LOS ANGELES The subsequent complement in a “Star Wars” tale premieres in Los Angeles on Monday, one of a many rarely expected film releases of a year.
“The Force Awakens”, a initial “Star Wars” film in 10 years, has been cloaked in secrecy, with few sum released.
Old hands Harrison Ford, who played Han Solo, Carrie Fisher, who portrayed Princess Leia and Luke Skywalker actor Mark Hamill lapse in a movie.
They are assimilated by “Star Wars” newcomers Daisy Ridley, John Boyega, Oscar Isaac, Adam Driver, Lupita Nyong’o and Gwendoline Christie.
Here some of a expel report their characters to Reuters:
DAISY RIDLEY ON HER CHARACTER REY:
“Rey is only a immature woman. She’s only a scavenger … vital a paltry life. She works to eat. There’s no romantic support around her, there’s no one broadening her horizons.
And afterwards she meets Finn and they go on this implausible adventure.”
JOHN BOYEGA ON HIS CHARACTER FINN:
“Finn is a Stormtrooper … he’s someone who fights underneath The First Order. The First Order has apparently risen from a remains of a Empire and wants to find a opposite path.
He is in consistent dispute within himself and he crosses paths with Rey.”
OSCAR ISAAC ON HIS CHARACTER POE DAMERON:
“The best commander in a galaxy. He’s got a black helmet, he believes in a force, he is committed to a resistance, he comes from a prolonged line of insurgent fighters.
He’s a bit reckless, he has a problem with management and he’s fervent to infer himself as a leader.”
ADAM DRIVER ON HIS CHARACTER KYLO REN:
“There’s something informed about his dress that seems to really most be an loyalty to Darth Vader though how he behaves is maybe more direct and reduction in control than substantially what people associate with a dim side, I’d say.”
LUPITA NYONG’O ON HER CHARACTER MAZ KANATA:
“You know her name, Maz Kanata, we know she’s a bandit and we know she runs a bar.”
GWENDOLINE CHRISTIE ON HER CHARACTER CAPTAIN PHASMA:
“She is a captain of a Stormtroopers, she is a member of a First Order and partial of a dim side.
She’s a (bounty hunter) Boba Fett impression character and that means that she is not during a forefront of a movement though she creates an impact.”
(Reporting By Rollo Ross in Los Angeles; Writing by Marie-Louise Gumuchian in London; Editing by Ros Russell)