But amid mounting criticism surrounding Tran's limited material in the epic finale, "Rise of Skywalker" screenwriter Chris Terrio says her demotion wasn't purposeful, as some have suggested. But Star Wars' sheer scale and cultural cache is precisely what makes the way Boyega's chosen to clap back at unruly fans so important, because it's an excellent reminder that these actors are still just people playing fictional characters and fans should be more respectful when interacting with them regardless of how much they love Star Wars.
When asked about the prospect by Awards Daily, Terrio said, "I wish we could have done that".
Fans and critics alike were displeased with Rose's barely-there presence in the film, especially considering the toxic response to her introduction in "The Last Jedi". I don't think that's in the movie. "That was the natural size of the saga, and so, other than a few initial discussions, we never really advanced that conversation".
Disney set The Rise of Skywalker release date for this past December and it could not be removed. But another interesting aspect is the "backstory that had to be left by the wayside".
The dark side of Star Wars fandom recently reared its head when Kelly Marie Tran, the actress who plays Rose in Star Wars: The Last Jedi, was run off Instagram by misogynistic and racist messages from fans. J Abrams ' episode 9, comes to the place given to the scenes with Leia Organa: "One of the reasons why Rose has a few less scenes than you would like it to have comes from the fact that we had some difficulties to use the recordings of Carrie Fisher in the way that we wanted".
The final moment in the film sees Rey (Daisy Ridley) at Owen and Beru Lars' former moisture farm on Tatooine while looking at the horizon to see two suns setting - echoing the scene in Star Wars: A New Hope where Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill) watches the same suns setting.
Terrio underscored to the Hollywood Reporter on Monday that the issue did not involve "photorealism", as he earlier stated. She admits that they had three months less this time around then they had when working on The Force Awakens.
Yes, what was hard was that you were acting with prerecorded images. It was also insane to be running across this platform - which I know you only see for a second in the movie - but we shot it so many times. "We probably did a lot more takes for scenes with her than without her".