George Lucas' son Jett discussed the Star Wars sequel trilogy in a recent interview with Flicks and the City. Lucas, who played Padawan Zett Jukassa in the prequels, says he already knows the story of the movies, but remained tight-lipped about it. He did say that director J.J. Abrams, who he called "terrifically animated" and "extremely talented," was "constantly talking" to his father about Episode VII.
"Between him and the guidelines my dad has set, I have no doubt that the next three movies are going to be great," he said.
Lucas also suggested that he was interested in working behind-the-scenes on the production of Episode VII, but he added that it would probably be uncredited because "having another Lucas on that is touchy."
To hear more from Jett Lucas, including his thoughts on potential subplots and his take on the Saoirse Ronan casting rumor, check out the Flicks and the City interview below (via MakingStarWars.net).
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