John Boyega said she would not return to the Star Wars franchise

John Boyega turned into a global breakout star playing Finn in the "Star Wars" continuation set of three.

the entertainer, who stars in forthcoming movies "Breaking" and "The Woman King," doesn't have a lot of an interest in getting back to the cosmic establishment.

As of now I'm cool off it. I'm great off it," Boyega said on SiriusXM's Tell Me Everything With John Fugelsang.

I think Finn is at a decent affirmation point where you can simply appreciate him in different things, the games, the movement. In any case, I feel like '[Episode] VII' to '[Episode] IX' was great for me.

Boyega added: in all honesty, [with] the partners that I've found inside Joel Taylor and Jamie Foxx, Teyonah Parris, Viola Davis, this large number of individuals I've been working with… flexibility is my way.

Boyega likewise talked about his experience confronting bigotry in the Star Wars being a fan, an issue that Obi-Wan Kenobi star Moses Ingram managed recently.

Disney and Obi-Wan himself, Ewan McGregor, came to Ingram's guard and openly denounced the bigoted backfire she was getting.

Boyega proceeded: It doesn't cause me to feel harsh by any stretch of the imagination. It causes me to feel like at times you are that person.