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The Presidio Trust’s board was not misled by its employees when it decided to reject George Lucas’ bid to build a waterfront museum within the unusual national park, federal investigators say. A Department of the Interior review of the...Show More Summary
You’d be hard-pressed to find a longtime Star Wars fan who has a lot of nice things to say about the prequels that George Lucas returned to direct in the late 1990s and through the early 2000s. The Phantom Menace, Attack of the Clones...Show More Summary
George Lucas has been known to take inspiration for his movies from classic films, TV shows, comics and more. The original Star Wars in 1977 took cues from sci-fi serials like Flash Gordon and masterpieces such as Metropolis. Other influences...Show More Summary
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It's a question that has befuddled parents since George Lucas made the "Star Wars" prequels. Do you introduce your kids to "Star Wars" with "Episode I: The Phantom Menace," technically the beginning of the story? Or do you start theShow More Summary
When you ask a regular person who Howard the Duck is, the casual person will probably recall the George Lucas movie from the 80’s that was a sign of how bad a filmmaker he really is. Some folks may recall the cameo the character made in the movie Guardians of the Galaxy voiced by none other than Chris Griffin himself, Seth Green. Show More Summary
In this edition of Star Wars Bits: George Lucas and Kathleen Kennedy remember the late Kenny Baker. Phil Lord and Chis Miller pose on the set of the Millennium Falcon. Rian Johnson has officially begun editing Star Wars: Episode 8. Dave Filoni and Sam Witwer talk Star Wars Rebels. Show More Summary
This past weekend, news broke that Kenny Baker, the man who played R2-D2 in both the original and prequel Star Wars trilogies, died at the age of 81. Since then, members of the extended Star Wars family, including George Lucas, have shared memories of Baker. Show More Summary
"There is no Star Wars without R2-D2," Lucasfilm President Kathleen Kennedy said.
Every Sith Lord has his price.
The "Star Wars" creator and C-3PO actor join Mark Hamill in paying tribute to franchise veteran Kenny Baker, who died Saturday at age 81.
The death of Kenny Baker, the Star Wars icon that portrayed R2-D2 in the three sequels and three prequels of the franchise, has led to a hoard of tributes being released for the diminutive actor. Baker was found dead on Saturday morning by one of his nephews, with his niece later explaining to The Guardian... Show More Summary
Kenny Baker, who starred sight unseen as R2-D2 in the first six Star Wars films, has died at the age of 83. The actor was in his early forties when he was first cast by George Lucas to be the man inside the lovable astromech droid R2-D2 in Star Wars: A New Hope prior to the film's release in 1977.
It would appear that both The Force Awakens and Rogue One: A Star Wars Story are part of a massive apology tour from Kathleen Kennedy for George Lucas’s prequel trilogy, attempting to recapture that magic of the original 1977 film by basically remaking it. Show More Summary
This wasn't your average summer camp. Earlier this week, Google cofounders Larry Page and Sergey Brin hosted an exclusive gathering in Sicily, with a star-speckled guest list that included Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel, George Lucas, and...Show More Summary
Star Wars is pretty much a part of our culture. Since 1977, we have been able to see George Lucas’ dream flourish on our big screens. After the Original Trilogy we thought that was it, but then we got the Prequel Trilogy. We have been able to enjoy Star Wars for the most part on […]
Before The Empire Strikes Back was made, George Lucas actually planned a different sequel to Star Wars called Splinter of the Mind’s Eye. While it was published as a novel in 1978, it was never filmed. So why did George Lucas commission...Show More Summary
The next cinematic return to George Lucas’ Galaxy Far, Far Away is still several months away, but hat hasn’t stopped Disney from building the hype by releasing the film’s first mini TV commercial-sized trailer. While the TV spot doesn’t...Show More Summary