In this photo featuring Adam Driver, ‘Star Wars’ fans are roasting George Lucas’ ‘Dad Shoes.’
George Lucas has had a rollercoaster journey through 44 years of Star Wars. Lucas has remained the same man he started out as in movie after movie and years of laboring in a galaxy far, far away.
While most award-winning, mega-rich writer/directors are strutting along red carpets and posing for photos, Lucas has stuck to his signature style– or rather, lack thereof. Fans of Star Wars may mock his mannerisms, but the majority of them appreciate that after so many years of success, George Lucas has remained true to himself and has not been influenced by Hollywood.
George Lucas’s Filmography spans 50 years.
George Lucas claimed that “most people” misunderstand the Star Wars saga.
George Lucas is best known for Star Wars, but his career didn’t begin there and hasn’t been limited to that. The film American Graffiti, released in 1973, catapulted Lucas to stardom. According to IMDb, the picture was a great smash, receiving five Academy Award nominations. Before 1977’s legendary premiere of Star Wars, the film would also spawn the iconic Lucasfilm. At the time of its premiere, the film was the highest-grossing film of all time, and a legend was formed.
After the picture elevated Lucas’s profile and demonstrated Lucasfilm’s innovative production procedures, he went on to produce considerably more work than Star Wars. He would also go on to pioneer enormous technological improvements in film and computer animation while writing and directing the Indiana Jones franchise.
Lucas and his pair of ‘dad sneakers’
Lucas has a classic look to him. That is to say, his style is mostly unchanged since 1977– he dresses up, then goes outside. His clothing frequently lack the coherence and flair that you’d expect from a man worth $7 billion. Among his supporters, his predictable unfashionable outfits have become his own brand of “dad style.”
On a photo of Lucas and Kylo Ren actor Adam that was recently uploaded on Reddit… This is a condensed version of the narrative. I hope you found it entertaining.