If you are a fan of Star Wars or George Lucas, my friend has made these hilarious parody videos of him called “Lucas On”. Link to their YouTube channel is in my bio. You have to see! #thatlacommunity#starwars#nerdstuff
Remember when Steven Spielberg said that there were going to be any Star Wars references in ‘Ready Player One’? It seems like just yesterday, right? Well, as it turns out, that is wrong according to none other that Spielberg himself. In an interview with @fandango ‘s Erik Davis, Spielberg elaborated on what we might be seeing. So, get ready for more Star Wars in theaters March 29th, I guess.
George Lucas iniciou nesta quarta-feira, 14, os preparativos para seu novo museu de 1 bilhão de dólares.
O museu, próximo à Universidade do Sul da Califórnia, onde Lucas estudou cinema, irá apresentar parte de sua coleção de pinturas, ilustrações e artes digitais da Saga.
Financiado com grana do próprio bolso, o Lucas Museum de Arte Narrativa será uma empresa sem fins lucrativos e deve levar cerca de quatro anos para ficar pronto. O museu irá apresentar artes tradicionais e populares, incluindo animações, arte digital e quadrinhos e também terá espaço para refeições, teatros, salas de leitura, salas de aula e uma biblioteca pública para pesquisas.
Lucas: “Eu acredito em todos os tipos de arte. E eu acredito que todos os tipos de arte possuem um direito de existir. Eu acho que é importante ter um museu que, como costumava dizer brincando, apoia todas as artes órfãs, que ninguém mais quer ver, mas todos amam. Então este é meu sonho para isto.
A arte popular é uma compreensão da sociedade e o que ela deseja ser, o que ela realmente quer, o que ela realmente é, porque está contando esta narrativa de sua história, seu sistema de crenças”.
Lucas doou diversos itens de sua coleção pessoal, que inclui pinturas e itens de filmes.
O primeiro sabre de luz de Luke Skywalker, o capacete de Darth Vader e peças de “Casablanca”, “Os Dez Mandamentos” e “O Mágico de Oz” devem ser exibidos no museu.
Mark Hamill’s last time on The Millennium Falcon. 😥
- This video breaks my heart. Luke Skywalker will always be my favorite character in movie history, and simply knowing that Luke’s journey ended in The Last Jedi saddens me beyond belief. It was a 40 year journey of heroics and adventure beyond what you could ever imagine. I hold onto hope that Mark will return in Episode IX to play Luke Skywalker one last time, as a Force Ghost perhaps, but we’ll just have to wait and see. Thank you for the journey, Mr. Hamill. @hamillhimself 🙏🏻 #StarWars#Lucasfilm#GeorgeLucas#MarkHamill#LukeSkywalker#TheLastJedi#LightSide#TheForce#JediOrder
Obi-Wan with the dad jokes... lol
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Episode VIII Character Analysis
I’ve recently seen Star Wars: The Last Jedi and like most, I’m bothered by a great many things that occurred in the film. This post in particular is focused on my feelings toward Luke’s behavior throughout the film.
I was greatly bothered by Luke having such disgrace toward the Jedi order and being so disrespectful to it. The audience gets a massive build up at the conclusion of The Force Awakens with Rey handing Luke his lightsaber only for us to discover that he throws it over his shoulder. Then later in the film, after expressing multiple times how he wants nothing to do with the Jedi (even though when we find him he’s wearing traditional Jedi robes), he elects to burn down the first Jedi temple and destroy the original Jedi text. Yes I know, Rey took the books, however the audience is led to believe that Luke wanted to burn them as he was unaware that they were no longer in the temple. I was also bothered how Luke was a hairs breath away from slaying a Jedi padwan as he slept. This behavior is extremely un-Jedi and tells me that Luke was being pulled to the dark side. Why would Luke, the same person who saw good in Darth Vader, slay a child who he senses the darkness inside!? In conclusion, I feel that Luke’s behavior through the entire film was extremely contradictory to his character and resulted in a terrible send off. Luke was a boy who rose to be a hero for the rebels and ultimately brought down the Empire. It’s disheartening to only to have him turn his back on the Jedi order, his friends and in the end... the audience.
Please post your thoughts below.