It is currently September 25th 2018 8:24 am




 
Post Posted: December 10th 2009 9:28 am
 
User avatar

Join: May 2nd 2005 7:26 am
Posts: 1999
Location: Down the rabbit hole
It's not much, but there's a blurb over @ AICN in regards to an entry on Thomas Dolby's blog. Read more below:

http://www.aintitcool.com/node/43330
http://blog.thomasdolby.com/?p=962

[hr]
My host is friend and former collaborator Paul Sebastien, who over the years has worked for Xbox, Playstation, and now LucasArts. Last night he was telling me a little about the forthcoming Star Wars-related TV show, movie and online games—very cool indeed.

... it sounds like Mr Lucas has got his head into a good place. I met him several times when I was working on a movie in the 80s called [name suppressed to protect credibility!] and he’s a decent chap, but I could have done without the last three SW movies.


[hr]
:siren: UPDATE

http://blog.thomasdolby.com/?p=968

new Star Wars movie correction
December 10th, 2009

A slight correction about the Lucas thing that my friend Paul Sebastien pointed out to me: he’s actually not aware of any movie plans, and was just talking about the live action TV show that George had talked about in an interview with an Australian TV station a while back. Paul is only working on the games side, and I know from past experience that he’s very professional and discrete, and would never leak confidential secrets, even to a close friend.

Sorry to throw a bucket of water on it, Star Wars fans: I should have chosen my words more carefully given the ultra-sensitivity of your blogosphere!


Post Posted: December 10th 2009 6:17 pm
 
Bush Pilot
User avatar

Join: March 23rd 2005 3:46 pm
Posts: 1454
I wouldn't be shocked by another animated Clone Wars movie. But a sequel trilogy? It'll never happen.


Post Posted: December 10th 2009 6:49 pm
 
User avatar

Join: March 22nd 2005 11:53 pm
Posts: 1494
Location: Deep Space Nine
Lucas is all about the Clone Wars/prequel era. I predict the OT's last hurrah will be a Blu-ray/DVD release with some bomb-ass features. I'm thinking deleted scenes, a cast reunion of sorts, etc. Maybe they'll even take a page from Warner and produce a giant documentary through a series of making-of's for each individual movie.


Post Posted: December 10th 2009 6:53 pm
 
User avatar

Title: darthpsychotic@gmail.com
Join: July 3rd 1971 6:59 pm
Posts: 4218
Cryostar wrote:
:siren: UPDATE

http://blog.thomasdolby.com/?p=968

new Star Wars movie correction
December 10th, 2009

A slight correction about the Lucas thing that my friend Paul Sebastien pointed out to me: he’s actually not aware of any movie plans, and was just talking about the live action TV show that George had talked about in an interview with an Australian TV station a while back. Paul is only working on the games side, and I know from past experience that he’s very professional and discrete, and would never leak confidential secrets, even to a close friend.

Sorry to throw a bucket of water on it, Star Wars fans: I should have chosen my words more carefully given the ultra-sensitivity of your blogosphere!


This thread was split off from the MF Live-Action Series Forum. The top of the thread has been updated with a clarification from Mr She Blinded Me With Science.


Post Posted: December 10th 2009 10:29 pm
 
User avatar

Join: May 2nd 2005 7:26 am
Posts: 1999
Location: Down the rabbit hole
Many thanks for the update DP.


Display posts from previous:  Sort by  
 



Jump to:  




millenniumfalcon.com©
phpBB©