All the Star Wars fans we have a great news to tell to you. George Lucas’ Star Wars prequels will in general get an extreme time of it from devotees of a Galaxy Far, Far Away, however The Last Jedi chief Rian Johnson has approached to protect those troublesome experiences…
Chief Rian Johnson is no more odd to getting reaction from Star Wars fans in the wake of helming The Last Jedi, so that could disclose why he’s picked to jump to the protection of George Lucas and his prequels (The Phantom Menace, Attack of the Clones, and Revenge of the Sith). This has led to some difficult situations for the producers.
In any case, the producer put forth an incredible defense for the disruptive set of three, adulating Lucas for conveying, “a dazzling 7 hour long film for kids about how privilege and dread of misfortune transforms great individuals into fundamentalists, and did it while leading almost every specialized ocean change in present day filmmaking of the previous 30 years.”
State what you will about those motion pictures, yet Johnson is right; Lucas utilized green screen special visualizations to make situations (the standard for blockbusters nowadays), while his goals to recount to the narrative of Anakin Skywalker’s tumble to the Dark Side had a great deal of solid moments…even if his execution was imperfect.
From multiple points of view, the Star Wars continuations are currently progressively disruptive that the prequels, and The Rise of Skywalker has confronted an unmistakably more negative reaction than any of Lucas’ motion pictures from multiple points of view. Johnson, in the interim, allegedly stays appended to another set of three, however there’s no word on its status.