'Star Wars' actor John Boyega apologizes for Kelly Marie Tran comments

Carla Harmon
December 13, 2019

The "Star Wars: Rise of Skywalker" actor continued, "I don't know, for me anyway, when I see that [backlash], I'm like, well, that's actually not true".

"Is this, like, a thing?" But no, it is actually not true.

"Will BB-8 ever find love?" asks Kumail Nanjiani while the A-listers take turns coming through a door and trying to get Daisy taken by surprise.

At one point, Gad is so disappointed in Ridley's non-answers that he pulls out a move straight out of Game of Thrones by ringing a bell and repeating "Shame!" Apple got on board, too, with an updated version of its Clips app with a set of new "Selfie Scenes", including those for the Millennium Falcon and Mega-Destroyer, also from "Star Wars: The Last Jedi".

That's how John Boyega is going to win.

Daisy Ridley revealed she cried when she heard Abrams would be returning: "I cried [and breathed sighs of relief]", Ridley said, explaining that the director brought a comforting sense of structure and security. Boyega said he was glad that Abrams would get to finish the tale he'd begun in Episode VII. Light Effect - which is the final effect of the bunch - allows to you show your allegiance to either the dark or light side by shifting your head to one side of the screen or the other. Naming the song will give away information about what is happening in the movie, so in general, fans don't want spoilers. "I think it's the most stupid thing in the world", he added.

"We've also teamed up with Disney to create limited-edition AR effects that will have you feeling like you're a part of the galactic action when you're making Messenger video calls and taking photos using the Messenger camera".

Travel to a whole new dimension, as you jump into the Lightspeed effect, moving at speeds never reached before. "But also, it's wonderful that they have all this footage that is woven into the story in such a odd way".

Both Tran and Boyega will reprise their respective roles as Finn and Rose in Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker, the concluding chapter of the nine-film Skywalker Saga, out on December 20.

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