Has JJ Abram shot all his films without a plan? – Movie daily

Stop the presses! JJ Abrams just discovered Star Wars The movie was not well planned!

Okay, bet.

Okay, okay, okay. Joking around, it’s a little refreshing to see the one that’s included in my mind Star Wars Fiasco acknowledges its issues to some extent. What JJ Abrams did in the original new interview Collider Where he made films, the challenges of filmmaking, and, of course, Star Wars. But can we implement that? SW The bomb of truth for the rest of his career?

Setting the stage

Those of you who are just not sure what happened behind the scenes Star Wars Trilogy, let’s present some references. Lucasfilm hired JJ Abrams to direct the first of three new films SW Film – A Challenge The filmmaker was initially reluctant to take on. Eventually, the Abrams went for it, and delivered what they remember for the most successful reconstruction Star Wars To pop culture.

In The ball wakes up, JJ Abrams managed to provide us with new sets for future movies, while checking on old favorites. So we met Ray, Finn and Pola, but we also met Han Solo, Princess Leia and Luke Skywalker. By the end of the movie, Abram had accomplished his goal: the people were excited Star Wars Couldn’t wait to see what happened again.

The problem, however, was that “what happened next” wasn’t really determined. Although The ball wakes up Ended up in Cliffhanger, and with so many questions set up for answers, JJ Abrams didn’t really know what would happen in the movies that followed. Looks like no one in Lucasfilm really knew. They all know that Ryan Johnson and Colin Trevor write and direct each lesson.


That’s what Ryan Jason says The last JD Was A divisive Star Wars movie There will be an understatement. Johnson’s sequel The ball wakes up The story was taken to unexpected places – places that not everyone likes. The angry story appeared on some hardcore SW Corners: Ryan Johnson was the villain and JJ Abrams deviated from what he originally imagined for new films.

After Colin Trevor dropped his third film, Lucas Films reinforced the line of thinking when he brought Abram back to finish the trilogy. Written and directed by JJ Abram The rise of Skywalker In a way that very much felt like an attempt to fix wild ideas from Ryan Johnson’s second film. “No, Ray is nobody, Ray is actually a descendant of Palpatin!” That kind of stuff.

Such invisible installment-to-installment storytelling seems like a surprise to manage a franchise. Star Wars. And yet the same new films were handled. Comment by JJ Abram Collider Try to be fairly obscure for the whole process, but the points he makes are inevitable.

Learn a lesson

“I think I’ve been learning the lesson for a while and that’s something I’ve been working on with writers in this epidemic year. [has become clear]The lesson is that you should plan things as carefully as possible, and you should always be able to respond unexpectedly. And all sorts of unexpected things can happen, and I think there’s nothing more important than knowing where you’re going. “

That is JJ Abram North ColliderQuestion about if he feels the latest Star Wars Planning at the beginning of the film would be beneficial. The filmmaker admits that even the best plans can be awkward, but he eventually believes it is good to know where you are going. Looking at his filmography, it’s easy to believe Abram always happens Thoughts Where the story is happening. But is that enough?

Two examples that immediately come to mind Star Wars Work is a TV show by JJ Abrams Elias & Lost. Both series presented Extremely complex conspiracy, And the two would sometimes make things that were going on together. Kind as of now SW Trinity but Abram has proved that he can also tell hard structured stories, just like his Star Trek Movies. So his method sometimes works.

JJ Abrams is definitely an artist who likes to swing for the fence. Her approach to big ideas in storytelling can provide memorable experiences, but it can also frustrate the audience. How you feel about Abram’s work is active and open Star Wars? Let us know in the comments!

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