George Lucas had a bad idea for Star Wars sequel trilogy

Brenda Watkins
June 14, 2018

There are many things that rile up Star Wars fans about George Lucas' prequels, but perhaps the intense criticism can be summed up in five syllables: midi-chlorians.

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.

James Cameron's Story of Science Fiction-a six-part series that aired on AMC in late April and May-explored different factions of science fiction and pop culture staples as Cameron interviewed numerous men who created those films.

Last week, Tran deleted all the photos from her account as reports surfaced saying that online harassment was to blame - mostly because certain "Star Wars" fans don't like her character from "The Last Jedi", Rose Tico. "There's this world of creatures that operate differently than we do".

Regarding the Midichlorians appearing in the Disney Star Wars movies, I also believe J.J. Abrams said they wouldn't be used (at least when he was developing Star Wars: The Force Awakens). And the Whills are the one who actually control the universe. "They feed off the Force".

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"If I'd held onto the company I could have done it, and then it would have been done".

And he's not too happy some who claim they are fans are spoiling the franchise for others - and for the stars, especially. Lucas has confirmed numerous times in the past that he had been secretly developing his own sequel trilogy, although it became quite clear early on that Disney did not want Lucas to be involved in any way shape or form, but now new details have surfaced regarding Lucas' plans for this trilogy.

As for what would've been in the trilogy, Lucas reveals in the interview that he was "figuring out a way to explain [the Force] that didn't piss people off" after the reaction to midi-chlorians in the prequels. This was his design for the conclusion of the Star Wars saga that he began in 1977, and that he returned to for the prequel trilogy starting with 1999's The Phantom Menace.

Boyega's most recent post reads: "EP 9 loading. see ya!" - referring to the fact he's working on the new Star Wars film. What his quotes do show is just how much was-and still remains-possible in the Star Wars universe.

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