Before the release of the most popular Star Wars Trilogy of 2015-2019, there were three prequels to the series which spanned from May 1999 to May 2002. The Phantom Menace, Attack of the Clones and Revenge of the Sith were the original films of the series and were all written and co-directed by legendary creator George Lucas. George later gave up ownership of the franchise and JJ Abrams took charge of the creation of the first sequel, Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
JJ Abrams on the Star Wars prequels
JJ Abrams has always remained diplomatic in his responses whenever he is asked of his opinion on the prequels of the Star Wars Trilogy. While Abrams may not have said anything in particular to suggest this, many of the audience and fans of the series are of the notion that the Armageddon director is not exactly a fan of the series’ parent trilogy.
While we are still on the matter of personal opinions, many members of the Star Wars fandom believe that the prequels of the Star Wars Franchise rank higher than the sequels because unlike the latter, the prequels had a more fluid and consistent plot. This could also be linked to what Abrams said about him not exactly having a plan for the Star Wars sequel trilogy since he was only initially supposed to write one episode.
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