A key moment from Star Wars Episode 8 was also in George Lucas’ original plans
George Lucas had among his original Star Wars plans a key moment that took place in Episode VIII.
The latest trilogy of Star wars It has not sat too well with most of the fans, leaving the opinion somewhat divided as to which movie is worse, if Star Wars Episode IX: The Rise of Skywalker or Star Wars Episode VIII: The Last Jedi, a good part being of the fandom agree that the saga could have been much better if George Lucas would not have sold the franchise to Disney.
However, one of the Key moments from The Last Jedi it was originally among George Lucas’s plans for his movie trilogy that he ultimately failed to carry out. As revealed by the new book Star Wars Fascinating Facts (via Star Wars News Net), George Lucas’ plan for his Star Wars Episode 8 was for Luke Skywalker to die in the film.
Of course, this detail is nothing more than a mere coincidence, since at the time Rian Johnson was conceiving The Last Jedi George Lucas was quite a ways out of the franchise. However, it is curious that they both had the same idea for the same episode of the Star Wars movies, although, logically, its execution would have developed in a totally different way.
With the Skywalker Saga Already completed, the future of the franchise seems to focus mainly on the new series that are being developed for Disney Plus, starting the long-awaited season 2 of The Mandalorian for the next October 30, 2020, a series that has undoubtedly become the Best of the recently released galactic franchise.
Would you have liked to see George Lucas’ version of the latest Star Wars trilogy?