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Rian Johnson Is Frustrated By One Common Star Wars: The Last Jedi Misconception

The exhaustive response to a movie as divisive as “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” would discourage most directors from wanting to touch the sci-fi fantasy saga ever again. But Rian Johnson isn’t like most directors, as the filmmaker remains optimistic that his world won’t be devoid of lightsabers and Wookies for much longer. 

Speaking with Business Insider in 2022, the two-time Oscar nominee was asked how he’d feel if he never made another “Star Wars” project again. While he has had no shortage of creative projects on his plate, such as the “Knives Out” films, he nevertheless feels it would be a loss to abandon “Star Wars” entirely. “It wouldn’t be the end of the world for anyone, I think,” he stated. “But I would be sad. I love the world. I love the people. I love ‘Star Wars’ fans. I love the passion of how they engage in it, there’s nothing like telling a story in this world and then experiencing people truly connecting to it and letting you know that. It’s extraordinary. So I’m hoping I get to do it again, but nothing is the end of the world until the end of the world actually happens, which, what day of the week is it?”

Leading up to the release of “The Last Jedi,” it was announced that Johnson would be helming a new “Star Wars” trilogy focused on a different set of characters. Since then, his busy schedule has made it difficult for Johnson to commit to making these films happen. But if his passion for this franchise means anything, it won’t take long for the Force to be with Johnson once more. 

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