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Rogue One Writer Reveals the Big Problem with Making Star Wars Movies

Rogue One Writer Reveals the Big Problem with Making Star Wars Movies

Writer Tony Gilroy has been making the press rounds for his new movie Beirut, which he wrote and produced, where he has opened up about his experience on Rogue One. The filmmaker made headlines by revealing on a podcast that the film was in "terrible, terrible trouble" when he was brought on, and now he has opened up about the toughest part of writing a Star Wars movie in this day and age. Here's what the filmmaker had to say below.

"33 million live viewers staring over [your] shoulders, constantly in a town square, screaming about everything that's going on while it's happening. No one's ever had to do that before. No one's ever had to make movies like this before. It's a beautiful thing, it's a passionate thing, it's been an amazing thing, but it makes filmmaking really, really difficult."

Tony Gilroy made his "terrible, terrible trouble" remarks during an appearance

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