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Post Posted: July 25th 2005 1:16 pm
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About a week and a half ago I received an email stating that our articles on the upcoming Star Wars television series were now out of date due to the fact that the TV adaptation will NOT be out, or even beginning production, within a year; unlike what the first reports from Lucas had stated. We had already reported that Lucas didn't plan to go into full-blown production on Star Wars Television till 2006 or 2007...

Star Wars TV 2008

I find it hard to talk about films that come out in 2007 let alone TV shows that are expected in 2008, but then again we are talking about Star Wars here. However, I do have my latest issue of EW, and there is a tiny little column called 'Fever Chart', that states the same change of release date for the Star Wars series. In the 'Fever Chart', this quote is ranked second from bottom [the closer to the bottom the worse the news]:

Star Wars Television won't arrive until 2008.

Post Posted: July 27th 2005 7:15 am
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A major motion picture and a tv show are not the same thing. The latter really shouldn't take 3 years to make, especially if it's been declared as a "a series about some background characters" - ie the unimportant ones.

Post Posted: July 29th 2005 2:19 pm

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2008 :vfuckoff:

Oh well! At least they have a lot of time to think about things, and make the show as good as it will be (hopefully).
At the other hand as well, we will (probably) have the films in 3D before the series starts off, we'll have all the films on DVD and we will have Clone Wars III. Not to mention a lot of cool looking games.

Although its a long ride, im sure that we'll be okay until 2008!

Post Posted: July 29th 2005 2:26 pm
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I'd rather he'd wait and take his time to develop this thing, if it has to be done at all. The whole idea still seems dumb to me, though.

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