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Adam Driver Feels Terrible For Postponing University Appearance

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Adam Driver had to recently cancel an appearance speaking at a university. The reason for doing so was because of a sudden change in Star Wars: Episode IX. According to Comicbook.com, Driver was called to rehearse to shoot specific scenes. A statement from his team said Driver felt terrible for cancelling last minute. Yet the team did also say they would reschedule his appearance at a later date.

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