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Talks about his childhood fandom. When and how did he come up with the title The Last Jedi? Talks about writing the opening crawl. Says they were tweaking it up until the last minute.
If he could go back in time and adjust anything in The Force Awakens, would he change anything? What he learn watching The Force Awakens dailies that impacted his writing of the script? Talks about seeing the actors performing the roles for the first time.
Talks about the collaborative process while writing the script and pitching his story ideas to Lucasfilm. What sequences did he tinker with the most in the editing room? Talks about rearranging the entire section from when Rey leaves the island to when Holdo blows up the Mega Destroyer.
Are they saving even more deleted scenes for a special Blu-ray release down the road? Johnson says he was never told to hold anything back for future home video releases.
Did they ever consider an extended cut? If he could go back in time, what piece of advice would he give himself at the beginning of the shoot? Says the production was a dream. Goes into detail about the creating the Throne Room sequence. Talks about filming the Throne Room fight with the lightsabers.
Image via Disney, Lucasfilm Talks about the evolution of the film as they held friends and family screenings. Says he never considered cutting the scene from the movie.
How much did he incorporate from Star Wars books, comics, and other lore into his decision-making?
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