Star Wars: the rise of The Skywalker term confirmed by J. J. Abrams – CNET

Star Wars: the rise of The Skywalker term confirmed by J. J. Abrams – CNET

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We have less than a month to Star Wars: the rise of The Skywalker opens in theaters and Director J. J. Abrams talks about the film is the length. The ninth film in the saga runs 2 hours and 21 minutes, Abrams told Entertainment Weekly, though he hedges knew a little, by saying: “I believe.”

This is still long enough that the fans want to maybe cut back on your green or blue milk consumption, but it is not quite as long as originally reported. AMC Theater would have been listed a duration of 2 hours and 35 minutes, made it would be the longest film of the saga. But if Abrams is the right thing to do, is get the film in the second in 2017, Star Wars: The last Jedi, runs 2 hours and 32 minutes.

The shortest main series Star Wars movie was the first of the 1977 original, now known as Star Wars: A New hope, which has managed a whole new universe in only two hours and one minute. But if it has the bubble-busting movies, the Star Wars world, nothing on Marvel. Avengers: the final, ran 3 hours, 2 minutes.

Abrams also revealed on Good Morning America on Monday, that one of the movie actors on the left of a script in a hotel room bed, and it was to someone who put it up for sale on eBay. 

“Someone said at the company, there is a script, that looks like a legit script that said for sale on eBay,” Abrams. You wonder why you don’t see the whole plot leaked on Reddit, then? Disney apparently this auction monitored sites such as the space hawks. “You get it back, before it sold,” Abrams said.

Star Wars: the rise of The Skywalker opens in preview Dec. 19, and officially worldwide on Dec. 20.

Originally published Nov. 25, 11:58 PM PT. 

Released on Tue, 26 Nov 2019 02:21:00 +0000

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