Star Wars: Someone Is Selling The Last Jedi Script

Someone's going to be in trouble...

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Someone at Lucasfilm is going to be in trouble, if a listing on Movie Script Zone is legitimate.

The autograph selling site currently has a listing for a multi-signed copy of a The Last Jedi script, signed by Tom Hardy, Daisy Ridley, Domhnall Gleeson, Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher, Adam Driver, Benicio Del Toro, John Boyega, Andy Serkis, Peter Mayhew and Lupita Nyong'o.

It's selling for just under $300, which is a fairly decent price for the power to spoil the entire movie, if that's your bag, but it raises some pretty big questions about the production's security. Judging by how many supposed "leaks" appear online around any Star Wars film (some of them encouraged by Lucasfilm themselves), it wouldn't be all that surprising if they weren't particularly tight on their scripts, but that doesn't mean heads wouldn't roll if it turned out this was an actual script.

Looking at it, the autographs do look genuine and the fact that there's 11 of them - curiously including Hardy, who has no more than a cameo in the film - shouldn't make it too difficult to work out who it's from. The thing that suggest it might not be a script is how pristine it is - it doesn't look particularly well-thumbed and nor does it look thick enough to be a full script.

Then again, we won't know the providence of it until someone actually buys it.

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