The man behind the blockbuster “Star Wars” movie has revealed he was “devastate” when the film was announced as the winner of the coveted Golden Globe Awards. 

Manu Joseph, who made the film based on the “Star Trek” franchise, said the Oscar nominations “changed the landscape of filmmaking”.

“I’m really saddened that the film didn’t win the Academy Award,” Joseph told Entertainment Weekly.

“I was hoping that it would be nominated.

Joseph, who has also written and directed a film about a man who gets the power to create the next movie from the ashes of his destroyed spaceship, said he was heartbroken. “

But it didn’t come out the way that I thought it would.”

Joseph, who has also written and directed a film about a man who gets the power to create the next movie from the ashes of his destroyed spaceship, said he was heartbroken.

“It’s a big disappointment for me,” he said.

He said that his wife, actress Natalie Portman, and his brother-in-law, actor and producer Alan Rickman, were “devoted to the film”. “

So that’s the heartbreak of it.”

He said that his wife, actress Natalie Portman, and his brother-in-law, actor and producer Alan Rickman, were “devoted to the film”. 

“They’re just incredibly passionate about the project,” he added. 

He added that he was also disappointed that he had been unable to work on the film with his wife and his family. 

“I was really excited,” he told the magazine.

“To be able to say that it wasn’t going to be the film I’d been dreaming of for years is just devastating.”

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