Discussion in 'Star Wars: Episode VII and Beyond (Archive)' started by G-FETT, Oct 31, 2012.
Just to create a bit of early mischief.
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I've gone for the Rick Miester because he makes me laugh when he does interviews.
I heard a rumor that he's stepped down from Lucasfilm. Don't know if that's true or not though.
I wouldn't be surprised. He must be a millionaire and he must be getting on for 60.
Aurelio De Laurentiis.
What the heck is the point of this thread?
You've caught me out. I'll admit it I was just trying out the Poll making facility.
Even making Lucas an option
Well, its a given he'll be executive producing isn't it?
^ Actually, based on all indications, he's not EP'ing the new trilogy; Kathleen Kennedy's succeeded him in that role, and the fact that we know this already prompted me to ask what the point of this thread was.
You can more than one EP. Some productions (especially in TV) seem to have dozens of EP's.
^ Still, Lucas has officially retired, which is made abundantly clear in the video that you see when you first go to the official Star Wars website.
Will Rick McCallum be involved with the new trilogy or will he be supervising the live action tv series?
I know Damon Lindelof through his hat in the ring on twitter. Now whether he is joking or not is a different matter.
There will be multiple producers, some of which will do a lot, some of which will handle money, some creative things, and some of whom will do almost nothing.
The Corpse of Dino DeLaurentiis.
Damon would not joke about such things.
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He jokes about a lot of things. Also he should be shot on sight if he comes anywhere near the production.
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I hope neither. He could have advised GL with certain things in the Prequels, but he let down us, GL, and himself. I say, hit the bricks, jack.
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It wont be Rick McCallum. In the Forcecast episode recorded Tuesday the guys talked to Sansweet. He told them Rick had retired from Lucasfilm.
And with super-producer Kathy Kennedy execing she'll bring her own team of experts to the table.