George Lucas has given his outcome on Star Wars: The Last Jedi, and it seems he’s flattering happy with the results.
The Star Wars creator apparently spoke to The Last Jedi executive Rian Johnson after a new screening of the film, which has perceived (mostly) soap-box reviews opposite the board.
After seeing the flick, George suspicion it was ‘beautifully made,’ Connie Wethington, a repute for Lucas told Heat Vision.
‘And, in speaking with executive Rian Johnson after viewing, was complimentary.’
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George Lucas criticised prior complement The Force Awakens for being a ‘retro movie’, so it seems like he’s really happier with Rian Johnson’s instruction for the franchise.
Lucas spearheaded the universe of Star Wars and destined the first film, A New Hope, which launched the authorization in 1977.
He also wrote and destined the much-maligned prequel trilogy, which has somewhat sinister his ‘father’ figure hold over Star Wars ever since.
The film’s premiere also saw a wealth of stars in attendance, including Prince Harry and Prince William.
Star Wars: The Last Jedi releases in UK cinemas on Thursday Dec 14.