The British actor, who plays Flinn in the franchise's new trilogy, has had enough of supposed fans criticising new characters from the last film, Star Wars:The Last Jedi, so he let them have it on Twitter. "There's this world of creatures that operate differently than we do". I call them the Whills. "The feed off the force". I've got to say that it's probably a good thing the films didn't get made then because based on fan hatred for The Phantom Menace's midichlorians, which tried to provide a scientific explanation for The Force, it appears people don't want to know the inner working of the Force and just want to see the Jedi do insane things. Disney eventually went in another direction with Star Wars:The Force Awakens and scrapped Lucas' treatments. Ron Howard, for instance, told the Kermode & Mayo Film Review Programme the other week that Lucas was on the set of Solo one day, and helped Howard get a small detail about Han Solo right. This was his design for the conclusion of the Star Wars saga that he began in 1977, and that he returned to for the prequel trilogy starting with 1999's The Phantom Menace.
Illustrator Livio Ramondelli shared a tweet with insights from Lucas' vision for Star Wars episodes 7, 8 and 9.
He says he could have made the films had he kept onto the company.
John Boyega and Mark Hamill aren't just forces for good in the Star Wars universe, you know. "Even if you paid for a ticket!" the 26-year-old tweeted. The Journal of the Whills, a record of all events that transpired throughout the galaxy, was actually first used in George Lucas' earliest drafts of the first Star Warsmovie, A New Hope.
US, Canada & Mexico To Host 2026 World Cup
The joint North American bid includes 23 cities in the U.S., Mexico and Canada, including Edmonton, Toronto and Montreal. The 87,000-capacity MetLife Stadium outside NY - home of the NFL's Giants and Jets - is proposed for the final.
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This meant you didn't have to keep saying "Ok, Google" with each individual command, making everything a bit more streamlined. The feature will likely work in English-speaking countries like the US, UK, Australia and Canada, the CNET report added.