George Lucas later reconsidered the title, believing "revenge" wasn't something a Jedi Knight would seek out.
No, that’s not a typo. Any Star Wars fan can tell you that the original title for the final installment of the original trilogy was Revenge of the Jedi. Franchise creator George Lucas eventually changed the title to Return of the Jedi...Show More Summary
Before there was a return, there was a revenge planned by George Lucas for STAR WARS' Luke Skywalker.
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It could have happened, even if it didn’t. The film careers of George Lucas and Alfred Hitchcock did overlap for a few years there in the ’70s, so the two iconic directors could have collaborated on a project had they so desired. Officially, no such project exists, so it is up to fans to imagine what might have emerged from such a union. Show More Summary
Alfred Hitchcock’s North by Northwest, released in 1959, and George Lucas’ Star Wars saga are both influential films, albeit in very different ways. One is a taut spy thriller, the other a fantastical sci-fi series set in space. They...Show More Summary
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee and Supervisor Aaron Peskin have joined forces seeking to convince George Lucas to open his museum on Treasure Island. Peskin said “the museum could give Treasure Island a heart and a destination,” a sentiment I Read More » The post Lucas Museum Better Fits Mid-Market appeared first on Beyond Chron.
Discover why George Lucas originally didn't think Darth Vader was such a great villain and wanted to kill him off as soon as possible.
Since founded by George Lucas in 1977, in order to create the effects needed for the original Star Wars, Industrial Light and Magic has been at the forefront of making the impossible look real on movie screens. Their current "impossible" task has been to make the Orcs in the Warcraft movie come across as real, relatable characters. Show More Summary
Harrison Jeffs has created a hilarious recut interview where George Lucas gets very emotional while talking with Charlie Rose about the fact that he has never won an Oscar. George is, however, proud of his top-notch parenting skills. Here is the original 54-minute Charlie Rose interview. via GeekTyrant Host your WordPress blog with Laughing Squid […]
With the planned Chicago site for his new museum now in jeopardy, George Lucas has turned his attention elsewhere for his $700-million passion project — and San Francisco has once again returned to the spotlight. A spokeswoman for San Francisco Supervisor Aaron Peskin confirmed that the city and...
Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff isn't happy about the prospects of filmmaker George Lucas opening his own museum in San Francisco — a plan that was rejected two years ago by the city. In a series of tweets on Monday, Benioff voiced his opposition...Show More Summary
George Lucas now has a new hope (sorry) concerning a location for the Lucas Museum Of Narrative Art he’s been trying to get built for several years now. For a while, it looked like his new project would land on Chicago’s lakefront, but...Show More Summary
Previously banished to a city far, far away, Lucas might find a home in San Francisco after all The saga continues. A few weeks ago, George Lucas’ proposed Museum of Narrative Art (featuring the filmmaker’s private collection of cinema...Show More Summary
A museum opens in Palestine — but without any art. George Lucas may once again may be ogling California as a site for his Museum of Narrative Art. And the status of London’s hyper-expensive Garden Bridge may be imperiled now that there’s a new mayor in town. Plus: Plans new and old for L.A.'s Pershing...
I’M NOT STUPID. Donald Trump fires back at criticism from British PM David Cameron: “Well, number one, I’m not stupid, OK? I can tell you that right now,” Trump said. “Just the opposite. Number two, in terms of divisive, I don… Read The post George Lucas, Amazon, Adele, Apple, Russell Tovey, Cannes, Donald Trump, Tilt Brush, NEWS appeared first on Towleroad.
George's' lack of Oscars is exposed in this groundbreaking Charlie Rose interview.
George Lucas has everything a man can achieve in this life... almost. Film student Harrison Jeffs re-edited an interview Lucas gave to Charlie Rose — in which Lucas laments his lack of an Oscar despite his many credits — to be even more dramatic and heart-wrenching than before. It's okay, George. Show More Summary
After taking the torch from George Lucas, the veteran producer immediately got to work building a new future for Star Wars. In retrospect, it made perfect sense. If George Lucas was going to step away from the empire he built, he had...Show More Summary