Monday, 22 July, 2019

George Lucas’ Scrapped ‘Star Wars’ Trilogy Idea Leans Heavily On The Prequels

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Adrian Cunningham | 14 June, 2018, 12:36

Back in 2012 Lucasfilm was sold to Disney for $4.05 billion, and we're now two films into the official Star Wars sequel trilogy. Thanks to a recently published book, we have a better idea than ever-and it would've been weird and divisive. Lucas was among them, featuring heavily in the series' second episode, "Space". A transcript from their talk appears in the companion book of the same name, published by Insight Editions on May 18.

As far as I've seen, these are the first specifics George Lucas has shared about what his vision of Episodes 7-9 would have been.

Lucas is confidant that had he kept his company, the Whills-focused films "would have been done".

"[The next three "Star Wars" films] were going to get into a microbiotic world", he told Cameron.

He continued: "But there's this world of creatures that operate differently than we do. But the Whills became part of this massive amount of notes, quotes, background information that I used for the scripts; the stories were actually taken from the Journal of the Whills". "They feed off the Force".

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Audiences may never know what Lucas planned - and Disney rejected - but fans now know it would have centered on the midi-chlorians.

Listen, Star Wars fans, it could always have been worse. It has also been revealed in the past that Lucas' sequel trilogy would have centered on younger characters too.

Lucas no longer has any direct creative input into the Star Wars films, although he has been around them.

Obviously I could go on and on about everything that is wonderful in the Star Wars films, but one of the most striking things about them is the creativity involved in all the different alien characters, their societies, their characteristics, and how well they fit into the stories, and this is no exception. She's not the only "Star Wars" actress to distance herself from social media after harassment: Daisy Ridley deleted her Instagram account in 2016.

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