More Details On George Lucas' Role In The Development Of STAR WARS EPISODE VII
The son of Star Wars creator George Lucas has shared some details on his father's role in J.J. Abrams' Episode VII, revealing that they are "constantly talking" about the movie and claiming that George was developing another trilogy over a year before Disney bought Lucasfilm. Read on for details!
"He was very torn on the matter," Jett Lucas revealed when asked how his father felt about handing over Lucasfilm to Disney for a whopping $4 billion, before adding that George had been actively researching and writing a new movie well over a year before the sale took place. What remains now are "guidelines" for J.J. Abrams to follow...if he chooses to do so presumably! Apparently, "He's constantly talking to J.J. Abrams. Obviously J.J. was handpicked. He is there to guide, whenever, he'll help where he can. At the same time, he wants to let it go and become its new generation. Apparently, Jett is "happy with what's going to happen" in Episode VII, but would reveal no more than that! You can check out the interview in full in the video below.
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