Terence Stamp: George Lucas was not a director of actors
In an interview with Empire Magazine, Terence Stamp spoke about his experience working with George Lucas on Star Wars. Stamp played Chancellor Valorum, Supreme Chancellor of the Galactic Republic, in 1999's Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace. Stamp says:
"We didn’t get on at all. I didn’t rate him that much as a director, really. I didn’t feel like he was a director of actors; he was more interested in stuff and effects. He didn’t interest me and I wouldn’t think I interested him."
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