# Lindelof talks about his involvement in Star Wars universe
David Lindelof, the creator of acclaimed TV series such as “Lost” and “Watchmen,” recently revealed that he was part of the Star Wars universe. However, the writer was asked to leave the project.
In an interview shared on YouTube, Lindelof said, “I was in more than talks to join the Star Wars universe. I joined the Star Wars universe. I was asked to leave the Star Wars universe.”
# Lindelof Collaborates with Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy
Lindelof was working with Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy, who directed two episodes of “Ms. Marvel.” Obaid-Chinoy is also helming one of the three new movies in the Star Wars franchise.
Obaid-Chinoy’s movie focuses on Rey Skywalker, played by Daisy Ridley, as she tries to build a new Jedi Order. Unfortunately, it is unclear what role Lindelof was playing in the project.
# Lindelof Remains Open to Future Collaborations
Despite being asked to leave the Star Wars universe, Lindelof remains open to working on the franchise again in the future. He said, “Will I get back in line outside the club and try to get back in again? Of course. Star Wars was the alpha and the omega. It’s the first movie I saw in a movie theater. I love all of the storytelling in that world. If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again. Or again, again, try, as Yoda would say.”
Lindelof’s departure from the Star Wars universe is interesting, considering that the franchise is known for its secrecy. It remains to be seen whether he will get another chance to work on the franchise or will remain an outsider.