.
In addition to being limited to what service you can purchase a 4K UHD digital version of the latest Star Wars release, you'll have to have specific hardware as well. Perhaps I had my expectations set too high and set myself up to be disappointed, but I just couldn't get into the story. "To me, one of my favorite shots of the movie is those two fingers touching", Johnson said.
Who knows when we'll see young Luke Skywalker, but we'll definitely be seeing young Han Solo in Solo: A Star Wars Story, in theaters May 25, 2018.
Showdown on Crait - Break down everything that went into creating the stunning world seen in the movie's final confrontation, including the interplay between real-word locations and visual effects, reimagining the walkers, designing the crystal foxes, and much more. "I had lots of frightful ideas", Hamill said. If Episode IX sticks the landing and features Luke prominently as a Force Ghost, then it's likely that the film's harshest critics will be more forgiving of the movie as time marches on. And Mark Hamill is not wrong when he tells Frank Oz that the puppeteer has not aged in the span of three decades. Johnson revealed in the Q&A that "George gave me an incredibly gracious good luck call". Just that incredible score.