Given the inconceivably polarizing responses to late Star Wars films, with The Last Jedi and Solo being especially singled out for analysis by fans, a few people are holding out trust that George Lucas will, in the long run, come back to the crease and recover control of the establishment he began once again 40 years prior.
There’ve been bits of gossip that Lucas has been vigorously associated with reshoots for the up and coming Rise of Skywalker, prompting theory that he’ll by and by becoming engaged with Star Wars in an official limit. In any case, we should not overlook that the producer went under overwhelming fire himself for the Prequel Trilogy, which experienced a monstrous over-dependence on CGI to the detriment of the pragmatic impacts that science fiction arrangement was well known for, also a portion of the most noticeably terrible exchange ever to be found in a Hollywood blockbuster.
The repetitive idea of the motion picture business implies that prevalent brands will consistently be repurposed to speak to new crowds, however the always developing wistfulness advertise likewise implies that if fans don’t care for the item that is being given to them, they’ll hold out trust in one of the key individuals from the first innovative group to return in the expectations that it will come back to previous wonders. It didn’t work with James Cameron on Terminator: Dark Fate, and it may not work with the Snyder Cut of Justice League, either.
Lucasfilm President Kathleen Kennedy was as of late inquired as to whether she felt that George Lucas could ever come back to the Star Wars establishment sooner or later, and she appeared to be entirely clear in her answer. “I question it. In any case, tune in, I believe that would be fabulous, on the off chance that he would be keen on doing that once more. Be that as it may, I question it.”
Lucas offered his studio to Disney for $4 billion quite a long while back and having made one of the most suffering and well-known brands in excitement, the person has earned the privilege to do anything he desires. Taking him back to Star Wars would just make a stride in reverse, and it’s dubious that the multi-extremely rich person would have any enthusiasm for returning, either.