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Wednesday, October 31, 2012

CNN: Who should direct new 'Star Wars?'

For all the Star Wars fans that is a no-brainer: George Lucas, of course. One would assume that is a given, however the director's job is up for grabs, because Mr. Lucas will not be giving any leadership where this movie is concerned.

The big question remains who will direct it? Disney, the buyer of Lucasfilm, is contemplating on engaging one of the other reputable directors who earned their spurs in the movie-industry, but is that enough to turn the next Star Wars into another block buster?

Is someone at Disney simply goofing off? Don't ask me, because I have no earthly idea. It sure seems that way, why otherwise would you want to fix something that isn't broken? Maybe the answer lies in the fact that it is a weird world after all.

On the plus side; even though Lucas may not be leading the way, he will have a hand in the creation of Episode VII by presenting the future director with his advice and guidance. Lucas is taking on the job of creative consultant and that may be just as good as indirectly directing it.

It is at least of some comfort and relief knowing that 'The Force' is still with us!



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