Saturday, November 3, 2012

Star Wars 7 could feature middle-aged Luke, says Lucas biographer

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George Lucas' biographer Dale Pollock has fuelled speculation over the seventh Star Wars movie by hinting that it could feature a middle-aged Luke Skywalker.

The seventh film within the series is due for unharness in 2015, following the news that film producer has bought the assembly company LucasFilm for £2.5bn - securing the rights to the series and revealing plans to form episodes seven, eight and nine over ensuing 9 years.

And chatting with the web site The Wrap, Pollock - United Nations agency is that the author of Skywalking: The Life And Films Of George {lucas|film maker|filmmaker|film producer|movie maker|screenwriter|film writer} - discovered that Lucas had originally made public plots for tweleve Star Wars movies, that he was given access to once researching his book.

He additionally same that ensuing 3 instalments may doubtless be among the simplest nevertheless.
'The 3 most enjoyable stories were components seven,8 and 9,' Pollock same.

'They had propulsive action, extremely attention-grabbing new worlds, new characters. I keep in mind thinking, "I need to visualize these 3 movies".'

Pollock additional that the outlines for ensuing episodes in Lucas' heroic tale featured Luke Skywalker in his thirties and forties - however same Mark Hamill, United Nations agency contend the role within the original trio of films, was unlikely to come back.

He additionally confirmed that the seventh film would be supported the plot define he had browse, oral communication that Lucas' stories had been 'in half what film producer bought', which it'd be a totally original story set twenty years when the events of the primary 3 films.

However Pollock admitted he wasn't a follower of the prequels, job them 'horrible', and saying: 'When he did the prequels, he was during a George Lucas vacuum.

'No-one saw the scripts beforehand, they were dreadful screenplays,' Pollock additional. 'It appeared a weird thanks to begin the story.'

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