Fact or Fiction: The Complete Star Wars Universe
One day, George Lucas had an idea about a space opera that was going to be an epic adventure following different generations of the Skywalker family. The Star Wars saga also tells the story of good vs. evil and the Jedi vs. the Sith. It quickly grew into an unending list of planets, alien races, and galaxies that is now one of the biggest environments ever created in film history.
But George Lucas did not think he had a hit after finishing filming Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope, and he was preparing for it to flop upon its release. However, shortly after it hit theaters, he got a phone call telling him to turn on the news. From that moment on, Star Wars only got bigger, better, and stronger.
Since you’re here, you must be a fan of Star Wars, so let’s see if you know as much about the saga as you think you do!
Star Wars universe
The Star Wars Universe is a massive expanse of space featuring galaxies, planets, and people that all help to create the epic story of the many generations of the Skywalker family. It captivated an entire generation of fans with the way the Star Wars story was told. From the first moment we see Darth Vader until the rest of the story is shown, every Star Wars film brings with it a sense of wonderment and joy for audiences.
After the original trilogy was released in the late '70s, George Lucas waited until technology was able to give him the ability to make more films. He then used that new technology to make the prequel films. Then, in the 2010s, he brought the Skywalker saga to a close with one final trilogy about the story of Luke Skywalker and his real family.