- Nigerian Hollywood actor John Boyega has shared some juicy details about his upcoming film Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker
- While joining in on Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon on November 27, Boyega revealed some things that won't be heard in the movie
- Reports state that the movie is expected to earn as much as $200 million (N72.5 billion)
Nigerian Hollywood actor John Boyega stopped by The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon on Wednesday, November 27, to talk about his upcoming film Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker but he wasn't allowed to reveal any spoilers.
Rather the 27-year-old actor shared some of the 'Things You Won't Hear in Star Wars.' According to reports, the film Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker is expected to earn as much as $200 million (N72.5 billion) at the opening weekend at box office and fans of Star Wars are gearing up for the latest edition of the movie.
It was gathered that The Star Wars franchise has spawned multiple films and cartoons. The franchise started with a film trilogy set in medias res—beginning in the middle of the story—which was later expanded to a trilogy of trilogies.
The original trilogy was released between 1977 and 1983, the prequel trilogy between 1999 and 2005, and a sequel trilogy began in 2015, and will end in 2019.
As the latest movie is set to be released, many fans are psyched including one of the leading actors, Boyega who keeps hinting on what is to be expected.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier shared a collection of the funniest, cutest and most memorable lines that either the Star Wars canon or its fandom brought us.
The Star Wars franchise has a lot of devoted fans all over the world who know everything about the fantastic universe and characters.
Whether you are the biggest admirer of the saga or a person who only know the basics about it, you will appreciate these amazing Star Wars puns, jokes and pick up lines.
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