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Also even if the force exist, is hard to said it have a "way" as it was sentinent being.
granted is one of those thing the lore move around so how knows.
I'm not sure how Oscar Isaac feels about it. Poe still got a pretty good amount of focus.
The force guides but does not control is the one thing that we all accept.
Specifically, I would imagine all three would only come back if and only if they were convinced to come back together or knew the others were coming back.
Kind of a "I'm only doing this is John / Oscar / Daisy says yes" sort of thing.
Edited by KnownUnknown on Sep 14th 2020 at 11:29:26 AM
And I imagine they would have to be quite assured that the writing for their characters would be better.
The negotiations would be quite the sight, really.
Man I feel bad for Adam Driver since its not like he can negotiate future contracts to not be crap.
I think if Marvel was able to get Natalie Portman to reprise her role as Jane Foster, then they can get Daisy Riddley to reprise her role as Rey if the opportunity arises.
All it will take is the right pitch by the right people. Like let's say the Obi Wan series turns into a smash hit. That means it's director, Deborah Chow, is pretty much going to have a lot of choices if she wants to make another Star Wars projectnote apparently Obi Wan is designed to be a one off miniseries, which is probably for the best since there's only so many clandestine adventures the "crazy old hermit" can have before it starts getting a little silly. If Deborah Chow were to then pitch a series or movie that includes Rey, she will have the credibility needed to convince Daisy Riddley to come on board.
Or alternatively they'll do it exactly like Marvel did and have Taika Waititi ask her. He is making a Star Wars movie after all...
Edited by Falrinn on Sep 14th 2020 at 4:50:13 AM
Miniseries sounds about right. Theirs only so much we could see and it going on for years makes no sense as theirs only like so much he could fight their.
Yeah, and while I do think they can probably justify him taking a brief excursion offworld, there's only so much time he can spend away before it starts looking like he's just bad at his job.
A miniseries solves most of the potential problems with the concept of an Obi Wan series because it's just too short for those potential problems to become egregious.
Adam Driver has the most pull out of all the actors, like Kylo Ren had the most developed arc and best actor.
Which says a lot about the ST.
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Edited by RedHunter543 on Sep 14th 2020 at 8:31:30 AM
Driver had well received roles before, during and after the ST, he'll be fine. Isaac too has enough "proper actor" cred that he won't really be affected much by the fallout. Boyega and Ridley are the two most at risk of being dragged down by the sinking ship.
I don't know about that. Boyega has appeared in the not-Attack-On-Titan sequel and Ridley.... um...
Well Emilia Clarke still has a career, even after Game of Thrones
Didn't Bogyea's film bomb ?
Uh well daisy.....Was in Peter rabbit. That's uh something....
Acting is a tough industry.
Boyega might be better off transitioning into more of a stage actor where he can involve himself more in his causes without it being made a huge deal like movies tend to be.
For the record I am not questioning those causes or his beliefs but I feel that certain parties will pull the "keep his politics out of his films" card which he isn't established enough yet to survive. Which is a shame because he's a MUCH better actor than SW let him show.
Just two day ago, Boyega had a public spat with an advertiser who replaced him in a Chinese ad with a local (because China) and quit over it. This isn’t going to stop any time soon it seems.
China still screwing him over even now.
"like Kylo Ren had the most developed arc and best actor."
Clearly another proof of the superiority of the dark side over the light
China's just a cesspit of racism to anything not Chinese so that goes without saying. Remember when Finn got a way less prominent spot in the Chinese version of the movie posters?
And I remember that after TFA, Ridley was also part of the Murder on the Orient Express music.
I'll not deny the Chinese government sucks, but I sort of feel like "China made them do it!" has becomes the new "Smothering editors/producers/upper management in general made them do it!" in terms of deflecting blame for flawed writing.
They dont need to do anything. Most films that hardcore pander to china like this dont end up doing well in china anyway. So their more or less shooting themselves in the foot.
Edited by miraculous on Sep 15th 2020 at 12:34:53 PM
The problem is that there's a much clearer etiology connecting Chinese censorship than there is connecting Executive Meddling — a vaguely defined term that can encompass censorship, but also just, for example, a common sense directive to meet deadlines that grind against a director's rampant egomania.
The real danger is that Hollywood will increasingly self-censor — and already to an extent is — in an effort to anticipate the CCP's orthodoxy and "work towards the Fuhrer."
Pandering towards China isn't precisely the same thing as satisfying CCP censors.
Actually, that brings up a good question: How representative of the average Chinese moviegoer is the CCP censorship policy?
Edited by CrimsonZephyr on Sep 15th 2020 at 3:39:31 PM
We've been discussing that in the Mulan thread. Mainland viewer response to the new Mulan has been fairly muted despite Disney practically making the movie according to a CCP checklist.
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