George Lucas's $1 Billion museum finds it home at L.A's Exposition Park.
At my first screening of Silence, George Lucas introduced Martin Scorsese’s new Japan-set spiritual drama at San Francisco’s Castro Theatre by praising it as a film that belongs in the 20th century. Whatever Lucas meant by that, Silence feels far older, even archaic, bemoaning as it does the arduousness of European colonialism. “It’s Hard Out... Read more »
Apparently, the force is much stronger in Los Angeles than it is in San Francisco. Star Wars creator and beloved filmmaker George Lucas recently announced he has chosen the City of Angels as the location for the $1 billion Lucas Museum of Narrative Art. Show More Summary
Back in 1977, no one knew if George Lucas' space opera Star Wars would be a hit, or be remembered years later. Especially Lucas. Then he had to come up with a continuing story, which ended up being full of plot holes. Rabid Star Wars fans know this, and cannot stop talking about them. Show More Summary
Star Wars: Force Arena joined the populous ranks of Star Wars games on mobile today. It's a two-lane MOBA starring many familiar faces from George Lucas's famed sci-fi franchise. As with most games of this nature, Force Arena can be a little obtuse at times. Show More Summary
Appropriately enough, George Lucas’s long-planned Museum of Narrative Art is coming to the realm of the stars. The enormous museum will be built in Los Angeles, courtesy of $1 billion in funding from Lucas himself, pending city approval. Show More Summary
For starters, it’s not just a “Star Wars” museum Chicago didn’t want Star Wars creator George Lucas’ Museum of Narrative Art, but Los Angeles was a different story. From the beginning, LA has opened its arms, and when it was announced...Show More Summary
Both present and future With the news that Exposition Park will soon become the home of George Lucas's huge, flying saucer-y Museum of Narrative Art, now seems like a good time to take stock of what's already in the park—and what's on...Show More Summary
Because that’s the kind of thing you can do when you have Star Wars money.
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After Tuesday’s announcement that L.A.’s Exposition Park would become home to the Lucas Museum of Narrative Art, Mayor Eric Garcetti said, “People will visit from around the world to see the original Darth Vader mask and Norman Rockwell paintings.” But what else from filmmaker George Lucas’ 40,000-piece...
You might want to seriously consider booking a trip to the West Coast in the future. George Lucas has announced the location for his long-awaited museum and it’s going to be in Los […] The post George Lucas Has Chosen the Location for His Art Museum appeared first on Geek.com.
The first person I heard utter “the force is with us” in the wake of the announcement that Los Angeles was chosen to be the site of filmmaker George Lucas’ Museum of Narrative Arts was Curren Price, the City Council member whose district includes Exposition Park, where the museum will be located....
George Lucas had advanced warning that Jar Jar Binks might not be well received by fans in Star Wars: The Phantom Menace.
After bouncing from city to city, it appears George Lucas' museum will end up in LA. The post George Lucas' Museum Finally (Maybe!) Lands in Los Angeles appeared first on WIRED.
After much deliberation, the Lucas Museum of Narrative Art has settled on opening in Los Angeles on May 4th, 2020.
IT IS welcome news that George Lucas and his team have finally settled upon a museum home for the Star Wars creator’s collection, after a years-long saga among three cities. Because the $1 billion Lucas Museum for Narrative Art has a vital mission to achieve. In an American culture that clings to its bubbles and walls […]
The Force is strong in downtown L.A.
It looks like George Lucas has finally found a place to put the museum he's trying to build for years. However, we don't need to wait for it to get built in order to see some of the material that will be inside it.
Courtesy of Lucas Museum of Narrative Art LA beat out San Francisco for George Lucas' Museum of Narrative Art, which will be housed in Exposition Park. Exposition Park is already home to the Natural History Museum, the California African American Museum and the California Science Center. The museum board said Lucas chose LA [...]