Tag Archives: George Lucas
This summer, Popdose presents “Legendary,” a serial novel set in the 80s. Written by Scott Malchus, it will run from May to August.
A picture’s worth a thousand words — they don’t necessarily say anything though.
Much like Pee Wee Herman, these examples of the PR shuck ‘n jive “meant to do that.”
Could this be the best thing George Lucas ever made?
As Return of the Jedi turns 30, Revival House takes a look back at the conclusion to the original Star Wars trilogy.
Laser blasts don’t leave no blood behind.
Sometimes a film cries out for a sequel. And sometimes we cry out when we see a sequel. Here are seven movie series that fall into the second group.
One “Star Wars” megafan is deeply conflicted about the Disney/Lucasfilm merger.
Well, he doesn’t.
Will a new round of unwelcome, unnecessary changes come with the Star Wars Blu-rays? Of course it will.
At 44 minutes, Robot Chicken: Star Wars Episode III is infinitely shorter than Star Wars Episodes I, II and III and it’s also infinitely better than George Lucas’ very flawed movies.
This week’s Revival House celebrates the 30th anniversary of Raiders of the Lost Ark.
In this week’s Revival House, Jeff Johnson throws a 30th birthday party for The Empire Strikes Back.
Peter Chakerian is back from celebrating TV Turn-Off Week — and in his latest installment of 21st Century Digital Boy, he looks at how far his beloved boob tube has come, anticipates the Heroes season finale, and bids farewell to Bea Arthur.