Daisy Ridley Reveals Her Star Wars Diet and Training Regimen: ‘It Became my …

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Han Solo’s 2018 Spotlight Will Be Lawrence Kasdan’s Last ‘Star Wars’ Movie (Report).

Lawrence Kasdan is one of the primary forces bringing Star Wars back to cinema screens, co-writing and producing next month’s Star Wars: The Force Awakens and taking on the same duties on the untitled 2018 Han Solo project — but that latter movie will mark his final contribution to the franchise, Kasdan told a German newspaper. “Star Wars” actor John Boyega has paid tribute to a terminally-ill superfan who died just days after receiving an advance screening of “The Force Awakens.” Daniel Fleetwood’s wife Ashley launched a campaign on social media, appealing to Disney bosses to screen the highly-anticipated sequel for her man as she feared he would not make it to the film’s December release date. Weeks after the project went live, film executives agreed to make one of Daniel’s final wishes come true, thanks in part to the backing of Star Wars stars Mark Hamill, Peter Mayhew and John Boyega. That’s more than enough.” He added that he had little interest in being involved in the Solo movie, but that his family were so excited about the idea for him, he agreed to co-write the screenplay with his son Jon Kasdan.

Abrams’ mind as he embarked on the mammoth task of making the new Star Wars movie. “That was really the only requirement Larry and I imposed on each other: The movie needed to be delightful,” the director told Wired, referring to Lawrence Kasdan, the film’s co-writer. “It was not about explaining everything away, not about introducing a certain number of toys for a corporation, not about trying to appease anyone,” he added in the latest issue of the monthly magazine published on Monday. Daniel, who had been given two months to live over the summer, passed away on Monday after succumbing to spindle cell carcinoma after a three-year battle with the disease. “Daniel put up an amazing fight to the very end,” she wrote. “He is now one with God and with the force. Last Friday, fans went wild as a new version of the film’s trailer with new footage was released with no prior warning on the Japanese version of the Star Wars website.

For the discerning Japanese filmgoer, the trailer rolled out cinematic space-crash scenery, stormtroopers with flame-throwers, new names, more dialogue and a close-up of Chewbacca’s hand (opposable thumb and all), prompting analysis of each picture frame. He will always be my idol and my hero.” “#ForceForDaniel glad you got to see the movie more importantly that you slept in peace [sic],” he tweeted on Tuesday. “God bless you man x x you inspire me xx.”

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