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.”
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.”
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.”