For writer-director @Rian CJohnson, it was surprising how much leeway he was given to cook up the action of #The Last Jedi from scratch: “The pre-set was Episode VII, and that was kind of it.” Among his inventions for the latest #Star Wars saga?
A new world called Canto Bight (“a playground, basically, for rich assholes”) and three significant new characters—including Laura Dern’s Vice Admiral Amilyn Holdo.
Unlike the 61-year-old's jolly demanour on stage moments later, Billy bob looked distinctly stony faced as he forced his way past his former fiancee on his way to picking up his prestigious paperweight.
Dern had told Vanity Fair in early April: 'We had the time of our lives making this. whatever it is, we will come up with something really fun for sure.'And Australian author Moriarty, speaking to the Sydney Morning Herald in an interview published April 11, said that while she is not keen to wrote sequels to her books, she was open to a story written solely for television.
People are asking us a lot if there is room for a Season 2 of this, and I know there is a lot of discussion, so. 'The producers have asked me to see if I can come up with some ideas,' Moriarty said.'I'm absolutely open to it because, once I started thinking, it was too much fun to see what I could do and to see these characters again.
“I left our home to work on a movie,” she once said, “and while I was away, my boyfriend got married, and I’ve never heard from him again.” She went on to marry Harper with whom she has a son, Ellery, aged 12, and a daughter, Jaya, nine. Half of my girl friends and male friends have been through one, and their kids are doing great.
After breaking up in 2010 and reuniting, they finally divorced last year. There’s no shame around it – unless you want to project that on to yourself – but certainly there’s no longer cultural shame.