Why George Lucas Was Intentionally Vague About His Star Wars Design Plans
George Lucas cemented himself as a pop culture icon when he helped to kick-start the “Star Wars” franchise.
When the first movie first premiered in 1977, simply known as “Star Wars” and later renamed “A New Hope,” it was clear that it would become a stepping stone for a major franchise.
Part of this had to do with the fact that Lucas seemed to have a specific creative vision for what the rest of the “Star Wars” universe and continuity looked like.However, that wasn’t necessarily the case, at least according to the main effects designers that worked with him.
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