It's no secret that Star Wars: The Last Jedi received a fair share of backlash and negativity from some followers of the franchise.
Though most fans embraced The Last Jedi, and the bar it set for future potential and challenging directions the franchise could pursue, some of the film's actors and mainly its director have been told what they did wrong or could've done differently since the film's release.
Writer of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story and the comic book adaptation of The Last Jedi, Gary Whitta, addressed how he commended the film and its accomplishments, despite the fact that he didn't make all of the same choices as writer/director, Rian Johnson.
According to Comic Book, in regard to haters of The Last Jedi film, Whitta told JediNews,
Regardless, he by no means approves of what this "noisy minority" of fans has been up to.
"Frankly, I’m disgusted by the treatment that Rian has received, he’s not just one of the most talented filmmakers working today but one of the nicest people you could ever hope to meet in any walk of life, and both he and the film he made deserve far better," Whitta said.
While talking about his comic book adaptation, Whitta said he didn't base any of his creative decisions off of the feedback from the film, saying,