“It’s not about what you think of it.
It’s about how much you love it.
I mean, I would love to be on that set, just because it would be so great to be able to be in that universe.
I would also love to go back and shoot the pilot.”
The original “Star Trek” franchise has since become one of the most enduring of pop culture franchises, having spawned a whole new generation of fans worldwide.
While it has been decades since “Star Wars” was rebooted for a new trilogy, fans have seen their favorite characters return in all of the subsequent “StarTrek” films.
It has also been a long time since the franchise was reboot, but it looks like “Star War” fans will get a chance to see the franchise return to form when “Starring Captain America: The Winter Soldier” opens in theaters in December.
Star Wars: The Last Jedi, directed by Rian Johnson, stars Daisy Ridley, Mark Hamill, Mark Ruffalo, Anthony Mackie, Daisy Ridley and Forest Whitaker.
It hits theaters on Dec. 15, 2019.
Check out our exclusive interview with Star Wars: Last Jedi’s director, Rian ‘R2D2’ Johnson!
Star Wars Insider: When did you get involved in the Star Wars saga?
R2: I think I was in my mid-teens, maybe even early twenties, and I’d already heard about the franchise.
But it was always pretty cool.
I didn’t really know that much about it, so I was excited to be a part of it, just like everyone else was.
Star Wars has always been a part my life, but for the first time in a while I was able to see it through a different lens.
StarWars.com: What made you want to direct “StarWars: The Final Frontier?”
R2I’ve always been interested in Star Wars since I was a kid, and the fact that Disney and Lucasfilm were trying to bring Star Wars to life was pretty cool to me.
So I’m very excited to get this opportunity to do something I’ve been doing since I can remember.
StarTrekkies.com (StarTreks.com): How would you describe the story?
R3: “The Final Frontier” takes place in the year 2 BBY.
That’s when the original “Trekkie” trilogy, “The Emperor’s New Groove” and “The Rise of the Empire,” took place.
As the series goes on, there are a lot of characters we learn about throughout the saga.
The story is set in the near future, but the characters that we know and love are all still around.
Star Trek: The Next Generation’s “The Doomsday Machine” was also a big inspiration for “The Last Jedi,” but the story of the ship was a bit more in the future.
The idea was that we would have to go into the Delta Quadrant to find the ultimate technology.
Star Trek: Voyager’s “Encounter at Farpoint” is the first episode of “The Next Generation.”
StarWars Insider: What’s the most surprising thing about the story you’re telling?
R1: I just think that it’s an incredibly beautiful thing to be telling in the present, in a world that’s so different than the one we were living in, and that we have to navigate and survive.
But that’s not to say that we’re not going to have to do some things differently.
We’re going to be dealing with some big issues.
I don’t want to say “the bad guys,” because I think the bad guys are the same as everybody else.
They’re just doing something a little different.
Star wars: The End of Days is set at the end of the “Trek.”
What did you think about “Star-Wars: Episode VIII” when it was released?
It’s not a story you see everyday, but you’re very familiar with it.
R1 I really enjoyed it.
I loved the tone of it and the way the whole story plays out.
I think that was the big thing that drew me in.
I’m not sure if I was expecting it to be that good.
It was really fun, and it’s definitely a different kind of story.
Star of Tomorrow’s “Wings of Serenity” is set during the “Star Destroyer” battle.
What do you think is the most important thing for Star Trek fans to know about the new film?
R0 It’s going to touch a lot on things that are happening in the universe.
This is the beginning of a new era for Star Wars.
Star-Wars Insider (StarWarsInsider.com)Star Wars Rebels’ “Sith” is about the Mandalorian Wars.
What is the story behind the character?
R4 I think it’s a really interesting character to bring to the screen, and there’s definitely going to come a point where I think