Star Wars: Lupita Nyong’o is upset that she is mistaken for Maz Kanata

Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker – 61% are very close to us and the news about the actors is more and more abundant. This week we have had a lot of somewhat unfortunate interviews in which the stars have made some mistakes with journalists, provoking severe criticism on social networks; however, Lupita Nyong’o has experienced just the opposite. During her appearance on a television show, one of the hosts did not learn enough about the character of the actress and ended up asking her a question that was too uncomfortable.

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Maz Kanata, the character of Nyong’o, was introduced in Star Wars: The Force Awakens – 92%. She is a pirate, smuggler and rebel who, thirty years after the Battle of Endor, was still staying in her castle at Takodana, keeping “the business going.” In Episode VII we discover that in his basement he kept the lightsaber that belonged to Luke Skywalker, however, it is not explained how it came to it. Everything seemed to indicate JJ Abrams had big plans for her after the first film in the trilogy started by Disney, however, Rian Johnson drastically reduced her importance in Star Wars: The Last Jedi – 91%.

Kanata is a completely CGI-generated Star Wars character. During the recordings of both films, Lupita Nyong’o used facial recognition equipment to capture Maz’s emotions. Recently, the 36-year-old actress was present on the show The View, place where the presenters interviewed her before the imminent premiere of The Rise of Skywalker, giving rise to a really tense moment.

One of the drivers claimed to love the character of Lupita in Star Wars and even sarcastically mentioned that he looked “a little different” in the movie; Laughing, the other presenter questioned the actress with the following: “How long did she take her hair and makeup?” In the video we see that the face of Lupita he disfigures himself a bit before the clueless question and answers with visible annoyance: “That’s CGI.”

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Lately the actors have not had good sessions with the press, to be honest, they are turning out to be a disaster. For example, we had the case of Daisy Ridley with The Guardian; recently the actress was questioned about her economic privilege, born in a first world country, with family artists, wealthy and educated in a private performing arts school; before the previous affirmations on the part of a journalist, Ridley He denied being born into privilege and assured that his path to Star Wars was the same as that of John Boyega, an actor who grew up in a poor London neighborhood, with immigrant parents and requesting a scholarship to study acting.

Secondly, boyega it has not done well either. The actor was interviewed a few days ago by Variety and the issue of bullying in social networks was addressed focused on Kelly Marie Tran, who suffered extreme harassment for his character in Star Wars: The Last Jedi. John He assured that only the mentally weak believe the things they read on networks and are influenced by them, directly insulting their partner. Given the enormous amount of negative criticism against him, boyega had to clarify his comments on Twitter:

I was by no means referring to Kelly when I made my comments, although the interviewer mentioned her because of the topic. I was really speaking from my own perspective throughout this franchise. Sometimes I have felt strong and sometimes I have felt weak. Bad choice of words though. I apologize.

Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker premieres on December 19 and promises to be the conclusion that all fans are waiting for. The recent trailer with Kylo Ren shows us that Palpatine will play a much more important role than imagined, it is likely that we are about to see one of the most epic episodes of the entire saga.

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Star Wars: Lupita Nyong’o is upset that she is mistaken for Maz Kanata