Lucasfilm’s Kathleen Kennedy on What George Lucas Thinks of ‘Force Awakens …

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How ‘Star Wars” John Boyega got Iron Man as a mentor.

The 23-year-old star of “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” was starting to question a lot of things about what life would hold now that he was part of what’s expected to be one of the biggest films of all time.The 32-year-old switched from a bright sky blue frock do a dark steely grey dress as she attended two separate shoots to promote The Force Awakens in Mexico City It must have been an extra special event for the 32-year-old, who was born in the Mexican capital, before her family moved back to Kenya when she was less than a year old.

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We will supply your contact details to JB Hi-Fi, who will deliver this tablet only to your registered subscription address and will email you with dispatch details. He didn’t want to burden his fellow veteran cast mates like Harrison Ford, Carrie Fisher and Mark Hamill with questions about their experiences and how they handled their light speed ascendancy to otherworldly stardom. I’m going to be in ‘Star Wars.’ If he has time, can Robert Downey Jr. mentor me?” He wasn’t exactly sure that it would result in anything, but figured it was worth a shot.

It was the start of a true friendship that’s since resulted in more hours-long chats, hang-outs, and even a chicken and waffles date. “Good lord we get deep,” Boyega said of their conversations. “For the most part it’s definitely private, but in general, his thing has always been inner peace and how to deal with this on a mental level. Offers are available to new customers with an Australian residential address who have not held a digital subscription with The Australian in the 6 months preceding subscribing for this offer.

Taking care of your mental health is something that he talks to me about.” Whether it’s Downey’s influence or not, Boyega has been weathering the attention with expert grace — even the ugly stuff. Finn could have been anyone. “The ‘Star Wars’ fans, their reputation can’t be ruined by a few individuals,” Boyega said. “Let’s just leave them on their island and go and enjoy a ‘Star Wars’ movie.” “I will be everywhere, and I don’t mean on the posters,” he said. “I want to see exactly how people are feeling.

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