George Lucas says fans would have hated his Star Wars Sequel Trilogy

John Boyega

John Boyega

According to Thrillist, the concept dates back to George Lucas's early scripts for Star Wars 1977.

"The 74-year-old billionaire said: "[The next three Star Wars film] were going to get into a macrobiotic world".

Meanwhile, John Boyega has hit out at the fan-boy trolls who forced his Star Wars co-star Kelly Marie Tran to delete her entire Instagram feed.

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For fans who are still wondering what a George Lucas Star Wars sequel trilogy would have looked like, we now have some insight into what the filmmaker had planned.

While I admit I'm curious as to how Lucas planned to wrap up the storylines of the Original Trilogy characters, this idea of further explaining how the Force work sounds kind of awful. I believe in the original trilogy, The Force was explained by Obi-Wan as an energy field created by all living beings, and not some microscopic bug akin to good and bad bacteria. Daisy Ridley, who played Jedi-in-training Rey, has been MIA since 2016 after fans took her comment about gun control the wrong way.

Personally, we'd love to see Lucas make just one more film.

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When George Lucas sold Lucasfilm to Disney, he handed the company treatments of the sequel trilogy.

Tran, as it happens, is of Vietnamese descent, and her plucky, heartfelt performance in TLJ actually amounts to the first leading role by an Asian-American woman in a Star Wars film ever. "Of course, a lot of fans would have hated it, just like they did Phantom Menace and everything, but at least the whole story from beginning to end would be told".

Would Lucas' sequel trilogy have been more controversial than Star Wars: The Last Jedi?

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John Boyega urged "Star Wars" fans to stop harassing his costars after one actress left social media due to online bullying. But given that Lucas no longer ran the show, filmmaker J.J. "Even if you paid for a ticket!" Given how people have reacted to changes regarding the Force in the new movies, as well as the midi-chlorians in the prequels, Lucas' assumptions were probably correct.

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