“Blame Carrie”: TRoS Writer Chris Terrio Defends Himself Against Backlash

Barely a week since its release, The Rise of Skywalker has the internet aflame with controversy and fan backlash. Finally breaking his silence on the topic, Chris Terrio, who co-wrote the script with J.J. Abrams, has “answers” that are sure to add a metric ton of fuel to the metaphorical fire. 

In an interview with CursedFandom.net, Terrio had this to say regarding the internet backlash to their risky decisions: “Well, here’s the thing, J.J. and I, yeah, we technically came in to rewrite the script after Colin got fired and yeah, we made some big changes to the script, but here’s the thing, and nobody wants to say it, Carrie Fisher did a treatment for Episode IX right before passing. It went through a couple dozen rewrites and writers before making it to the screen, but her treatment was the basis for everything, and I mean every thing. All of those big changes, all of the things the internet has threatened my life over, blame Carrie.”

Before the interviewer could respond, Terrio went on to drop another bombshell: “Anyways, did I tell you how I was kidnapped…yeah, you look surprised, but it’s true. About three years ago, I was kidnapped by Ike Permutter and replaced by an imposter. It was all a plot to derail WB but when his relationship started to sour he threw ‘me’ on Star Wars as a middle finger to Bob and Kevin. All of that said, none of that was me, stop yelling at me, and blame Carrie” 

Unfortunately, the interview ended there as Terrio got up, ran across the room, and base jumped out of the window down to his Maserati and sped away. He has been missing ever since. 

If you have any information about the whereabouts of Mr. Terrio please respond in the comments below or contact Mr. Ike Perlmutter directly. Star Wars Episode IX: The Rise of Skywalker is currently ravaging theaters everywhere. 

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