Listen or watch below! Oscar Isaac spoke briefly about the vibe of the production for Episode IX, saying it is looser and more relaxed than the previous two films. While this isn’t a big news story by any stretch, it does allow us to get an idea of how Abrams is approaching the final installment. We give our takes on this as well as Jon Favreau’s nostalgia based Easter Egg teasers from the set of The Mandalorian!
Since news was light, to close it all out, we answered more of your questions than usual this week in #AskTheResistance like – Is The Mandalorian being used as a testing ground for new directors?? Did your questions get picked for the show? Join us and find out!
J. J. Abrams Has Less to Prove with Star Wars: Episode IX
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