The Opening Credit Crawl From Star Wars: The Last Jedi Expected To Be Huge!

Fans are still trying to calm themselves down after the trailer for Star Wars: The Last Jedi dropped the other day especially with Star Wars celebration finishing up yesterday, and today we have more information on the upcoming sequel, and it comes straight from director Rian Johnson himself.

Fans expect to see a set number of things during while watching a Star Wars movie,   intergalactic chase scenes, a user of the Force’s dark side, a Jedi to fight against the Sith, information about the Jedi code and the infamous credit crawl at the start of the film. The news we got about the film from director Johnson is about the credit crawl themselves. In a recent interview Johnson revealed how long the opening credit crawl for The Last Jedi will be:

“Even if it picks up right where the last one left off, there’s still a lot of unanswered questions about what the state of everything is, we were able to fill three paragraphs,” Johnson said in a recent interview with MTV.

Fans might be surprised to hear that the credit crawl will be long but given how close The Last Jedi is to The Force Awakens as Johnson said himself, there is a lot of unanswered questions that fans will be dying to know the answers to. It appears we are set to get those answers at the start of the next film. We for one certainly can’t wait to see what the credit crawl has to offer us given the events that took place during TFA and what could potentially happen during The Last Jedi.

Star Wars: The Last Jedi is set to hit cinemas on December 15.

 

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