Legends of Tomorrow really hit its stride since it came back from the winter break. That George Lucas episode seems to have reminded everyone involved of the importance of a good story. As last night’s […] The post The Legends of Tomorrow Battle the Black Knight and Brandon Routh’s British Accent appeared first on Geek.com.
No need to wait for the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ and George Lucas’ movie museums to open in Los Angeles: Major cities in Australia, Europe and North America have their own such institutions, most offering a diverse selection of screenings and permanent and temporary exhibits....
In 2013, Bill Whitaker of CBS This Morning visited George Lucas’ Skywalker Ranch, a vast property in Marin County with a 300-seat theater and a man-made lake. The massive main house, built in the 1980s, looks Victorian, and the ranch has its own functioning fire station — helpful, maybe, to pacify...
Did you know that the most iconic movie prop ever was made out of a piece of photographic gear? While George Lucas was making A New Hope, he used all sorts of junk as props. He wanted to suggest the sense of history and make the items in the movie seem used. Show More Summary
In this edition of Star Wars Bits: Mark Hamill sticks up for Jake Lloyd and George Lucas. Rogue One: A Star Wars Story may be hitting Blu-ray and DVD very soon. Star Wars: The Clone Wars is leaving Netflix. You can now dress like Jyn Erso for $450. Show More Summary
Being a graduate of the Southern Californian School of Cinematic Arts, there is no surprise that George Lucas was inspired by all sorts of storytelling, stories that would have a huge impact on young […] The post The Horror Mythos Behind Star Wars appeared first on Geek.com.
The Star Wars series is really easy to follow, and George Lucas set the whole thing up so both kids and adults can enjoy watching the films, but as simplistic as the storylines are they still leave the viewers with a lot of questions. Show More Summary
Mark Hamill and George Lucas have been pals ever since the former was cast as Luke Skywalker in the latter’s 1977 blockbuster Star Wars: A New Hope. However, that doesn’t mean that their time as friends hasn’t had its ups and downs. In fact, during a recent interview with Vulture Mark Hamill alluded to his... Show More Summary
Last week on Legends of Tomorrow, we had such a tongue-in-cheek episode where the Legends needed to save George Lucas, as Star Wars was responsible for the creation of at least two of the Legends and their heroics (and probably countless others throughout history). This week, however, the show the show went back to its […]
by Sarah Weldon Well, there you have it: Chris Miller, the co-director of the new Han Solo-centered Star Wars spin-off, has thrown his answer in the ring regarding George Lucas's controversial and oft-debated edits to the 1997 re-release...Show More Summary
On 25 May 1977, the face of popular culture and the forward direction of film, particularly American cinema, changed in an instant. A B-movie science fiction film was released by 20 th Century Fox, who were expecting a modest return....Show More Summary
Star Wars creator George Lucas has a great imagination but, as anyone who has seen the prequel trilogy knows, his ear for dialogue is a little more hit or miss
Much of the magic of the Star Wars films derives from the fantastic landscapes and exotic built environments that serve as backdrops for its intergalactic tales of empires and rebellions. But when world-makers like George Lucas create these places, they often draw on real architects and architecture for inspiration, including the last and largest work of …
Legends of Tomorrow returned from hiatus with an episode that featured none other than a young George Lucas, and the folks behind the scenes had a pretty great reason why they wanted to bring him into the story.
Howdy, folks, and welcome to the Legends of Tomorrow open thread, where we invite our loyal commenters to talk about last night's episode. Remember, this is for people who watched it, so there will be spoilers!
I haven’t been keeping up with The CW’s Legends of Tomorrow (there are only so many hours in a day!), but the news that a young George Lucas would be a character in the back half of season 2 is the kind of thing that makes me want to...Show More Summary
DC’s Legends Of Tomorrow is at its best when it doesn’t take itself too seriously, and “Raiders Of The Lost Art” is far and away the show’s silliest episode yet. There are some major developments involving the Spear of Destiny and the...Show More Summary
Legends of Tomorrow isn't the only thing back from a break. In the winter premiere, Rip Hunter finally returns to the show. The former face of the series has been largely absent from season 2, and personally, I haven't missed him much. Show More Summary
"Raiders of the Lost Art" delivers a fun, heart-felt homage to science-fiction cinema and George Lucas in this mid-season premiere. The post Legends of Tomorrow Recap: George Lucas is the Legend’s Only Hope appeared first on CBR.com...
In a new clip, Rip Hunter seeks some film advice from George Lucas before the Legends and the Legion clash right in front of their very eyes. The post Rip & George Lucas Encounter the Legends of Tomorrow in New Clip appeared first on CBR.com.