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George Lucas

  1. Mark Hamill Says the Force Awakens Ball Droid Is a Practical Effect He Got to Play With; We Are Jealous

    Don't worry. We can always go back and replace it with CGI later.

    BB-8, also known as the "ball droid," "rolling droid," or "most adorable thing about the Force Awakens trailer" is a real thing that exists in the world, and that makes us so happy. That's not the only thing Mark Hamill talked about in a recent interview, either. Read on for more about Jedi beards, returning actors, and little mechanical balls of wonder.

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  2. New Star Wars Attractions Coming To Disney Theme Parks, Will Be Based On The New Movies

    But I wanna blow up a DEATH STAR!

    If your first thought upon seeing the Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailer was "whatever that weirdo circular droid is, I wanna ride it," then your dreams might soon come true. Yesterday, Walt Disney Co-Chief Bob Iger announced that the company is looking to expand its theme parks to include new Star Wars-based rides and attractions—but only ones which are based on the upcoming films.

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  3. This Is What George Lucas’s Version of the New Star Wars Trailer Would Look Like

    There has been a digital reinserting. Have you felt it?

    Good. Use your obsessive feelings. Let the unnecessary CGI flow through you.

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  4. The First Trailer For Lucasfilm’s Strange Magic Arrives

    When we first reported on Lucasfilm's Strange Magic, starring Kristen Chenoweth and Alan Cumming, I was hopeful. After this first trailer though, I'm not quite sure how to feel.

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  5. New Movie By George Lucas, Strange Magic, Will Hit Theaters In January

    Aw, yay!

    Personally I'm just happy it's not a Frozen sequel as was previously rumored, but all this other news about the movie is great, too! A new story full of goblins and fairies! CGI from Industrial Light and Magic! Kristen Chenoweth and Alan Cumming in the cast! Yes please.

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  6. Dorkly’s Take On George “Child Ruiner” Lucas Is… Different

    "Meesa here to make you question everything you ever loved!"

    You consider yourself damn lucky I didn't use a pic of Jar Jar for this post, TMSers. As for Dorkly's comic... I can't tell you whether there's Jar Jar or not. I don't want to spoil it. The last panel packs quite a comical punch, and you should go in blank.

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  7. Meanwhile In Star Wars News: Lupita Nyong’o Is Adorable, George Lucas Is Ornery

    Basically the status quo at this point.

    We don't know much about the role Lupita Nyong'o will be playing in Star Wars Episode VII, but we do know this: she is going to be the best thing about it. Just look at her. Please be our friend.

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  8. Your Space Battle Physics Are All Wrong, and It’s All George Lucas’s Fault

    Surprising no one.

    Need another thing to be mad at George Lucas about? It's Okay to Be Smart has an video deconstruction of what's wrong with the science behind fictional space battles and why it's all his fault. Or you could accept that some scientific concessions made by space battles in movies are there as audio/visual cues for the audience's benefit for filmmaking reasons, and others could be explained by science so advanced it seems impossible to our current, mostly non-spacefaring civilization. Your choice.

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  9. L.A. Mayor Tries to Convince George Lucas to Build Museum There, With Hilariously Last-Minute Twitter Campaign

    "The shield is down! Commence attack on the Lucas main reactor!"

    George Lucas and his wife are planning on building a cultural arts museum devoted to his legacy, and Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti really, really wanted them to build it in his fair city. So he took to Twitter with an obviously well-thought out and totally foolproof campaign, perhaps hoping that Lucas would not be able to repel hashtags of that magnitude. It definitely went extremely well—for people who like hearing snarky jokes about L.A.

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  10. Here’s Where You’ll Be Able To Find The Ending To Star Wars: The Clone Wars

    I will make it legal!

    When the Lucasfilm acquisition happened, Disney decided to end Cartoon Network's Star Wars: The Clone Wars in order to kickstart a new animated series on Disney XD, Star Wars Rebels. "But what about Clone Wars???" we shouted! You'll be happy to know the series will be getting an "end," just not how you expected.

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