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George Lucas has revealed more details regarding his original treatments for the Star Wars sequel trilogy before Disney made a decision to go in another direction.

"Originally, I was trying to have the story be told by somebody else; there was somebody watching this whole story and recording it, somebody wiser than the mortal players in actual events".

"Be careful there son - the last time I let a fan put themself in my shoes, they just took off running & sold them on Ebay", Hamill wrote. Den of Geek reports that a particularly attentive Twitter user found a pretty significant clue into what Lucas' version of the films would have looked like.

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Boyega followed that tweet up with another thanking the "majority of Star Wars fans" who "understand that there is a process". In a 2015 Vanity Fair cover story that previewed The Force Awakens, director J.J. Abrams said that Lucas' Star Wars sequel trilogy would have focused on "very young characters" (with Lucasfilm saying that the characters would've been teenagers), but Disney and Lucasfilm distanced from that vision and ended up with older protagonists.

We still don't know too much about where Lucas planned for the franchise to go, aside from the fact that he wanted to bring back Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher, and Harrison Ford, but now some curious new details about his intentions have surfaced online.

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As for what would've been in the trilogy, Lucas reveals in the interview that he was "figuring out a way to explain [the Force] that didn't piss people off" after the reaction to midi-chlorians in the prequels. "They feed off the Force".

These are certainly interesting comments from Lucas but what do you make of them? But for now, fans can at least start theorizing with this little peek into the Star Wars that could have been. But given that Lucas no longer ran the show, filmmaker J.J.

And Lucas may be right in how fans would receive his larger focus on midi-chlorians, especially considering how some fans have reacted to what has appeared in the new movies.

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