Last week, Tran deleted all the photos from her account as reports surfaced saying that online harassment was to blame - mostly because certain "Star Wars" fans don't like her character from "The Last Jedi", Rose Tico. "But there's this world of creatures that operate differently than we do".
Hamill tweeted Boyega: 'Be careful there son- the last time I let a fan put themself in my shoes, they just took off running & sold them on Ebay'. "They feed off the Force". "Of course, a lot of fans would have hated it, just like they did Phantom Menace and everything, but at least the whole story from beginning to end would be told". In those excerpted quotes, Lucas discussed his plans for the sequel Star Wars trilogy he wanted to make before selling Lucasfilm to Disney (who then abandoned his pitch for its own story).
And he's not too happy some who claim they are fans are spoiling the franchise for others - and for the stars, especially.
It seems Lucas' trilogy featured more of the midi-chlorians, the Whills of the Force, and would have tied the entire Star Wars saga together. This is something that Lucas has admitted himself.
Obviously I could go on and on about everything that is unbelievable in the Star Wars films, but one of the most striking things about them is the creativity involved in all the different alien characters, their societies, their characteristics, and how well they fit into the stories, and this is no exception. And in 2016's Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, the character of Baze Malbus (Jiang Wen) once was a devoted Guardian of the Whills. But given that Lucas no longer ran the show, filmmaker J.J. Given how people have reacted to changes regarding the Force in the new movies, as well as the midi-chlorians in the prequels, Lucas' assumptions were probably correct.