George Lucas Says Star Wars: The Last Jedi Was ‘Beautifully Made’
George Lucas approves of Star Wars: The Last Jedi, written and directed by Rian Johnson, particularly lauding the film’s visuals. Early reviews for The Last Jedi have already started coming out days before the latest episodic offering arrives in cinemas and it seems like Lucasfilm has another hit on their hands with critics praising the movie for its perfectly balanced narrative. It also helps that it already is Certified Fresh on the aggregating review site, Rotten Tomatoes. It won’t be long before fans can form their own opinion of the much-hyped sequel. Many have high expectations for The Last Jedi especially after Lucasfilm exhibited confidence in Johnson’s work by granting him the responsibility of developing a brand new trilogy separate from the main saga. With The Last Jedi tracking for a $425 million worldwide opening weekend, it’s safe to say that many are intrigued by the long-teased unexpected narrative of the latest Star Wars installment. Related: Star Wars: The Last Jedi Review Connie Wethington, a representative for Lucas, provided THR the very first comment from Star Wars creator George Lucas with regard to the newest episode in the Skywalker saga he started in 1977, calling it “beautifully made.” She then added, “In speaking with director
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