“The Last Jedi” remake could be in the making if a booming campaign to get it on film has any success.
Fans of the “Star Wars” saga were split after the release of “The Last Jedi” in December 2017. Some viewers were calling it the most hated “Star Wars” entry and even wanted it removed from the entire series, CNET noted.
So, the campaign Remake The Last Jedi started to not only satisfy “one half” of the audience but bring happiness to the Star Wars fandom in general. It would give Disney the chance “to course correct the ‘Star Wars’ franchise,” Remake The Last Jedi stated.
On Wednesday, the organization tweeted:
The campaign claimed to have producers who would cover the budget for the film but also asked individuals to contribute as well. It reported raising more than $13 million in pledges, but that has been unsubstantiated, since it is not on a popular fundraiser site.
“The Last Jedi” director, Rian Johnson, even hopped on the bandwagon, ignoring the death threats he had once received from disgruntled fans.
Some fans have their own unique ideas:
Those happy with “The Last Jedi” prefer no changes:
There is some skepticism.
Actor Seth Rogen was more to the point, asking how did the campaign get investors without a script, stars, or director. He also tweeted:
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