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  • Star Wars 9 was being edited on-set as principal photography was ongoing. 1 / 8

  • The film's editor Maryann Brandon said this was due to schedule concerns. 2 / 8

  • Compared to Force Awakens, there were 4 less months to get Episode 9 ready. 3 / 8

  • So she convinced J.J. Abrams to let her edit the film on location during shooting. 4 / 8

  • This was beneficial, since they could get pickup shots during principal photography. 5 / 8

  • There's also still a lot of work left to be done on the film, so cutting down editing time helps. 6 / 8

  • No one believes the film was rushed, but Brandon got ahead of a potential problem before it became an issue. 7 / 8

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