Published: Thu, June 14, 2018
Entertaiment | By Mabel Barber

George Lucas Thinks Fans Would've Hated His Star Wars Sequels

George Lucas Thinks Fans Would've Hated His Star Wars Sequels

The two-time best director Oscar nominee confided his vision to none other than James Cameron, who interviewed Lucas for "Space", the second episode of his recent six-part AMC series "James Cameron's Story of Science Fiction".

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"The 74-year-old billionaire said: "[The next three Star Wars film] were going to get into a macrobiotic world". "There's this world of creatures that operate differently than we do".

"I call them the Whills". And the Whills are the ones who actually control the universe. "The feed off the force". But for now, fans can at least start theorizing with this little peek into the Star Wars that could have been.

Still, the full story of Lucas' Star Wars sequels remains likely to be untold.

George Lucas Thinks Fans Would've Hated His Star Wars Sequels
George Lucas Thinks Fans Would've Hated His Star Wars Sequels

The London-born actor, who appeared in The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi, told followers: "You're not entitled to politeness when your approach is rude". So in George Lucas' mind, the stories of Star Wars have always been tales relayed to us by these creatures called the Whills.

"Back in the day, I used to say ultimately what this means is we were just cars, vehicles, for the Whills to travel around in..." We're vessels for them. For one thing, The Last Jedi shied away from the midi-chlorian explanation of the Force and returned to the idea of it being a more spiritual essence, one that's present everywhere and in everything and won't die with the Jedi in Luke's first lesson to Rey. Giving the events trajectory of the Star Wars saga over to the Whills as something they control through midi-chlorians and the Force doesn't seem to add much significance to the proceedings.

Boyega also replied to Twitter users who commented on his post. I've got to say that it's probably a good thing the films didn't get made then because based on fan hatred for The Phantom Menace's midichlorians, which tried to provide a scientific explanation for The Force, it appears people don't want to know the inner working of the Force and just want to see the Jedi do insane things.

Following a flood of harassment, The Last Jedi actor Kelly Marie Tran deleted her Instagram account, prompting an outcry of support from fans and fellow actors alike.

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