Here's what George Lucas really thinks about the Star Wars sequel Trilogy

Without George Lucas, we would not have a magical world of Star Wars. But Bob Iger, Disney's chief executive, revealed that Lucas was not satisfied with the follow-up to the beloved Star Wars series. According to his new book, Disney initially purchased three story outlines from Lucas in 2012, which may be used for future films. Lucas' outline will allow the next three films to explore the "micro biological world" of Star Wars. However, Disney has no contractual obligation to use these stories. Their plot eventually moved in a different direction, unsettling the creators of Star Wars. According to Iger, the decision made him feel "betrayed.". "When they started to describe the plot, George immediately felt uneasy and realized that we didn't use the story he submitted in the negotiation," Iger said in his book journey of life. Are Disney and egger making the right decisions by creating their own stories? It depends on who you ask. In any case, these films are considered great successes, and the upcoming Star Wars: Skywalker's rise is sure to be another box office hit.