Rian Johnson, Mark Hamill, John Boyega mock 'de-feminised edit' of Star Wars: The Last Jedi

The online release of an anti-women edit of Star Wars: The Last Jedi may have outraged some, but it greatly amused the film's creator and cast.

Rian Johnson, Mark Hamill and John Boyega have all taken to Twitter to mock the 'de-feminised edit', which erased all the female characters - and even alien milk - from the film.

It's made from a bootleg version of the film recorded in a cinema, and cuts the running time from 152 minutes to just 46.

Johnson, who wrote and directed The Last Jedi and is now working on an entire new Star Wars trilogy, took to Twitter to respond by sharing movie journalist Priscilla Page's message about the 'de-feminised edit'.

"Priscilla hits all the major points here," said Johnson.

"But I'll just add hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha."

Hamill and Boyega, who play Luke Skywalker and Finn respectively, both followed suit with their own emoji-filled tweets mocking the Men's Rights Activist's work.

Star Wars: The Last Jedi, the real version, is still playing in cinemas.


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