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 Starwars episode 7, 8 and 9
R2-D2George Lucas: Youâ??re going to be greatly disappointed in the next trilogy. Revenge of the Sith is the darkest of the Star Wars films because it represents the destruction of the Jedi and the Old Republic. In contrast, Episode 7, 8 and 9 are bright and happy films. No darkness at all in the new trilogy. I plan to introduce many characters similar to the Ewoks and Jar Jar Binks to further brighten the demeanor of the films. After all, the primary target group for Star Wars is children.

I want children to be able to greatly enjoy the final trilogy that will be made in my lifetime. Some children probably didnâ??t enjoy Revenge of the Sith as much as the previous Star Wars films. Without doubt, the children are going to love Episode 7. Weâ??re going to have singing and a lot of hugging and sharing of love in Episode 7. Everybody is celebrating the rebirth of the New Jedi Order and the New Republic. I want to reflect this happiness on film by having scenes that show how elated everyone is in the films. You can expect to see several dancing and singing scenes at the beginning, middle and end of Episode 7.

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 Starwars on the tele.
R2-D2George Lucas talked about the state of the various Star Wars television projects in development in the second part of an interview with TV Guide.

"There's Clone Wars, and we're in the middle of that," he said. "It's basically like Star Wars [in that it] takes place between, obviously, Episode II and Episode III, but it's the same kind of action. Unfortunately, it doesn't fall into the realm of what animation [typically] is, which is either adult, kind of off-color humor or kiddie stuff. This is, like Star Wars, sort of in between those two things. It's a lot of battle stuff, and it's obviously the Clone Wars, so it's a war picture. ... It's very much like the features. We're still trying to figure out how to put it on the air."

Lucas said that there are a hundred episodes planned for the series, half of which should be completed before the first one airs. Lucas and his company are aiming to premiere the series in the fall of 2008 but are still considering where it would fit best on the broadcast schedule. "So far, everybody's got the same conundrums," he said. "'How do we program it? Where does it live? Where can we put something like this?' You know, it has to go after 9 o'clock and it can't be on a kiddie channel."

Lucas is also working on a live-action series for television and said that he expects to be writing it about a month from now. The series will be set in the Star Wars universe between Episode III and Episode IV and will feature minor characters from the films.

"It's like Episode IV in that the Emperor and Darth Vader are heard aboutâ??people talk about themâ??but you never see them because it doesn't take place where they actually are. There are stormtroopers and all that, but there are no Jedis. It's different, but I think it's very exciting because I get to explore a part of that universe that I haven't been able to explore."

Source; Scifiwire

Posted by X-Seti Sunday, September 23, 2007 (22:29:28)

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