Fans were a bit confused yesterday when rumours circulated that Rian Johnson’s Star Wars trilogy was dead in the water before it had even begun. The idea was to have another three movies outside of the Skywalker saga. Rian Johnson ‘s plans were announced awhile ago before The Last Jedi’s release in 2017. But the rumour spread quickly on Twitter that he had bailed on the project and post at Lucasfilm. Rian Johnson has jumped in to end the speculation luckily, aiming his hit back at the source of the leak. “No it isn’t true, I’m still working on the trilogy. With all due respect to the movie bros, who I’m sure are lovely kind bros with good fraternal intentions.” The rumour isn’t too surprising as fans are still divided over Johnson’s involvement in the franchise. The Last Jedi remains one of the most divisive entries into the Star Wars movie canon. Despite it being marmite, those who complain are always the loudest and their calling for Johnson’s exit often echoes around Twitter. The people behind the rumour, Superbros, have also Tweeted a reply. Meanwhile, we’re still waiting for a title for Star Wars 9. Star Wars Celebration is in… Read full this story
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