There has been a lot of discussion in the past 1 year about how J.J. Abrams has managed to save the Star Wars Universe. A universe which was almost on its last leg. It has been said that he is going to correct whatever has been spoiled by Rian Johnson. The Rise of Skywalker is supposed to fix whatever happened in the eighth iteration of the Star Wars series.
The people who disliked The Last Jedi grew more unhappy with the launch of the trailer. People seem to forget the fact that this is J.J. Abrams and he isn’t going to make the same mistakes as Johnson.
J.J. Abram talks about how the strategy for making this episode is a lot changed:
“Working on nine, I found myself approaching it slightly differently—which is to say that, on seven, I felt beholden to Star Wars in a way that was interesting—I was doing what to the best of my ability I felt Star Wars should be…(This time) it felt slightly more renegade; it felt slightly more like, you know, F**k it, I’m going to do the thing that feels right because it does, not because it adheres to something.”
Is the movie inspired by The Last Jedi at all?
I adore that J.J. Abrams never again feels committed to bending over to a recently settled recipe. For Star Wars to keep on flourishing, it needs to develop.
Regardless of whether you like The Last Jedi or not, there’s no denying that Rian Johnson changed the scene of Star Wars in such an exceptional way, that it impacted the entryway wide open for Abrams to take the finale in convincing and totally crisp headings while as yet keeping up the embodiment and investigating the theory of Star Wars.
Furthermore, that is by all accounts what J.J. Abrams is going for as well.