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‘Star Wars’ actor Jake Cannavale trashes ‘The Rise of Skywalker’

This was not the sequel he was looking for.

Actor Jake Cannavale, who plays a supporting role in Disney’s Star Wars web series, “The Mandalorian,” is no fan of the franchise’s latest big-screen offering.

Cannavale, the son of actor Bobby Cannavale, took to social media to trash “Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker” — the latest chapter in the sci-fi series.

“Rise of Skywalker was hands down the worst Star Wars movie. An absolute f–king failure,” Cannavale said on Instagram, according to Digital Spy.

“There were more plot holes than there was plot,” the actor ranted. “The amount of ‘by the ways’ was absolutely infuriating. Rise of Skywalker (btw dumbass title) was worse than Phantom Menace AND Last Jedi combined. Fight me.”

The post was no longer available Sunday, because it was made as an Instagram Story, which disappears.

Cannavale, 24, plays Toro Calican, a young wannabe bounty hunter, in one episode of “The Mandalorian,” which Disney launched in November.

Some fans were not impressed with his movie review, despite his Star Wars pedigree.

“I can’t believe nobody else has figured out that this talentless hack obviously posted his ‘opinion’ on the movie in order to gain some publicity,” one angry Instagram user posted Sunday. “I mean, come on guys: he can’t actually be THIS stupid!”

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