Don’t anticipate to see John Boyega in one other ‘Star Wars’ film

John Boyega had no issues saying “fin” to his “Star Wars” character.

Boyega, who performed reformed Stormtrooper Finn within the newest “Star Wars” trilogy, went on the radio present “Tell Me Everything With John Fugelsang” to debate how he feels about the way forward for his character and the nice that got here from his disappointing expertise with the franchise.

“At this point I’m cool off it. I’m good off it,” Boyega mentioned. “I think Finn is at a good confirmation point where you can just enjoy him in other things, the games, the animation. But I feel like ‘[Episode] VII’ to ‘[Episode] IX’ was good for me.”

When Fugelsang mentioned how Disney supported “Obi-Wan Kenobi” star Moses Ingram amid racist on-line assaults, he famous that when the same scenario befell Boyega, Disney had no recreation plan.

“When I started, it really wasn’t a conversation you could bring up,” Boyega mentioned. “You know how they went through it, it was kind of like, ‘Let’s just be silent.’”

Talking with British GQ in 2020, Boyega criticized Disney for not devoting sufficient time on nonwhite characters within the “Star Wars” franchise.

“[But] what I might say to Disney is, don’t convey out a Black character, market them to be rather more essential within the franchise than they’re after which have them pushed to the aspect. It’s not good,” he instructed the journal. “I’ll say it straight up.”

The British actor, 30, additionally referred to as out the studio for giving “all the nuance” to Adam Driver and Daisy Ridley‘s characters in the trilogy, but not knowing what to do with his or Kelly Marie Tran‘s characters.

But Boyega was pleased by Disney’s swift help for Ingram.

“That’s the peace that I felt, Moses Ingram being protected makes me feel protected,” the “Detroit” actor instructed Fugelsang earlier this week. “It makes me feel like, ‘Cool, I am not the elephant in the room.’

“But now, to see how blatant it is, to see Ewan McGregor come and support … it for me fulfills my time where I didn’t get support. It doesn’t make me feel bitter at all, it makes me feel like … sometimes you’re not the guy to get the blessing,” he mentioned. “Sometimes you’re Moses, you lead the people to the mountain, but you see the destination, you don’t get to go in. You get others to go in, and that’s where you get your happiness from.”

The “Breaking” star hoped his scenario helped Black actors really feel extra assured in talking out about emotions of discomfort.

“What the conversation does is, it for me is so positive because it gives other actors the ability to be able to say, ‘OK, look, I’m not comfortable with this’ or ‘This is what’s happening, this is the kind of support I need.’ And that for me is what I wanted out of everything.”