'Last Jedi' director Rian Johnson's 'holy crap' moments
Walking up the ramp, walk into the hallway, I flashback to when I was a kid and with the action figures inside.
Suddenly I had a big lump in my throat.
[LAUGH] This is how they, they know they get you.
[UNKNOWN] set here we go, stand by.
Ryan is doing many unexpected things, and taking characters in new directions.
The individual stories of these characters are elevated and made fresh and new.
And that's what I love about Rian's approach to the story.
It's like a real journey of discovery.
Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to Episode 8.
First time shooting with Mark, first time shooting with Daisy.
First time shooting a Star Wars movie and we got some cool stuff.
Sad like a dog whimper,
[LAUGH] Yeah, that's great.
Ryan's wonderful personality is all over this film.
[APPLAUSE] There's too many of everybody.
I misjudged this.
He has flaws in other areas.
I just don't know about them.
There's the wierd thing that happens when it's being built and when you first show up on it.
You're kind of overwhelmed by it all.
And then you get into the nitty gritty of working on it.
Ready and action.
And naturally, that level of it goes away, and you find yourself just focused on making a scene work, getting the shots.
And then, once in a while, you're taking a little break, and sitting back [UNKNOWN].
You get the holy [INAUDIBLE] [SOUND]
concerntrated works with the [UNKNOWN].
very nice guys
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