¡AY, AY, AY, para mi que eso quiere decir que Kylo Ren es el padre de Rey...! ;-)
Rian is coming into something that we kind of set up and he just took it to the next level in a really great way. He wrote it, too, and Rian’s writing is so clear.
I learned a lot of things about my character through his writing. Some things we talked about before and some things we didn’t.
He was working on [the script] while we were still working on the first one. To understand what J.J. was doing and take ownership from there is kind of a remarkable thing.
It’s great. It’s similar to how The Empire Strikes Back has a different tone.
For that people always go “oooh, it’s dark” but I don’t know that it necessarily is. It’s just different in tone in a way that I think is great and necessary but also very clear.
He trusts [that] his audience is ready for nuance and ambiguity. He’s not dumbing anything down for someone and that’s really fun to play.
No one’s relaxing. Well, I can’t speak for everyone, but I didn’t feel more relaxed as if we’d accomplished anything.
It’s one more reason we have to redouble our efforts and just make it even more specific, but then you also have to let it all go and not think too much while you’re working on it.
It’s not my job to worry about the bigger picture or what it means or try to appease a certain group of people.
It’s my job to read the script, be prepared, and be generous to the other people that I’m acting with in order to tell the best version of the story that Rian came up with.
Then whatever it means and whatever meaning people attach to it, by that point it’s not my responsibility.
En resumen: el dice sus líneas, y si la película no tiene ni pies ni cabeza, como la anterior, las reclamaciones, al maestro armero...
ESTO NO SUENA NADA ALAGÜEÑO...