Topic: George-Lucas

Sunday Cute: Grizzly Bear Eats R2-D2

Sunday Cute: Grizzly Bear Eats R2-D2

I’m not really sure how that poor little droid ended up there in the first place, but gee, that grizzly sure does seem to like him. Though it probably would have made the whole Star Wars trilogy go a lot faster if the grizzly ate Vader instead. Or better yet, George Lucas. That’d probably fix things.

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50 Hours of ‘Star Wars’ TV Footage Is Collecting Dust on George Lucas’ Shelf

50 Hours of 'Star Wars' TV Footage Is Collecting Dust on George Lucas' Shelf

Tell my fifteen-year-old self that there was a live-action Star Wars television series in the works, and I would’ve jumped up and down and screamed in delight. Tell me that now, and I’m still pretty psyched. For all the cheesiness of Episodes I-III, George Lucas‘ universe is still so compelling. But here’s the downside: Lucas won’t get moving on a TV show until he’s sure he can make it at the same quality as the Star Wars films. More »

The 7 Most Shocking Moments in the ‘Star Wars’ Canon

The 7 Most Shocking Moments in the 'Star Wars' Canon

With almost 35 years under its belt, George LucasStar Wars universe has stretched across movies, TV, books, video games, and comics to tell its many stories — not to mention, to keep one-upping itself so that the series stays relevant. In honor of May the 4th, or Star Wars Day, I’ve picked through these stories and found the most shocking moments: good characters going bad, beloved aliens and humans dying, and more than one identity revealed. More »

Hollywood Jobs: Dan Curry, Visual Effects Supervisor

Hollywood Jobs: Dan Curry, Visual Effects Supervisor

This week, I got to let my inner Trekkie shine, and by “shine” I mean, I basically freaked out and had a conniption fit BECAUSE I GOT TO INTERVIEW SOMEONE FROM STAR TREK!!!!! Dan Curry is a Visual Effects Producer and Supervisor, most famous for his work on Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Star Trek: Voyager and Enterprise. He has won seven Emmys, and currently serves as the Visual Effects Supervisor for Chuck, which airs Mondays at 8PM on NBC. Dan spoke to me from his home California, while I tried to not have a mild stroke. More »