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George Lucas Talks Movies

Published March 1, 2005 in Movie News
By Ryan Parsons | Image source unknown.
Revenge of the Sith The generation of Star Wars coming to an end?
One of the most questioned people to appear at Oscar parties was George Lucas. Lucas has been enternaining audiences the last three decades with his Star Wars saga. Now, the saga seems to be coming to a close. Let's see what George has to say about that.

Lucas on Star Wars


MTV was able to pull Lucas to the side at the Vanity Fair Oscar party and get him to spill a few details on his involvement with Star Wars, and where the film [Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith] is at this moment.

The film is finished, basically... We just finished the music last week, and I'm going to mix it next week. In a month, it will be pretty much finished.

I'm just chugging along like I normally am. We're getting very close now, but we're still working away like crazy. It's hard to stand up, breathe and realize it's all coming to an end.



When asked about the current developments of Indiana Jones 4, Lucas had this to say.

We're working on scripts, but we're not going to do it until we get a script we're happy with.

You can read the entire discussion over at MTV.

Lucas should have some involvement with a discussed Star Wars television series that should hit the mainstream media after the release of Revenge of the Sith.

For trailer, clips, movie stills, go to the Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith Movie Page
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