Earlier this week, it was suggested in the June issue of Vanity Fair and on The Atlantic’s website that the TFA script junked all of George Lucas’s treatments for the sequel trilogy. Lucas himself had stated Disney had not used … Continue reading
For the past 18 years, fandom has suffered the constant whining about the changes made to Eps IV-VI and a demand that somebody somewhere “change them back.” To make a long story shorter, when I first heard rumors about possible … Continue reading
In light of last week’s news, which in my mind hasn’t been quite “debunked,” that Disney discarded George Lucas’s storyline for the sequel film(s) in favor of whatever we’re going to see in TFA, my tin foil hat has been … Continue reading
Reading about the early days of Star Wars can be very interesting if you care about that sort of thing. A lot has changed about movies, Lucasfilm, and many of the individuals involved since the ‘70s. Plus there’s always dirt … Continue reading
In case you missed my Twitter and Facebook snarking or my open thread on SWPAS, Cinema Blend had a scoop today that Disney ditched George Lucas’s ideas and “went their own way” to develop TFA. That came from Lucas himself, … Continue reading
Recently GL spoke to the New York Post’s Page Six column and revealed that he hadn’t seen the TFA trailer, saying he preferred to just watch the whole thing in the theater. When asked if he was curious about what … Continue reading
Crossposted on SWPAS. A video interview with Lucas and t.v. presenter Charlie Rose on the meaning of Star Wars.