Director Gareth Edwards revealed that George Lucas has seen Rogue One: A Star Wars Story and that he really liked it.
"Rogue One: A Star Wars Story" director Gareth Edwards said George Lucas "really liked" the upcoming film. The post George Lucas ‘Really Liked’ Rogue One, According to Gareth Edwards appeared first on CBR.com.
George Lucas is something of an enigma –he’s one of our most fascinating and important living filmmakers while also being a lightning rod for criticism from the people who grew up appreciating his work. It may take a few more decades...Show More Summary
During a recent set visit to the Rogue One world, George Lucas poked fun at himself to director Gareth Edwards. The post George Lucas Visited the Rogue One Set — And Made Fun of Himself appeared first on CBR.com.
StarWars.com is celebrating its 20th anniversary on Saturday, and an oral history on the origins of the official Star Wars news and fan site basically shows how George Lucas was one of the first purveyors of official movie fan communities. Read more...
George Lucas was apparently thinking about doing some pretty big things within the Star Wars universe even as he was in the planning stages of the eventual $4 billion sale. Check it...
George Lucas commissioned The Star Wars Holiday Special with hopes of keeping the movie fresh in people’s minds while he filmed the Empire Strikes Back. It aired on November 17, 1978 to dismal reviews and is considered by many as one...Show More Summary
Rogue One wasn't the first planned spin-off movie George had in mind.
It's fascinating to watch how things evolve over time. It feels like just yesterday when we were discussing the blockbuster deal that saw George Lucas selling Lucasfilm- complete with the rights to Star Wars and Indiana Jones- to Disney. Show More Summary
Lucasfilm head-honcho Kathleen Kennedy has admitted how George Lucas was involved in the creation of the Star Wars spin-off films.
Before Lucas handed the reins to Disney, he had come up with several ideas for standalone Star Wars films. The post George Lucas Suggested Making Standalone Star Wars Films appeared first on CBR.com.
The "Star Wars" franchise will have its first ever standalone movie when "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story" opens in theaters on December 16, as another focusing on Han Solo is in production. But standalone movies within the saga aren'tShow More Summary
When Disney acquired Lucasfilm from George Lucas, they announced they would be making three new Star Wars films continuing the Skywalker saga, as well as revealed plans to develop stand-alone anthology movies set outside of this overarching story. Show More Summary
One of the more ambitious ideas that Disney has implemented since purchasing LucasFilm from George Lucas is the idea of standalone spinoffs within the Star Wars universe that Lucas created. With the overriding philosophy being that Lucas...Show More Summary
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story is very near its world premiere date, so it’s time for the production team to put the finishing touches on the film, which also includes getting the MPAA to rate the film. Much like its cousin, Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens, this film won’t be getting... Show More Summary
Disney may have scrapped George Lucas’ original vision for a Star Wars sequel trilogy when it bought the franchise, but the iconic director apparently had some input on the newest film in the series, Rogue One, albeit in a small and unexpected way. Show More Summary
Though Star Wars: The Force Awakens abandoned George Lucas, Rogue One director Gareth Edwards welcomed his ideas on set.
Remember when George Lucas and Steven Spielberg predicted Donald Trump would win the election and the United States would fall into a post-apocalyptic state of hell? Okay, maybe that wasn’t exactly what happened. A few years back, the...Show More Summary
Every fan on the planet has predicted there’s going to be some Star Wars Easter eggs in Star Wars: Rogue One
A new expose on the infamous Star Wars Holiday Special reveals that Han Solo was once married to a wookie, but George Lucas thought it was too controversial to show.