'Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker' Script Ended Up on eBay Due to One Careless Actor
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When stopping by 'Good Morning America', director J.J. Abrams reveals that the actor left the real script under his bed, forcing the 'Star Wars' bosses to snatch it back from the online auction block.

AceShowbiz - "Star Wars" bosses had to swoop in and grab a rogue script for the final film in the sci-fi franchise after discovering it was headed to the online auction block.

Director J.J. Abrams reveals one actor carelessly left the script under his bed and it was found by a cleaner.

"It was given to someone else, who then went to sell it on eBay," he tells "Good Morning America". "Someone at the company (Disney) said, 'There's a script that looks like it's a legit script that's for sale on eBay...', and they got it back before it sold."

J.J. admits he was surprised that the tight security broke down: "The security is insane," he adds. "The company, they were really nervous about anything getting out, and so they only printed a handful of scripts and they were printed on crazy, uncopyable paper."

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