Fans Petition for Lucasfilm to Remake the ‘Star Wars’ Sequels

Fans Petition for Lucasfilm to Remake the ‘Star Wars’ Sequels. Star Wars fan, David Evans began a petition to have Lucasfilm and Disney remove the Star Wars sequels (The Force Awakens, The Last Jedi, and The Rise of Skywalker) from Star Wars canon and remake the films with new stories written by his Uncle that do not include Rey, Finn, or Kylo Ren.

At the time of writing, the petition has earned over 1,900 signatures, with a goal of 2,500 before being presented to The Walt Disney Company.

Evans shares, “Ever since Disney took over Star Wars, have failed to live up to it’s potential with the Sequel Trilogy. Plenty of fans, including me have been disappointed with them. Force Awakens was dumb and could be boring at times but had potential for a great sequel which turned out to be Rian Johnson’s dumpster fire known as “The Last Jedi”. That not only let down millions of fans, but killed the Star Wars franchise, especially right after Rogue One’s Success. I think it’s time to revive Star Wars with the remake the Sequel Trilogy based on a script my uncle wrote, which would be completely different and aim towards a 2022 or 2023 release. It would have no Rey, no Finn, and no Kylo Ren. There would be the New Jedi Order and the against the Sons of Vader and the New Empire. Please sign this petition and tell all of your friends about it to save Star Wars. You could find my uncle’s ideas on MyCast and see who I think should be cast as he wants me to play Luke’s son and put me in charge of casting.

You can view the petition for yourself by CLICKING HERE

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