“I don’t believe you need to do crazy things in love. But sometimes you do things, which are not in your nature just for love. I hate cooking. But I’ve cooked for someone, which means that someone is special.”
“What makes me love Finn so much,” he says, “is for years and years, the definition of a hero has been such BS.” Not only was the valiant protagonist a handsome, able-bodied, white male—a type that is gradually receding in mainstream culture, as “The Force Awakens” proves—he always exuded an unwavering sure-footedness, both unrealistic and unexciting to Boyega.