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Rotten Tomatoes – Star Wars Episode IX is Also Getting Fake “Review Bombed”

Stranger things are going on with Rotten Tomatoes as certain movies on the Website is currently taking a lot of fan heat through their reviews, or rather comments. Recently, Captain Marvel was being “Review Bombed” on the website even after the fact that the official Review Embargo of the film hasn’t yet lifted. Now, the same is happening for Star Wars Episode IX!

Star Wars: Episode IX Rotten Tomatoes

The final Episode of the current running trilogy is coming out in December, and the film is still under its production stage, with the entire Post Production left to be done. And, without having seen what the next film is going to bring for us, people are out there ranting about it on Rotten Tomatoes. It is totally crazy as there is something better that people could do with their lives. Just because The Last Jedi didn’t do what people expected it to, there’s such distasteful hate for the next one.

Star Wars: Episode IX Rotten Tomatoes

JJ Abrams has returned in the Director’s chair, and we can expect a promising end to the Skywalker saga for good with Episode IX. We are still waiting for the first trailer/teaser of the film, and yet people are just yamming about the film for no reason. At least for Captain Marvel, people have certain things to talk about, and they are opposing the comments that Brie Larson made regarding “White Males,” but dissing a movie which is still in the making and so far from us makes no point at all.

Star Wars: Episode IX Rotten Tomatoes

What’s even stupider is that these comments on Rotten Tomatoes are being called Reviews. A review is something that one gives after watching a particular film. These are just the audience reactions and nothing more. Check out the Audience polling page right here.

Star Wars: Episode IX Rotten Tomatoes

People didn’t like where the creatives took The Last Jedi, and for that reason Han Solo suffered. Solo was actually a good film despite certain wonky things here and there. Many people have enjoyed the film. But a totally separate film suffering because of the previous ones is very unfair if you think about it.

Star Wars: Episode IX Rotten Tomatoes

JJ Abrams who is returning to the franchise talked about the massive expectations of the people. He said:

“Well, it’s certainly something that I’m aware of now working on Episode IX – coming back into this world after having done Episode VII. I feel like we need to approach this with the same excitement that we had when we were kids, loving what these movies were. And at the same time, we have to take them places that they haven’t gone, and that’s sort of our responsibility.

Star Wars: Episode IX Rotten Tomatoes

It’s a strange thing, Michael’s worked on things like Planet of the Apes and Star Trek and Star Wars, and these are the things of dreams. Yet we can’t just revel in that; we have to go elsewhere.”

Star Wars: Episode IX Rotten Tomatoes

Lucasfilm released a statement upon their upcoming finale event which will release on December 20:

“Returning cast members include Daisy Ridley, Adam Driver, John Boyega, Oscar Isaac, Lupita Nyong’o, Domhnall Gleeson, Kelly Marie Tran, Joonas Suotamo, and Billie Lourd. Joining the cast of Episode IX are Naomi Ackie and Richard E. Grant, who will be joined by veteran Star Wars actors Mark Hamill, Anthony Daniels, and Billy Dee Williams, who will reprise his role as Lando Calrissian”.

Star Wars: Episode IX Rotten Tomatoes

“The role of Leia Organa will once again be played by Carrie Fisher, using previously unreleased footage shot for Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Composer John Williams, who has scored every chapter in the Star Wars saga since 1977’s A New Hope, will return to a galaxy far, far away with Episode IX”.

Star Wars: Episode IX Rotten Tomatoes

“Star Wars: Episode IX will be produced by Kathleen Kennedy, J.J. Abrams, and Michelle Rejwan, and executive produced by Callum Greene and Jason McGatlin. The crew includes Dan Mindel (Director of Photography), Rick Carter and Kevin Jenkins (Co-Production Designers), Michael Kaplan (Costume Designer), Neal Scanlan (Creature and Droid FX), Maryann Brandon and Stefan Grube (Editors), Roger Guyett (VFX Supervisor), Tommy Gormley (1st AD), and Victoria Mahoney (2nd Unit Director)”.

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