George Lucas and the Mandalorian Directors discuss whether he will appear in Star Wars


The Disney+ service is helping Star Wars expand its horizons and bring new stories into this galaxy far, far away. The Mandalorian, The Book of Boba Fett, and Obi-Wan Kenobi, as well as other live-action series have contributed a great deal to consuming and understanding Star Wars lore more thoroughly.

George Lucas has made all of this possible in the present. In addition to writing and creating the series' central characters, he also illustrated them. The genre of space adventure has become one of the most admired and profound in world cinema because of him. The first film to introduce it was Star Wars (1977), later retitled as Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope.

Several years later, Lucas directed a prequel series. Several reports indicated that he had planned three sequels, but none were produced. The prequels received mixed reviews and Lucas decided not to proceed with the sequels and sold Lucasfilms and the Star Wars rights to Disney in 2012 for $4 billion.

Lucas created characters and backdrops years ago, which have remained in every other Star Wars story, including Disney's sequel trilogy. Although Lucas's stories ended with the Tragedy of Darth Vader, its essence still exists in Star Wars.

Despite Lucas' departure from Star Wars, fans respect and admire his work. A cameo appearance from Lucas on The Mandalorian was discussed by directors Jon Favreau and Dave Filoni in an interview with Entertainment Weekly.

Aside from that, Filoni, who worked with Lucas on The Clone Wars before Lucasfilm's acquisition and is considered his 'padawan' among Star Wars creators, spoke about what role Lucas can play in the series.

During the time of Baron Papanoida, Pantora, a moon of Orto Plutonia, was under his control. In Revenge of the Sith, George Lucas portrayed the character. Having the visionary director play his son in The Mandalorian makes sense. Even though George Lucas is no longer making creative decisions for the Star Wars franchise, he remains deeply attached to it.

When Dave Filoni directs episodes of The Mandalorian, Lucas still collaborates with him. Jon Favreau revealed this detail by revealing he closely monitors Lucas and Filoni's exchange of views and has learned much from their conversations. According to Favreau, it is a blessing to have Lucas on his show's set:

As well as animated and live-action Star Wars projects, Dave Filoni has worked on numerous television projects. As Executive Creative Director at Lucasfilm, he is responsible for executing the lore's widespread expansion.

Would he be able to bring George Lucas into The Mandalorian as a cameo? Lucas keeps himself behind the curtains, making the answer difficult. Nevertheless, he is always there to help The Mandalorian team carry on the legacy of Star Wars he spent decades creating.

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