Will J.J. Abrams ‘Course Correct’ Star Wars in Episode 9?
To ‘course correct’ means ‘to be set back on the right path’, but is this something J.J. Abrams needs to do with Star Wars Episode IX?
A course correction is an admission that a ship has ventured off the desired trajectory and a subsequent righting of that trajectory. It’s true that The Last Jedi is divisive, and that there are segments of Star Wars fans who feel that Rian Johnson went in an undesirable direction from what Abrams set up for the trilogy in The Force Awakens. This applies ...
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