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How Disney Decides 'Star Wars' Spoilers, And More Details on the Porgs

How Disney Decides 'Star Wars' Spoilers, And More Details on the Porgs
From Slashfilm - October 10, 2017

The very exciting new trailer forStar Wars: The Last Jedi took the internet by storm last night, thrilling some, disappointing others, and giving everyone more of what they really crave: Porgs! While the new trailer gave us some fresh looks at the new film, much of what happens inThe Last Jedi is still shrouded in secrecy. And thats by design. In a new interview,The Last Jedi director Rian Johnson gives thoughts onStar Wars spoilers, working with Carrie Fisher, and of course, Porgs. Get the details onStar Wars spoilers (and Porgs!) below.

Filled with danger and excitement, the newStar Wars: The Last Jedi trailer is all kinds of great. If you werent already hyped for the next chapter in the newStar Wars saga (and yeah right, we already know you were), this new trailer would certainly seal the deal. What I love most about the newLast Jedi trailer is how well it sets the story up without giving too much away. Playing things close to the vest has become all part of the plan for Disney with their newStar Wars franchisethe details forThe Force Awakens were kept under heavy lock and key. In a new interview with Yahoo,The Last Jedi director Rian Johnson talkeda bit about what its like to work in the secret world ofStar Wars:

A year ago, maybe even more than that, my producer Ram [Bergman] and I sat down with the folks at Lucasfilm and said, OK, this is what were going to reveal here and there, and this stuff were never going to reveal until the movie comes out. We came up with a no-fly list of, under no circumstances is this shown or that shownIt is a fascinating process. Its something that for me, just having been a fan my whole life, suddenly being behind the curtain and seeing how it works and seeing how deliberate it is, has been really fascinating.

In the detailed interview, Johnson also talks a bit about working with the late Carrie Fisher, who died last December, making her role as Leia inThe Last Jedi one of her very last. Johnson talks about how important the role was for Fisher, and how she understood its iconic implications:

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