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When it comes to movies, George Lucas knows a thing or two. He’s had a long career, and has made many a famous (and infamous) movie. So some many find it curious what he had to say about how studios lacked talent and imagination. “…the problem has always been the studios,” Lucas told Charlie Rose […]
Listen: The Following the Nerd Podcast Ep 111 – “Nothing goes over my head; my reflexes are too fast.”September 22nd, 2014 by Marc Comments
It’s the week’s biggest podcast – you know it’s true – and the is week we’re defending George Lucas. Brave, right?
The Star Wars is very different from Star Wars… but does it translate to comic form? Dave have a look…
Potential casting news for Episode VII!
Dublin was flooded with Star Wars fans as the EG Invaded again. Our man Andy was there to give his thoughts. PLUS Check out Saxon’s awesome video of the event
It was the greatest climax in cinema… as all the threads from the trilogy tied together and Luke tried to redeem his father. It’s epic, it’s Jedi and Oliver is reviewing it… enjoy
“There is no attempt being made to carry characters (from the standalone films) in and out of the saga episodes. Consequently, from the creative standpoint, it’s a roadmap that George made pretty clear.”
Darth Maul’s Clone Wars story arc gets a finale through comics? Yes, it seems that fans of the Clone Wars animated series can breathe a sigh of relief as the biggest unfinished story arc in the series – that of Darth Maul’s return – will be finished, albeit on the printed page
The Force is strong in her.
According to his son Jett Lucas (pictured)
The first issue of the eight-issue mini-series is set to be released on September 4, 2013
After the promise of season 3 could the fourth series build on some great story arcs and character development? Well, the return of a villainous favourite certainly suggested it could but…
It seems he pulled a Jedi Mind trick on us and made us think it was on the 29th.
Can Dave Filoni and his team build on the success of the first series? Bash finds out…
Is Lucas being left out of the loop?
Bash looks back on the final film in George Lucas’ original Star Wars trilogy in this, its 30th year
It sounded so brilliant, but so crazy, that when it was announced on April 1 it seemed like an April Fool’s joke
The director said he will seek George Lucas’s advice. And, oh yeah, he might still helm a third film involving Kirk, Spock et al
‘He has been a great inspiration to me over the years,’ said J.J. Abrams collaborator Michael Giacchino