The Star Wars continuations that George Lucas had at first arranged would have taken more time to make than Disney’s. The truth of another Star Wars set of three from Lucas has been a progressing subject of discussion for quite a long time, yet the offer of Lucasfilm in 2012 caused fans to understand that Disney’s vision would perpetually supplant what Lucas had as a top priority.
Indeed, even now, approximately fifteen years after Lucas last composed and coordinated a Star Wars movie, fans aren’t totally clear on the heading he would have directed the establishment in, had he accepted the open door. All things considered, Disney’s set of three presented new characters and gave new experiences into the Jedi. By and large, the three new movies in the establishment were effective, yet fans actually have a huge number of objections about how everything was dealt with. Indeed, there is no lack of stalwart Star Wars fans who actually wish that Lucas had stayed with the arrangement and completed what he’d began endless years prior. Lamentably, that is exceptionally improbable to actually occur and Disney has just proceeded onward, with Rian Johnson administering another new heading in the Star Wars universe through a upcoming new trilogy.
But, interest over what Lucas had anticipated another Star Wars set of three keeps on enticing minds. Presently, because of a tweet from creator Paul Duncan, fans have a surprisingly better comprehension of what making another set of three implied for Lucas and why its broad course of events implied that he would select not to take it on. The data comes from Duncan’s new book, The Star Wars Archives Eps I-III, and happened while the writer was talking with Lucas about the offer of Lucasfilm in 2012:
Around then I was beginning the following set of three; I conversed with the entertainers and was beginning to equip. I was likewise going to have a girl with my better half. It takes ten years to make a set of three – Episodes I-III took from 1995 to 2005. I’d even now be dealing with Episode IX! In 2012 I was 69. So the inquiry was am I going to continue doing this the remainder of my life? Would I like to experience this once more? At last, I concluded that I’d preferably bring up my little girl and appreciate life for some time.