It’s that time of year again when fanboys and girls from around the world transform into superheroes, aliens, or maybe just George Lucas. That’s right: It’s New York Comic Con.
“The biggest pop star in America today is a man named Karl Martin Sandberg. The lead singer of an obscure ’80s glam-metal band, Sandberg grew up in a remote suburb of Stockholm and is now 44. Sandberg is the George Lucas, the LeBron James, the Serena Williams of American pop. He is responsible for more […]
Imagine that Jules Verne produced the Star Wars saga instead of George Lucas. Swedish artist Bjorn Hurri brings us a series of Star Wars characters rendered in steampunk style.He's been working on the series for years, and is now up to 13 characters. Show More Summary
In 1976, George Lucas said that there would be nine episodes of the Star Wars saga, according to Anthony Daniels.
Lucas Museum of Narrative Art acquires "Book of Genesis" art! A look back at "Buz Sawyer" cartoonist's collaboration with U.S. government! Plus much more!
People of a certain age (i.e. “Old”) will remember when in the early days of HBO, a weird,wild animated film called Twice Upon a Time made the rounds. Many paid it heed because it was executive produced by George Lucas, currently in the process of imprinting our childhoods with a new mythology. But except […]
No big deal, just three iconic film directors hangin' out takin' selfies. Not the droids you're looking for. Move along. Except it is kind of awesome to see "Star Wars" king George Lucas, the "Godfather" himself, Francis Ford Coppola, and Opie, aka Ron Howard, in one very casual-looking photo. Show More Summary
Children's Book Review by Susan Stephenson, www.thebookchook.com Star Wars: The Adventures of Luke Skywalker, Jedi Knight is a picture book I think your older kids will love. Based on the story by George Lucas, this version was written by Tony Diterlizzi and features the actual concept art of Ralph McQuarrie, designer for the original trilogy. Show More Summary
Twenty years ago, it was rare to run into an adult who hadn’t seen Star Wars. Now, 40 years on, there have been two generations come of age since George Lucas released his space fantasy, and some folks -and their parents- find that watching six movies to catch up is a bit of a hassle. Show More Summary
Imagine this: It's early 1977, and director George Lucas is able to magically take curious would-be moviegoers on an immersive tour of the desert planet from his forthcoming movie — something called Star Wars — from the hot seat of Luke Skywalker's landspeeder Lucas couldn't do that, but J.J. Show More Summary
Sillof is a master customizer of action figures. You’ve seen his work before on Neatorama. His latest project is unveiled at just the right time to inaugurate his new website design. It’s a tribute to the works of George Lucas, which of course includes Star Wars, but also his earlier film American Graffiti. Show More Summary
It certainly isn’t news that collecting Star Wars toys is not only an enjoyable hobby, but also an expensive one. George Lucas must have foreseen this when he brokered a deal to keep the licensing and merchandising rights for himself. Show More Summary
The plans for the controversial George Lucas Museum of Narrative Art in Chicago are getting a bit of a makeover. MAD Architects and the team working on the design, which includes local designer Studio Gang and New York-based SCAPE, revealed plans that
Director John Landis - close friend to George Lucas - says that the theatrical version of the Original 'Star Wars' Trilogy is finally being released.
How George Lucas, Led Zeppelin, the Beastie Boys, and tons of artists borrowed from others...and why that's okay.
In between showing up in every documentary ever made, John Landis stopped by a Halloween Horror Nights Q&A in Orlando, Florida last night, where he dropped an interesting tidbit about a galaxy far, far away. According to the American...Show More Summary
If you're a fan of the original Star Wars trilogy, but not a fan of the way George Lucas went in and mucked about with them, we may have some good news for you. It's been rumored and reported before, but apparently Disney may release...Show More Summary
Give "Star Wars" mastermind George Lucas his due: The new, slimmed-down design of his once-bloated lakefront museum is better than the first try. Think of it as the Weight Watchers version of Jabba the Hutt, the fat, toadlike crime boss in the "Star Wars" saga.
George Lucas and Mayor Rahm Emanuel have decided that it's finally time to allow the public to see the latest look for the Lucas Museum of Narrative Arts. The updated plans have been floating around for the last several...
A movie isn’t finished until it’s playing on the big screen in front of you, and sometimes not even then if you’re someone like George Lucas. But leading up to that final cut, a lot of decisions are made, whether it’s in the writingShow More Summary