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Disney Wants To Apologise For The Whole 'Star Wars' Mess...By Making A Luke Skywalker Film

Oh no, not this again.


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Disney Wants To Apologise For The Whole 'Star Wars' Mess...By Making A Luke Skywalker Film
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Poor Luke Skywalker.


'Star Wars' fans are arguably one of the most loyal and vocal around, so when they tell you that your recent 'Star Wars' movies are sh*t, you probably have to listen to them.

Disney, the company that owns the 'Star Wars' franchise, knows that fans are unhappy with the Sequel Trilogy (which is made up of 'The Force Awakens', 'The Last Jedi' and 'The Rise Of Skywalker') and they intend to fix their mistakes.

...by making a movie about Luke Skywalker.

New movie, new drama?

Nobody liked the Sequel Trilogy.
Entertainment website We Got This Covered reported that after 'The Rise Of Skywalker' tanked at the cinemas -- it's apparently lowest-grossing movie of the Sequel Trilogy -- the House of Mouse is reportedly willing to wipe out the recent three movies and start anew.

The report quoted YouTuber Overlord DVD as saying that despite 'The Rise Of Skywalker' being marketed as the last movie in the Skywalker Saga, Disney reportedly wants to retell the whole Skywalker story and amend the errors that made 'Star Wars' fans so angry.

According to the report, Disney is planning to relief Kathleen Kennedy as the President of Lucasfilm, and once they do that, they are reportedly looking at bringing back George Lucas, the OG 'Star Wars' boss, to revise the Sequel Trilogy.

Back in the limelight.
Those plans would include a movie that features Luke Skywalker, ten years after the events of 1983's 'Return Of The Jedi'.  

Also, according to the report, the new 'Star Wars' movies would also see Ben Solo/Kylo Ren returning to the Dark Side, but this time, Luke Skywalker is not to be blamed.

So basically, Disney wants you to forget that Episode VII to Episode IX ever happened lah.

Let us think about this.
However, nothing yet has been confirmed, but it is interesting to see what hardcore 'Star Wars' fans think of this rumour.

Do we really want another three 'Star Wars' movies? What do you guys think?

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