The Cast of Star Wars: The Last Jedi Talk Kylo Ren, Jedi Controversy, Harrison Ford & Secrets

The Cast of Star Wars: The Last Jedi Talk Kylo Ren, Jedi Controversy, Harrison Ford & Secrets

Director Rian Johnson, Mark Hamill, Daisy Ridley & Adam Driver from Star Wars: The Last Jedi. Adam talks about playing an evil character, Daisy discusses her character’s family, Rian settles the debate over whether or not Jedi is plural in this movie’s title, and Mark reveals that he kept a huge secret and he does a great impression of Harrison Ford.

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The Cast of Star Wars: The Last Jedi Talk Kylo Ren, Jedi Controversy, Harrison Ford & Secrets
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90 Responses

  1. Blazerak says:

    5:20
    Harrison Ford’s reaction is so perfect lol.

  2. charley15z says:

    It makes me sad that Carrie isn’t there to be hilarious.

  3. Philm says:

    Daisy is such a stunnerrrr damnnnnn

  4. Hai Hai Kazuma desu gonna steal your pantsu says:

    Daisy ridley 😍

  5. Alec Ramsbottom says:

    5:33 *DAMN* Mark Hamill has a better Harrison Ford voice than Harrison Ford!!!!!!

  6. Rolando Mota Villalobos says:

    Adam Driver is so hot

  7. Bembem Foiti says:

    In german it is named β€žDie letzten Jediβ€œ…… That is plural

  8. Hoochie with the fat Coochie says:

    Adam Driver has a similar deadpan sense of humour like Harrison Ford.

  9. Jo S. says:

    Adam is so charismatic. Hes not “pretty” but has something. Has IT. The secret ingredience.

    • Peach says:

      He’s gorgeous

    • Tony, The Stark says:

      angelique mercado Nope. Not at all, I’m just a realist. He’s probably the least charismatic member of the cast. So for anyone to find him “charismatic” it must be because he’s a celebrity.

    • angelique mercado says:

      Tony, The Stark wow, that’s kinda shallow to say lol. You know it’s actually possible to be intrigued by someone. And they don’t have to have money honey.Just saying.

    • Tony, The Stark says:

      But what I’m saying, in this case, is that you would never be intrigued by him if you saw him on the street and he was a random guy.
      Charisma is something that someone radiates, that can’t be explained, and it’s something that he doesn’t have. At all.

    • angelique mercado says:

      Tony, The Stark well some people are like that. I guess it’s how the person perceives others. But have you seen any of Adams other movies? Or interviews? Or how he talks about his time in the Marines? Idk for me I think he’s got it. But maybe it’s because I’m more aware of him idk. But everyone sees things or people in a different light sometimes lol.

  10. Fiorenza Agazzi says:

    I was born in 1995 and I have watched star wars on DVD knowing that Vader is Luke’s dad all along. With social networks and everything else my generation can rarely enjoy a good plot twist in a movie because as soon as you open Facebook Tweeter and (especially) YouTube you get spoiled. Anyway I hope that revealing Rey’s parents will be at least a little surprising, they seem to be doing a good job by keeping the secret

    • Michael Marhal says:

      ah, reys heritage is the least surprising part of the rollercoaster that is the last jedi. it’s crazy. rey, luke and ben are basically outlaws who do not side with anyone by the end of the film.

    • JuanMa Rodriguez says:

      Fiorenza Agazzi I was born in 99′ and I watched it without knowing… Guess it was cause no one around me watched Star Wars. Got lucky I guess

    • Hades Raven says:

      Fiorenza Agazzi Exactly, I agree

  11. Jonas Schmidt says:

    In the German and in the French Title it is translated so that it means 2 Jedi!

  12. Die KΓΆnigsklasse says:

    In Germany we have a title spoiler because it’s plural!!!

    • jay garrick says:

      CarlHH777 read the opening crawl of the force awakens right now in English ..what do you read?..I guess they screwed up in using it singular there too

    • Rusty Shackleford says:

      Jedi is used in a singular and plural sense. So saying they translated to plural doesn’t mean much since they could’ve easily screwed it up

    • jay garrick says:

      Rusty Shackleford you’re right I heard it used singular and plural….just as β€œI and a Jedi”. And β€œtime for the Jedi to end”

    • DiamondFire says:

      All translations were confirmed to be incorrect

  13. Daniel Rice says:

    I have to be honest, I hate Rey as a character. I love kylo and luke.

  14. LR says:

    So why in french the title is “Les Derniers Jedi” (plural) ?!

  15. Jason Yuen says:

    they needed the 66-year-old guy in the room to entertain everyone else, and that’s when you realize any of the OG star wars cast were just more talented than the new breed of entertainers. they don’t make them the same anymore.

    • Ste H says:

      Jason Yuen – That hardly seems a fair assessment.

    • SerWarden says:

      Boyega is pretty entertaining. Besides, the younger cast have been told to shut up, and they don’t have any old stories that they could share. Look up 40 years from now and they’ll be sitting there entertaining the audience

    • mugensamurai says:

      You know he had 40 years to learn how to be talented right?

    • TelFiRE TelFiRE says:

      Lmao this is a joke right? Listen I am an OG Star Wars Fanboy, original trilogy for life, but the acting is lightyears better in the new ones. Mark Hammil is a talented voice actor now but when he was in Star Wars he was a completely untrained n00b and he sucked horribly at acting. Everyone knows Star Wars has historically had terrible actors. And the new ones are actually good. There’s no contest.

    • MicahMane says:

      Jason Yuen After this movie gets released it will be better. I think it’s more about not stepping on anyone’s toes as opposed to talent or any lack thereof.

  16. Niegle R6s says:

    The German translation of “The Last Jedi” is in plural

  17. Reggie Kray says:

    WOW MANDELA EFFECT look jimmy sais at 2:32 Luke I am ur father but they blank out the sound when he said Luke but u can see his lips say it

    • Sean's Myth says:

      Can’t tell if you’re being serious but in case you are, that is not the correct line from the film. Luke’s name is not spoken in that line. And why would it have it been purposely edited out anyway? Makes no sense.

    • Jacqueline Griffin says:

      Sean’s Myth I mean I researched it and it seems as though they edited it out.

    • Roben Hegge says:

      Okei guys. I dont understand the whole Mandela effect thing. I tried. But listen. Is’nt it possible that the idea of everyone remembering the line “Luke. I am your father” is just a ripple or butterffly effect of someone saying the wrong line out in public and people catching up on the line like its the actual line.

      And btw they DO edit it out in this clip. Thats just weird.

    • E says:

      Why do they edit it out? Extremely strange

  18. TheEliza011 says:

    Adam Driver looks so snob and boring. I think he takes himself too seriously.

    • Ste H says:

      Geert Matthys – You must be that one idiot troll in the comment thread.

    • SperlingTAR says:

      TheEliza011 That’s because it’s his job to act, he know’s his lines, he knows the procedure. Here he is just being himself. In one-on-one interviews he is a lot calmer, I suggest you watch one of them. Or better yet, watch ‘Undercover boss: Starkiller base SNL’, I don’t see how someone who is up themselves could do a skit that is so heavily based on self-deprecating humour.

    • Ste H says:

      TheEliza011 – He might just not enjoy being involved in the whole sales pitch for the movie where everyone is encouraged to agree that it’s the best experience they’ve ever had (when in truth it’s just the most recent), then there’s the whole “well the director is such a great guy and the best I ever worked for”, I just suspect that it gets tiresome after a while. Or maybe Adam was just simply tired, he might be very busy and travelling a lot wears him down, who knows?

    • Sharpe1502 says:

      He has anxiety. Apparently, he’s a nice guy in real life, he’s just shy and awkward. Not everyone can be Jennifer Lawrence.

    • iamroselle says:

      TheEliza011 I dunno if this will help but my sister is a trained nurse who has anxiety when blood is involved…but because she does enjoy the other aspects of the job, she told me “I just had to deal with it because its part of the job”…so i do think it is completely possible for well trained actors to have social anxiety….much like how despite being able to bring laughter to everyone in the world and being such a bubbly person on screen, still, who would have thought that Robin Williams (#RIP legend, i miss himπŸ™) was suffering from depression…which just proves that some great actors can “turn off” whatever issues they have when they are on stage but be completely different people offstage…if that make sense…

      So so sorry for the long reply πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

  19. Matches Malone says:

    Protect Mark at all costs.

  20. moviemaster marco says:

    THAT HARRISON IMPERSONATION IS ON POINT!πŸ˜‚

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