What will be Lucasfilm's legacy?

Discussion in 'Lucasfilm Ltd. In-Depth Discussion' started by AdamBertocci, Oct 9, 2003.

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  1. AdamBertocci Manager

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    Will it be the Star Wars movies themselves, as pieces of entertainment?

    Will it be other movies (Indiana, AG, THX-1138, things not yet made)?

    The advances in effects technology?
    ... digital video?
    ... nonlinear editing?

    Will it be the way Star Wars helped usher in summer blockbuster effects cinema...
    ... or the merchandising that goes with it?


    What do YOU think is the BIGGEST thing Lucas and LFL will be remembered for?



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  2. jp-30 Manager Emeritus

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    > Will it be the Star Wars movies themselves, as pieces of entertainment?

    Yeah, that one. As entertainment and as a global phenominon.
  3. malducin Jedi Master

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    Stwar Wars for a couple of reasons.

    It's the thing most people know, like, analyze and will remember. After all how many people know or care about thing like NLE, VFX or digital cinema? Star Wars was among the first 25 films inducted into the National Film Registry as an indication of being one of the most influential and best films in American cinema.

    Second, in the end all stems out from Star Wars. Becuase of it we got the modern VFX facility, NLE, digital cinema, the Summer Blockbuster phenomenon, merchandising and all the rest.
  4. Master_Starwalker Manager Emeritus

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    Star Wars, I think will definatly be it

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  5. QUEEN_LEIA Jedi Youngling

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    "What will be Lucasfilm's legacy?"


    CGI and Toys.
  6. Jedi knight Pozzi Force Ghost

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    Something I can finally agree with that QUEEN_LEIA has said. CGI, or to be more precise ILM. That's done more than SW has, on the whole. :)
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