The latest Star Wars alum to voice her displeasure with Disney’s Star Wars movies is Marcia Lucas, who was one of the three editors on the original Star Wars from 1977.
The recent Star Wars sequel trilogy seems to have a limitless ability to generate controversy and annoy some segments of the Star Wars audience — and even a few Star Wars creators.
And J.J. Abrams is writing these stories — when I saw that movie where they kill Han Solo, I was furious.
Lucas shared an Academy Award for Best Film Editing for the movie, and she also edited such classics as Martin Scorsese’s Taxi Driver and George Lucas’ American Graffiti.
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