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Mark Hamill Wishes Disney Gave George Lucas' Star Wars Advice More Weight

12 Décembre 2017

It turns out that "creative consultant" is little more than a title, as George Lucas and Star Wars: The Last Jedi star Mark Hamill have learned. In a new interview with Metro Hamill says he wishes the studio would have given consideration to Lucas' ideas for the new Star Wars films.

Still, it's nice to hear it confirmed, as Hamill reveals in an interview in the legendary Christmas double issue of the magazine that buying it and highlighting his favourite programmes was a weekly ritual during his time in the United Kingdom filming the original Star Wars film in 1976.

When Disney made the purchase of Lucasfilm that gave new life to the galaxy far, far, away, it was mentioned that as part of the deal, series creator George Lucas would be involved in the new films only in an advising capacity.

Disney will expect "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" to at least threaten "The Force Awakens'" gross when it hits cinemas, which is now tantalizingly close as it will finally be released on December 15.

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Mark Hamill has been making the press rounds for Star Wars: The Last Jedi recently.

"What I wish is that they had been more accepting of his guidance and advice". This meant that original stars Hamill, Harrison Ford, and Carrie Fisher were absent from the proceedings. Because he had an outline for "7, ' '8, ' and '9". But George Lucas may have lost a lot of the goodwill he had in creating Star Wars with those convoluted, much-maligned prequels. "Because he had an outline for [Episodes] VII, VIII andIX".

Hamill may be loyal to Lucas to a fault, but even he can't ignore the successes of the new films under Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy's watchful eye and the direction of skilled filmmakers like J.J. Abrams and Rian Johnson. Luckily for the duo, their friendship has endured, and their affinity for one another was apparent when Lucas and Hamill reunited for the Star Wars Celebration 40th Anniversary panel in April.

Hamill added: "But then again, I don't want to be an old stick in the mud". Hell, thanks to the ongoing anthology saga, the likes of Gareth Edwards and Ron Howard (Solo: A Star Wars Story) have helped flesh out the rich history underpinning this most beloved of franchises. And now we have the next generation.

Mark Hamill Wishes Disney Gave George Lucas' Star Wars Advice More Weight