He later stressed that the vast majority of fans supported the cast and thanked them for "putting yourselves in our shoes", adding: "You understand that there is a process, so much appreciated".
"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", Hamill wrote.
The London-born actor, who appeared in The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi, told followers: "You're not entitled to politeness when your approach is rude".More news: Why Nike's World Cup boots have upset Iran coach Queiroz
Still, the full story of Lucas' Star Wars sequels remains likely to be untold.
Directed by J.J. Abrams, Star Wars: Episode IX is set to arrive in theaters on December 20, 2019.
However, Lucas has shown some self-awareness about how is own films might have been received. But for now, fans can at least start theorizing with this little peek into the Star Wars that could have been. I haven't spoken to her so I am just as clueless. We're vessels for them. They are essentially a bunch of tiny creatures who happen to have control over the entire universe by tapping into the largest force there is, so large it's literally called THE force; what a bizzare contradiction. Rogue One featured references to the Whills, as Chirrut Îmwe was described as being a former Guardian of the Whills who protected the Temple of the Kyber.More news: Michael Cohen hunts for new lawyers in FBI probe
This sounds like the kind of detail that would be fascinating in some kind of epic novel series, but would it have been the right direction for the Star Wars universe?
Honestly, that doesn't sound all that compelling. As it stands, the Force being something more of a spiritual plane where a being can get in touch with the living world around them and learn to manipulate it and become one with it is much more in tune with the mysticism established in the original trilogy. "People weren't nice about how I looked".
"If I'd held onto the company I could have done it, and then it would have been done".More news: Right Now, NASA's Opportunity Is Battling a Potentially Deadly Martian Dust Storm
The toxicity of the "Star Wars" fandom has reached new heights recently, and actor John Boyega, who plays Finn in the new trilogy of films, is sick of it. Boyega took to Twitter on Tuesday to call out fans for harassment in the wake of his co-star Kelly Marie Tran (Rose Tico in "The Last Jedi") deleting all of her Instagram photos.