Up until now, Oscar Isaac has taken the road of the true Hollywood movie star, and above the fray, indicating that he was on the road to bigger and better things than Star Wars.
Today he dives into the muck, and tells critical fans to go make their own stuff.
Yahoo Entertainment reports:
Of course, some online critics had their emotions so stirred by The Last Jedi, they’re trying to raise the funds to remake the movie on their own terms. While Isaac didn’t address that campaign directly in our conversation, he did express enthusiasm at the prospect of people funneling their thoughts and feelings about Star Wars into creating their own stories set in their own galaxies far, far away.
“What I think is really special about the whole thing — particularly for people that really didn’t agree with where the story went — is that it’s often a great inspiration to do your own stuff,” he says. “Obviously, making your own Star Wars movie is a bit of a tough challenge, but at least from a narrative standpoint maybe you make your own thing and then show what you would want. Make what you would want to see.”
In fact fans already have been. Multiple Star Wars fan films can be watched online.
And of course there is Jeff from World Class Bullshitters, who is making his own Star Wars parody comic book:
But at least one member of #TheFandomMenace is making his “own thing.”
His name is Ethan Van Sciver, and he is making a #CyberFrog comic book. He will be reopening his indiegogo campaign for a short period of time, to help those who missed out on his first indiegogo campaign, which raised over a half-million dollars. The new campaign will be launching August 29th.
Ok, we’ve worked out the details for the extra week of funding of CYBERFROG: BLOODHONEY!
1. It’ll launch Wednesday the 29th of August
2. It’ll last for only 1 week.
3. It’ll be a brand new campaign, with a brand new variant cover for the main book. Same 1998 ashcan & perks.
— ComicArtistPro Secrets (@EthanVanSciver) August 25, 2018
Now if only the SJWs who have barnacled themselves to Star Wars, had the ability to go make their own stuff.
John Talks has a different perspective: