disney Star Wars The sequel trilogy was not what jorge lucas originally planned, but still contains several ideas that I would have done in his version. Luke Star Wars Plans for the sequel trilogy were completed before he sold the franchise to Disney in 2012, but they ultimately decided to create their own story instead of using his treatments. The result was a trilogy that tried to recover the magic of the originals, full of options that Lucas would never have approved.
Despite not using Lucas’s scripts, the Star Wars The writers were inspired by his ideas and integrated some elements into the sequel trilogy. Other aspects did not originate with Lucas, but seem like concepts that would have occurred to him. According to what Lucas has revealed about his original speech, combined with his cinematic style, 10 things in the Star Wars The sequel trilogy aligns with his vision and reflects how he would have approached the final entries in the saga.
10 Focusing on Han and Leia’s son
Kylo Ren/Ben Solo
Like Kylo Ren/Ben Solo in the Disney sequels, Lucas’ sequel trilogy would have included Han Solo and Leia Organa’s son. Lucas intended to focus much more on the Skywalker family, describing how the prequels were about the father, the originals about the son, and The consequences would have been on the daughter and grandchildren. This could imply that Lucas intended for Han and Leia to have more than one child, similar to Jaina and Jacen Solo in the film. Star Wars Continuity of the legends. It is also more than likely that Skywalker’s grandchildren would have become Jedi and at least been tempted by the dark side.
9 The exile and death of Luke Skywalker
Ahch-a in Star Wars: The Last Jedi
The sequel to the Disney trilogy chose to have Luke Skywalker spend the first film in exile before sacrificing himself in the second. JJ Abrams and Rian Johnson took these ideas from Lucas’s original treatments, which would have involved the titular hero finding Luke on an island. However, Lucas planned to focus more on Luke rebuilding the Jedi Order and I wouldn’t have let him die until the last movie.. Despite the difference in execution, the general idea still came from Lucas himself.
8 A new Palpatine/Vader dynamic
Supreme Leader Snoke and Kylo Ren
Supreme Leader Snoke and Kylo Ren echoed the dynamic between Emperor Palpatine and Darth Vader, and Lucas planned to do something similar. Darth Maul would have been the main villain of Lucas’ sequels, uniting the criminal underworld to wage war against the fragile New Republic. His Sith apprentice would have been Darth Talon of the Star Wars: Legacy Comic series by John Ostrander and Jan Duursema. Lucas described Talon as the new Vaderwith most of the action revolving around her, the role played by Kylo Ren in Disney’s sequel trilogy.
Lucas had several story ideas for Maul and Talon. Maul became a crime lord in Star Wars, the clone warsand the canceled video game Star Wars: Battle of the Sith Lords He would have had a clone of Maul join Talon in the Star Wars It was inherited.
7 Exploring strength at a deeper level
Luke teaches Rey about the force in Star Wars: The Last Jedi
Disney’s sequel trilogy developed the Force in new ways, from introducing new Force powers to explaining how the mystical energy field binds the galaxy together. Lucas would have taken this a step further by Exploring the microbiotic world of the Force.based on ideas he first introduced in Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace. It would eventually reveal that the “Whills” were microscopic organisms that fed on the Force to survive, continuing to emphasize the symbiotic relationships that held all living creatures together. Although he admitted that he sounds more scientific, Lucas believed that he was still mythological, since most of the life that the Force created were single-celled organisms.
6 The whimsical designs of the planet
Star Wars Sequel Trilogy Planets
Star Wars: The Force Awakens It intentionally focused on planets reminiscent of the original trilogy, but the other two films introduced planets with more creative and whimsical designs. Without a doubt, Lucas would have created even crazier worlds with different environments and colorful cultures, just like he always liked. adding new elements instead of doing more of the same. The prequel trilogy was packed with some of the best planet designs in science fiction, so it would have been fascinating to see what Lucas’ team would have created for their version of the sequels.
5 The arcs of redemption
Star Wars Redemption of characters from the sequel trilogy
Disney’s sequel trilogy contained many character redemption arcs, something Lucas was known for with his Star Wars films. Finn, Ben, Han, and Luke started out at their lowest point, but ended up redeeming themselves and playing a pivotal role in the story. Since Lucas’ six-episode saga was about the fall and redemption of Anakin Skywalkerprobably would have had at least one more redemption story in its sequel trilogy.
Star Wars: The Last Jedi
Disney’s sequel trilogy included much social, political, and religious commentary, particularly in the last jedi. The Canto Bight subplot focused on war being a machine that benefits the rich, Luke was highly critical of the Jedi Order, and Vice Admiral Holdo’s leadership was one of many examples that seemed to defy the Star Wars The central themes of the franchise. However, Lucas never shied away from integrating his beliefs and opinions. in their films, with the prequels addressing many of the same themes as the last jedi. While the plot of its sequel trilogy would have been different, it probably would have had more social and political commentary at the ready.
3 Radically changing things in the second film
Star Wars: The Last Jedi
the last jedi It was incredibly divisive upon release and did the opposite of what most viewers expected. Even so, Johnson was not the first Star Wars director will go crazy with the sequelsince Lucas did the same with the original and prequel trilogies. The Empire Strikes Back was a dark sequel that took a different approach to A new hopewhile Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones had a 10-year time jump and did everything it could to foreshadow Anakin’s turn to the dark side. Lucas wouldn’t have made the same decisions as Johnson, but that doesn’t mean he wouldn’t have changed things in his Episode VIII.
2 Leia flying through space
Star Wars: The Last Jedi
Leia’s use of the Force to fly through space may have been Johnson’s idea, but it seems like something Lucas would have been willing to try in his sequel trilogy. After all, the Star Wars In the prequels, Force users survived falling through air traffic, fighting next to lava without dying from the heat, and even being cut in half and falling down a shaft. Considering the crazy things the Jedi could do in Lucas’ projects, Leia’s survival in space seems straight out of her manual.
1 The dyad of strength
Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker
One of Abrams’ ideas that feels purely Lucas is Rey and Kylo Ren’s Force Dyad. A bond between two people meant to achieve balance feels like a natural extension of the prophecy of the Chosen One in the prequels and Anakin’s connection to the light and dark sides in the Mortis arc of The Clone Wars. The Force Dyad is one of the most fascinating aspects of Disney. Star Wars sequel trilogy and it feels like something jorge lucas I would have done it too.