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We spoke with the cast of “Star Wars,” including Carrie Fisher, Daisy Ridley, and John Boyega, about their thoughts on the project, which will be set in the year 2 BBY.
Check out what they had to say:For those who don’t know what “StarWars” is, it’s a sci-Fi saga that tells the story of a young Han Solo, who travels with Princess Leia, who is the daughter of Emperor Palpatine.
Han Solo is a rebel pilot and leader of the Rebel Alliance, and is the first in his family to go to the front lines of the Galactic Civil War.
The saga centers on a ragtag group of young men, all from the planet Tatooine.
In the film, the rebels are trying to overthrow the Emperor, and as the story unfolds, we learn about the dark side of the Force.
The film was originally released in 1977, and has since been re-released five times.
For the cast and crew of “RebelForce,” a film about the Rebellion and its many different characters, we asked the questions they had for us.
The question: If the Star Wars films are “Rebels” and “Rebellion,” what are you hoping for in the sequel?
Carrie Fisher: I don’t really think of it as a sequel.
I think of the original film as something like a family reunion.
The idea is that you come back and you reconnect with all these characters and the characters in the original.
I feel like we’ve all grown up and gotten past the point where we’ve left the show.
Daisy Ridley: It’s very much like being at your grandma’s house.
I always want to be in her kitchen, I want to go in the pantry and see her cooking.
I want her to cook for me.
I have the same sense of humor, the same drive, and the same desire to learn.
I think we’re all in the same place now.
John Boyeg: I hope it comes back.
It’s so much fun and it’s so amazing.
I’m a huge fan.
We’ll definitely be returning for a second season.
Michelle Rodriguez: I think it’s really exciting.
It would be a treat to be back, and hopefully we’ll see something in it that we didn’t get in the first season.
Daisy, you guys are so funny, it really makes me smile!
Matthew Weiner: It feels like we’re back.
I remember going into “Star Trek” one time and just thinking, “I’m going to miss this,” and then the show was so much more than just a series.
We were doing the first Star Trek.
And I’ve never really missed “StarTrek.”
Carrie Fisher said that in the pilot, she saw the USS Enterprise and thought, “Oh, my God, this is really cool.”
So, I thought, why not make a second?
[Laughs] John Boyg said, “The best part of working on the show is watching the people that you work with get better.”
He said he hopes to see people on the “Rebells” get better.
Daisy says, “You don’t have to make a ‘StarTreks’ reunion, you can make a “StarShips” reunion.”
Matthew Weiner says, I’m going into the studio and I’m thinking, I just have to get the ‘StarSets’ back together.
And then, of course, I think I’ll get my own ‘Starfleet.’
I’m trying to keep up with everyone.
I love working with everybody.
They’re my friends.
I just don’t want to lose them.