He also had a conversation about Leia's float in space moment! It's so much bigger. No, seriously. For the most part, critics loved Rian Johnson's bold, unexpected take on Episode VIII, but some Star Wars fans were upset with the way the film obliterated their hard-spun theories and reshaped old Jedi mythology.
Sure, some elements of The Last Jedi felt like a deliberate attempt to build off what came in The Force Awakens, but there is an air to the whole Disney Star Wars endeavor that suggests that the company is winging it. And best of all, he did it without typing a word.More news: KeyCorp Comments on Chesapeake Lodging Trust's Q4 2017 Earnings (CHSP)
Rian started the thread with the eyeball emojis to let his followers know that he could see their critiques. In the photos, Johnson locates the 2011 book Star Wars: The Jedi Path that explains how Luke used an "advanced Force technique" to "create a short-lived duplicate of himself". In response to that, our resident Star Wars expert, Andrew Todd, tells me: "I'd point out that while it was pre-New Canon, Rian Johnson putting it into The Last Jedi makes it New Canon by default, anyway". Furthermore, Luke could have taken it further by including troops that weren't actually present.
Like this one about what happened to Luke's metal hand at the end of the film - a question Hamill himself had. "She should be able to use the force, but my perception would've been that it would've been in a very limited capacity due to her focus on politics and not training with the force".More news: Manchester United, Arsenal complete Mkhitaryan-Alexis Sanchez swap
Since the sequel to The Force Awakens hit theaters in December, many fans have vehemently expressed outrage at some of the writer and director's decisions when it comes to established facts and precedents in the Star Wars galaxy. But we've never seen a Jedi do this.More news: Smith for saying Damian Lillard needs to demand trade