John Boyega has stated on more than one occasion that he was dissatisfied with Disney's lack of support. He received waves of criticism for his participation in the new Star Wars trilogy, which was inaugurated in 2015 with The Force Awakens, as well as for his gradual disappearance from history in favor of other white protagonists.
John Boyega has spoken up to The Times about his thoughts about Star Wars today, now that he will no longer play Star Wars. Finn.
The Mandalorian is a favorite of John Boyega.
John Boyega believes that his experience in the Star Wars trilogy has shaped him as a person, transforming him into the person he is today: "The experiences, the funny moments, the good ones, the ugly ones, the bad ones, they make you who you are in this business."
Finn had his ending in Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, and he is comfortable with the idea that J.J. Abrams might bring about the end of his character. "I have enjoyed, as a fan, The Mandalorian and Obi-Wan Kenobi. I am enjoying the harmony of all things."
John Boyega has dropped other very different productions since the last film of Star Wars: The Woman King (2022) by Gina Prince-Bythewood or Tyrone's Clone (2023) Joel Taylor.
The Mandalorian is being renewed for the third season by Disney Plus, which has allowed John Boyega to enjoy Star Wars once more.