Oscar Isaac Describes 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' Scene With Carrie Fisher

  • Oscar Isaac Describes 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' Scene With Carrie Fisher

Oscar Isaac Describes 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' Scene With Carrie Fisher

The trailer video is indeed dominating the social media and the internet, as what we expected, and there is one thing some fans noticed in the video.

With the news that Carrie Fisher will not be appearing in "Star Wars: Episode IX", it looks like "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" will be the final time we see the late actress play the iconic Princess (now General) Leia. Seems like its slightly move to his right eye.

When last we saw Adam Driver's Kylo Ren, he was sporting a pretty gnarly scar through the middle of his face in the closing moments of Star Wars: The Force Awakens.

In Star Wars 7, Rey and Kylo have a major fight, which leaves the commander of the First Order with a permanent scar.

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The 24: Live Another Day star recently spoke out regarding fellow British actor Daniel Kaluuya's casting in horror film Get Out, after screen veteran Samuel L. Jackson suggested black British actors can't fully relate to the racism documented in the American movie.

Director Rian Johnson was asked on Twitter why the scar was changed - whether it was a continuity error or simply for aesthetic. Rian Johnson also added, "It honestly looked goofy running straight up the bridge of his nose".

According to Walt Disney World News Today, Disney has sent out a survey to guests gauging their interest in a possible hotel resort experience inside Disney World, most likely located in Star Wars Land, which would be created to look like you're staying on a starship.

Johnson confirmed: "It was my decision to slightly adjust it, and that was my justification".