Brendan Wayne, who's worked with Jon Favreau before, says it was a dream come true to be part of Star Wars. “It was a dream to work on this because I was able to live what brought me to acting every day,” Wayne tells Vulture. “I got to get on a landspeeder; I got to have my own Razor Crest. To be part of the mythology that you grew up with that was integral to you as a kid — it was really cool.” Wayne says of working with Pascal: "The funny thing is, I think it was harder for him, because they really wanted a certain walk that came natural to me. And so Pedro had to ask me certain questions, because I guess they would say, 'Talk to Brendan and see what he says.' Almost all of (the doubles), they had to come watch me walk — I think there were four at the end of it. And I did a lot of work to be able to walk like I did in the sand and not look like a drunk sailor."