“Close to 18 years ago she transferred ownership of thousands of works from the gallery to the museum, and none of those works are on offer. Clearly, her heart is more in being a museum owner than a merchant. Why? Bragging rights.”
The summer of 1976 was probably not a fun one for George Lucas, who was then toiling at London’s Elstree Studios during a brutal heatwave. His third feature film, Star Wars, was five weeks behind schedule, and his bosses at 20th Century Fox were running out of patience. Show More Summary
George Lucas wasn't involved with making Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, but he still got to take a look at the spinoff when it was shooting, and it sounds like he left quite an impression.
Find out the hilarious way Marvel Comics got rid of a character from the "Star Wars" comic book series that George Lucas wanted them to dump.
How did Marvel write off the character they introduced for their Star Wars comic that George Lucas hated enough that he asked them to get rid of the character?
While Star Wars eliminated the existing extended universe when they took over the property from George Lucas, they've been slowly building it back up with their own material since then. If there's a benefit to that, it's that some of this material may be more important to the main movies...
An influential Iranian filmmaker has died. How the art world gets “Brexit” all wrong. And helpful advice for George Lucas on how he might actually get his museum of narrative art built. Plus, President Obama’s library architects, the Orange County Museum of Art moves forward with move plans and...
Samuel Jackson has had several iconic roles over the years, and some of the characters meet less-than-perfect fates, but one of those deaths still sticks in his craw. Jackson claims he brought up the fate of his Star Wars character to George Lucas once because he believes he shouldn’t have been killed off. Show More Summary
If you’ve played any of the Lego games, then you know they are filled with a ton of selectable characters. Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens is no exception, with 150 characters for […]
And, he says, George Lucas is down with the idea
One of the better characters created in the Star Wars prequels was Mace Windu, the Jedi master played by Samuel L. Jackson. If you forgive him for that awful “This party’s over” line from Attack of the Clones, he’s actually a pretty bad ass Jedi. Show More Summary
During an IMDb Q&A session, Samuel L. Jackson answered a fan who asked whose idea it was to kill Mace Windu. His answer came with a surprising twist: "In my mind, I'm not dead. Jedis can fall incredibly high distances and not die."
George Lucas has had a sorry old time trying to get his MAD Architects-designed Lucas Museum of Narrative Art built. Unveiled in 2014, it subsequently required a redesign to address concerns over the loss of public land. At this point...Show More Summary
He's a friend of George Lucas, and that friendship causes him to claim insane things, like hinting that he thought the prequels were good, or at least sported an innovative visual style. But he's right that we've seen all this...
In a recent interview, Samuel L. Jackson shared his theory on why his Jedi character Mace Windu is still alive.
Despite apparently falling to his death in "Revenge of the Sith," the actor and director agree that the Jedi Master could have survived.
Avatar director James Cameron just made his feelings known about J.J. Abrams‘ film Star Wars: The Force Awakens in a new video interview with Keely Stinner. “I have to say that I felt that George [Lucas]‘s group of six films had more innovative visual imagination, and this film was more a retrenchment to things you [...]
James Cameron and George Lucas are buddies, which makes sense. Both of them are pioneers in the world of science fiction, and both of them love creating wondrous worlds filled with strange creatures, and then sapping all of the wonder out of them for the sake of sequels and tie-ins. Lucas (and his pal Spielberg) […]
The more I read about the departure of George Lucas's neofuturist storage unit, that unsightly blob of a building meant to house his movie posters and Yoda holograms, the sorrier I felt for the guy. He's 72 and he just wants a museu...
SAN FRANCISCO—With the finality of an exploding Death Star or Britain's vote to exit the EU, legendary movie maker George Lucas has terminated plans to build his Lucas Museum of the Narrative Arts in Chicago. "Chicago will no longer be considered a potential site for the museum," Lucas said late Friday morning. Show More Summary