Star Wars 9: Finn's fate had to be totally different according to J
Released in December 2019, Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker brought a conclusion to the postlogy An ending that was sharply criticized by much of the audience, but also by John Boyega, the interpreter of Finn, who recently spoke about what should have been the film before it be taken over by JJ Abrams.
A completely different fate
Definitely, actor John Boyega, who played the repentant stormtrooper Finn, has a lot to reproach with postlogy . After strongly criticizing the underlying racism which would have led the writers to deprive his character of an interesting evolution, the actor recently confided in the root of his disappointmention and his disenchantment.
In an interview with Yahoo, the British actor confided that Finn's fate was profoundly changed during the takeover of Star Wars:The Rise of Skywalker by J.J. Abrams and its screenwriter Chris Terrio. According to Boyega, in the version originally planned by Colin Trevorrow, who was to direct the film and who wrote the first draft of the , Finn and Rose were to travel to Coruscant. Rallying the stormtroopers to their cause, they would have initiated a gigantic revolution .
The actor, very committed to the Black Lives Matter movement, reiterated his accusations against Disney , while softening them, praising of LucasFilm's work on The Mandalorian:
Will John Boyega be seen in a Star Wars? Too early to tell. We can imagine that Disney announces the development of a TV series centered on the character of Finn , to show that they took into account the accusations of the actor ...