Good triumphed over evil in George Lucas’ Star Wars series, but the battle wasn’t yet won in the director’s 1966 student film, Freiheit (German for “freedom”). Lucas shows us a young man (Randal Kleiser, who would go on to direct Grease) running from unknown assailants and quickly being shot to death. Different voiceovers discussing freedom take us to the brief credits. All accounts tell us that… Continue reading Before 'Star Wars,' George Lucas Made This Poignant Student Film About Freedom
Audiences clamoring for information about “Star Wars: Episode VII” can take comfort in the fact that not even the creator the franchise knows what’s happening with the film. It’s either good news or bad news, depending on how much you liked the “Star Wars” prequels, but George Lucas has revealed that he has yet to talk to J.J. Abrams about “Episode VII” since Abrams… Continue reading 'Star Wars: Episode VII': Is George Lucas Involved in the J.J. Abrams Reboot?
Though Willow was one of director Ron Howard’s few box-office disappointments, it definitely deserves a second look. At once … Read More
In 1988, George Lucas attempted to do for fantasy what “Star Wars” did for sci-fi with the blockbuster adventure film “Willow.” With Ron Howard on-board as director, “Willow” told the tale of a diminutive sorcerer-in-training (the titular Willow Ulfgood) that must protect an… Continue reading Warwick Davis, 'Willow' Star, on the 25th Anniversary, Sequel Plans, and George Lucas (EXCLUSIVE)
All Superheroes Must Die Blu-ray Release TRAILER 1 (2012) – Lucas Till, James Remar Movie HD
Subscribe to TRAILERS: bit.ly Subscribe to COMING SOON: bit.ly All Superheroes Must Die Blu-ray Release TRAILER 1 (2012) – Lucas Till, James Remar Movie HD Four Super Heroes find themselves abducted by their Arch Nemesis and are forced to compete in a series of challenges in order to save… Continue reading All Superheroes Must Die Blu-ray Release TRAILER 1 (2012) - Lucas Till, James Remar Movie HD
One of the biggest disappointments when it came to The Phantom Menace (aside from the annoying Jar Jar Binks) was that they kill off one of the franchise’s coolest villains without letting us get to know him better. Darth Maul was a badass character, rocking the double lightsabers with a freakish appearance that made him look like an offspring of the devil. In my opinion, he… Continue reading George Lucas to Bring Darth Maul Back from Dead for ' The Clone Wars'