Amid a racist scandal “Oscar” the Director of “Star wars” hinted at the homosexuality of his characters
Ryan Johnson, who was trusted to become the Director and the writer of the eighth episode of “Star wars”, published in Twitter the cartoon, offering a fresh look at the relationship of the main characters of the seventh film In Dameron, Finn and Rey. Figure heroes-men kissing and the heroine looks at them with an ambiguous smile. From watched the droid BB-8.
Johnson gave no explanation for publication, and fans of “Star wars” immediately put forward the version about same-sex love interest in the continuation of the space Saga. It is worth noting, the fans saw the hints of a romantic relationship Finn and more in “the force Awakening”, this topic is also discussed in an entertaining show.
@davidkwong @clmazin @adityasood @shannonwoodward @zoeinthecities @steveasbell @meganamram @chrizmillr 33:47 pic.twitter.com/mo3hipkOcN
— Rian Johnson (@rianjohnson) on 14 January 2016
A character with a different sexual orientation acted in the novel of Chuck Vending “Star wars: Echoes”, the story became the link between the sixth and seventh parts of the “Star wars”.
It should be noted, Johnson made his significant publication on the background of the scandalthat erupted around the prize “Oscar”. Several actors called for a boycott of the ceremony, troubled by the fact that for the second consecutive year on the list of nominees there are no “colored” applicants. The leadership of the Academy of motion picture arts has already announced his intention to radically alter the composition of those who are responsible to award the most important award in the cinema world, and the critics spoke of the need to assess the films from the point of view of screen time given to the “colored” characters, as it occurred during the struggle for equal representation of women in film.
We will remind, the eighth episode of “Star wars” should be released may 26, 2017. Ninth, a trusted Director Colin Trevorrow, will be launched in cinemas in 2019.