He seems interested.
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Dreams do come true.
We have suggestions.
Another excuse to stay indoors.
Lucasfilm wants to focus on the sequels.
George Lucas thinks it's a great idea.
Bad dads, big monsters.
His silhouette, anyway.
"I painted Star Wars before most of you were born!"
It was to be a Jedi tale based on Seven Samurai that may be set outside of Episodes VII through IX.
Help us, Disney — you're our only hope.
He's too busy.
Honesty time: Which writer has never seen a Star Wars movie? And which runs the other way when Hobbits approach?
He wants to take the indie route.
"Not many [people knew]. Probably a smaller group than knew about the attack on bin Laden!"
Or they might still just do Episode VIII and IX.
No mouse ears here!
One is Lawrence Kasdan, who wrote The Empire Strikes Back.
"I like the idea of being Mrs. Solo."
It's Michael Arndt, who wrote Little Miss Sunshine and Toy Story 3.
George Lucas, are you watching?
Disney vs. Lucas: It begins.
"Harrison is open to the idea of doing the movie and he’s upbeat about it."