The Last Jedi

Rian Johnson sheds more light on Star Wars: The Last Jedi at IMAX Q&A

Twitter, Tumblr posts speak to the depth of discussion

The following contains heavy spoilers for The Last Jedi via Rian Johnson…

Okay, so I have to get the kids to school shortly, so I’ll cut to the chase:

From a certain point of view, I lied to  you.

I thought there was nothing more to be said about The Last Jedi prior to the debut of the in-home media and book.

Much like Obi-Wan, “I was wrong…”

The machine that is The Last Jedi marches on, driven by its director, Rian Johnson, and a legion of fans.

Case in point: Last night, Johnson sat down for a Q&A and shed light on so much of his film that it’s hardly contained by a single blog post.

Rian dropping the deets

That’s where my heroes come in.


And Sleemo:

Both took the time to recount what Johnson had to give about the film.

Here are just a few of their posts:

I could go on and on and on. Thanks to the two bloggers and to everyone who shared so much from the Q&A. Amazing stuff that I am going to pour through later. Before then, I’ll add one more, this time from Alice, who also gets it right:

Just some great reporting by these folks. Please like, follow, and thank them!

Finally, here’s the link to IMAX’s Facebook feed of the entire event:

I may be updating this post throughout the day, so check back… JB


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John Bishop

A graduate of Boston and Northeastern universities, John Bishop became the beat reporter for prior to the B’s 2006-07 hockey season. While with the Bruins, “Bish” traveled North America and Europe to cover the Black & Gold’s every move via laptop, blog, and smart phone. The co-author of two books, Bygone Boston and Full 60 to History: The Inside Story of the 2011 Stanley Cup Champion Boston Bruins, John covered the XXI Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver in 2010 and the B’s 2011 championship run and banner raising before taking a faculty/communications position at a prep school outside Boston in 2013. He lives with his wife Andrea and sons Jack, Scott, and Luke in central Massachusetts.
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