Star Wars creator George Lucas tells Page Six he is not curious about director J.J. Abrams’ vision for the next movie.
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It’s been decades since Harrison Ford played towering film characters Indiana Jones and Han Solo, but the questions still come — especially at Comic-Con.
A newly announced “Star Wars” sequel was on everyone’s mind when J.J. Abrams took the stage Wednesday at a Las Vegas video game conference, but he made only a sideways mention of the film he has been hired to direct.
It’s the question we’ve all been pondering from the second we heard that three more “Star Wars” movies were planned: Who will direct them?
Disney is paying $4.05 billion to buy Lucasfilm Ltd., the production company behind “Star Wars,” from its chairman and founder, George Lucas. It’s also making a seventh movie in the “Star Wars” series called “Episode 7,” set for release in 2015, with plans to follow it with Episodes 8 and 9 and then one new movie every two or three years.
George Lucas, world-renowned film maker, has announced plans to build another empire – this time, consisting of low-income housing for those in need of affordable places to live.