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Mary Jo Markey, the editor of J.J. Abrams, returns on the difficulty of reconstructing a story for episode IX after "The Last Jedi" by Rian Johnson. According to her, the last Star Wars trilogy lacked "a single vision".
The last Star Wars trilogy received mixed critical feedback from the public. Fans have focused most of their criticism of director and screenwriter, who is accused of having closed many of the potential narrative arcs installed in in his film . Today, , the editor of (director of episodes 7 and 9) gives her point of view on the last three feature films of the Skywalker saga at the microphone of the podcast :
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It is very strange to have a second film which also consciously defeats the history of the first. I'm sorry, that's how it was taken. I don't think this is true for the third film. He picks up where the second one ended and tries to tell a story. I don't think [Skywalker's Ascension] was consciously trying to defeat ... I didn't feel like it.
Markey pursues and tempers, about the Last Jedi directed by Rian Johnson :
"It's a completely different look at the Star Wars saga. We must admit to Rian that he clung to what he wanted to do it. He wanted to deconstruct the saga and take it in a different direction and that's what he did with his film. I know it's controversial. But isn't it positive, in a way? He brought in new elements. That's why I think that after the fact, the trilogy, the last part of the trilogy, needed only one vision. "
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The Ascension of Skywalker grossed $ 1.07 billion, The Last Jedi $ 1.3 billion and The Force Awakens $ 2.06 billion. Disney therefore reimbursed the purchase of Lucasfilm from the original creator of Star Wars,, but produced a film with a complicated filming which displeased the public: . The franchise has revived in series with , currently available on Disney +.
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