A new “Star Wars” flick comes out in August.
It’s a cartoon, based on characters from the second, really crap set of movies.
The New York Times has an annoying interview with George Lucas today. The article begins with the legendary director/producer talking about how he doesn’t like to sell movies.
“I love making movies; I’m not the biggest fan of selling them,” he said. “But since I’m in the selling mood, that’s what you’re here for. I’m doing all my selling for two more weeks. Then I’m sold out.”
However, the article goes on to say that “Star Wars: The Clone Wars,” the latest flick, is introducing a new “Star Wars” cartoon that will air on the Cartoon Network.
Lucas is sick of selling, but he made a new movie simply to sell a new television series?
And, on a side note — how is that George Lucas continues to build upon the bland characters created in those horrible prequels?