George Lucas Wanted &#039Star Wars’ 7 By way of 9 to Examine a &#039Microbiotic World’



George Lucas had some various ideas for how Star Wars: Episode VII, VIII and IX would have long gone if Disney hadn’t taken cost soon after acquiring LucasFilm for $4 billion in 2012. Let us just say even the greatest critics of the new Star Wars movies ought to count their blessings.

In the companion e book to James Cameron’s Tale of Science Fiction collection on AMC, some of Lucas’ plans are outlined. Apparently, he wished the trilogy to be established in a “microbiotic planet” total of creatures (the Whills) who control the universe and “feed off the Pressure.”

Oof.

The person who saddled Star Wars with the legacy of midi-chlorians did understand critics would have hated this plan (at minimum he realized), substantially like they hated Episodes I-III but “the complete story from commencing to conclude would have been informed.” 

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Now we can have an understanding of why Disney explained many thanks but no many thanks to Lucas’ ideas for VII. In a 2015 interview with Cinema Mix, he reported, “The [ideas] that I marketed to Disney, they arrived up to the final decision that they didn’t really want to do all those,” Lucas reported. “So they made up their personal.”





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