Rian Johnson rules out Knights of the Old Republic joining Star Wars

Alicia Farmer
Декабря 6, 2017

Rian Johnson single-handedly just earned a bunch of nerd cred while simultaneously disappointing nerds everywhere with just one interview.

The sci-fi saga has spawned a number of spin-off TV shows, books and video games, with RPG being one of the most popular and immersive pixelated adventures.

"What it means to me is that people can see themselves in a hero like this, in a movie like this ― which I love ― not only LGBT but Latinos, that there is a representation out there for that", he said. Yeah, that's a fantastic game.

Despite Isaac being open to the possibility of Poe being an LGBTQ character, he seemed to confirm no clear answer would be given when "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" premieres on December 15. "I was actually having this discussion with my dad, because I was like, you know, people go to the hair dresser to get their hair done, people go to the gym to get their bodies done". "For me, the exciting thing about the new trilogy is the notion of how wide open it is and the idea of what can we create", he continued to say.

"Oh, [fans] love Knights of the Old Republic".

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As Uproxx noted, there's not a lot of new material in the trailer, except for a scene at the two-minute mark.

Or maybe Poe makes out with Finn and he just doesn't want to spoil it.

The 25-year-old actor believes there are some great "fan theories" that could be used as story ideas for the big screen.

IRISH Star Wars fans are set to descend on Co Kerry next weekend to celebrate the release of the latest movie in the series.

Speaking to Collider, Boyega said: "I think they need to go back to the Old Republic, how they do in the games, and discover what's going on there".

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