Star Wars: the Last Jedi: Yoda interpreter scolds fan who insulted Rian Johnson

It’s been almost three years since ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ premiered, but some fans are still keen to criticize the film and even try to insult the cast and director Rian Johnson.

Something similar happened when a fan took to Twitter to speak badly about Johnson and how “he ruined the franchise”.

In response to a post from the director, the young man seemed out of control as he wrote:

“I still haven’t recovered from your terrible entry into the ‘Star Wars’ saga, you shit everything. I hope someday someone messes up something you enjoy, Rian. And I hope that one day you will realize what you have done and apologize EVERY DAY FOR THE REST OF YOUR LIFE. Hope you are in a lot of pain.

Frank Oz, interpreter of the master Yoda since “The Empire strikes back”, wanted to refute the comments of the Internet user and even scolded him because of his rudeness.

“It’s sad to me that you’ve fueled this inner darkness for so long on a movie,” Oz said. “Rian is a great director, screenwriter and human being. Please try to understand that writers and directors are not there to meet audience expectations. A good job breaks expectations. “


It’s sad to me that you have harbored this inner darkness about a movie for so long. Rian is a great director, writer and human being. Please try to understand that the writers and directors are not there to meet the expectations of the audience. A good job breaks expectations.

– Frank Oz (@TheFrankOzJam) November 15, 2020

Frank Oz behind the scenes of ‘Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back’ in 1982

Released in 2017, “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” was a critical and public success, garnering 91% positive reviews on Rotten Tomatoes.

With a budget of $ 200 million, the film raised $ 1.321 billion worldwide.

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