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I did a quick google search and only found results based on the movie...what is the title of the book series for the 7-9 films?
The new head of Lucasfilm, Kathleen Kennedy, produced the following(and also founded Amblin Ent with Spielberg)
Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981) (associate producer)
Poltergeist (1982) (associate producer)
E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (1982) (producer)
Twilight Zone: The Movie (1983) (associate producer) (producer) (segment 2)
Gremlins (1984) (executive producer)
Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (1984) (associate producer)
The Color Purple (1985) (producer)
Young Sherlock Holmes (1985) (executive producer)
Back to the Future (1985) (executive producer)
The Goonies (1985) (executive producer)
Fandango (1985) (executive producer)
An American Tail (1986) (producer)
The Money Pit (1986) (producer)
*batteries not included (1987) (executive producer)
Empire of the Sun (1987) (producer)
Innerspace (1987) (co-executive producer)
The China Odyssey: 'Empire of the Sun', a Film by Steven Spielberg (1987) (associate producer)
The Land Before Time (1988) (co-executive producer)
Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988) (executive producer)
Always (1989) (producer)
Back to the Future Part II (1989) (executive producer)
Dad (1989) (executive producer)
Tummy Trouble (1989) (executive producer)
Arachnophobia (1990) (producer)
Gremlins 2: The New Batch (1990) (executive producer)
Roller Coaster Rabbit (1990) (executive producer)
Back to the Future Part III (1990) (executive producer)
Joe Versus the Volcano (1990) (executive producer)
Hook (1991) (producer)
An American Tail: Fievel Goes West (1991) (executive producer)
Cape Fear (1991) (executive producer)
A Brief History of Time (1991) (executive producer) (uncredited)
A Wish for Wings That Work (1991) (TV) (executive producer)
Noises Off (1992) (executive producer)
Schindler's List (1993) (executive producer)
We're Back! A Dinosaur's Story (1993) (executive producer)
A Dangerous Woman (1993) (executive producer)
Jurassic Park (1993) (producer)
A Far Off Place (1993) (executive producer)
Trail Mix-Up (1993) (executive producer)
Alive (1993) (producer)
Milk Money (1994) (producer)
The Flintstones (1994) (executive producer)
Balto (1995) (executive producer)
The Indian in the Cupboard (1995) (producer)
Congo (1995) (producer)
The Bridges of Madison County (1995) (producer)
Twister (1996) (producer)
The Best of Roger Rabbit (1996) (executive producer)
The Lost World: Jurassic Park (1997) (executive producer)
A Map of the World (1999) (producer)
Snow Falling on Cedars (1999) (producer)
The Sixth Sense (1999) (producer)
Olympic Glory (1999) (executive producer)
Jurassic Park III (2001) (producer)
Artificial Intelligence: A.I. (2001) (producer)
The Sports Pages (2001) (TV) (executive producer)
Signs (2002) (executive producer)
The Young Black Stallion (2003) (producer)
Seabiscuit (2003) (producer)
Munich (2005) (producer)
War of the Worlds (2005) (producer)
Persepolis (2007) (executive producer)
Le Scaphandre et le papillon (The Diving Bell and the Butterfly) (2007) (producer)
The Curious Case of Benjamin Button (2008) (producer)
Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull (2008) (producer)
Ponyo (2009) (U.S. version co-producer)
Crossing Over (2009) (producer)
The Last Airbender (2010) (producer)
Hereafter (co-producer with Clint Eastwood, Robert Lorenz & Steven Spielberg) (2010)
The Adventures of Tintin (2011) (producer)
War Horse (2011) (producer)
The Secret World of Arrietty (2012) (U.S. version executive producer)
Lincoln (2012) (producer)
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PLEASE do the Thrawn trilogy
I joked about The Disney Channel being a preview of the actors for the next Star Wars movies, but to be fair, they've really been increasing their action flicks over the past decade and don't really Disney-fy them. The National Treasure or Marvel movies could just as easily have come from any studio, and if not for the famous ride, so could the Pirates' movies.
They can make more Star Wars movies, just so long as Lucas isn't a lead writer or director for them (basically can't have most of the creative control). He didn't really know what he was doing for Episodes 1-3, and there wasn't anyone else involved in those projects to set him straight.
anyone hear from Ernie Pantusso? maybe he's putting mouse ears on his Vader costume
They can be great..........as long as Lucas isn't writing or directing.
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Lucas has story treatments for Ep 7-9 ready
These actually might be better than Episodes 1-3. Without Lucas directing, the other SW movies were obviously great.
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Is anyone surprised? Movie studios lack all creativity nowadays and make sequels. Lucas should be ashamed of himself.
This post was edited by Cosmo_Kramer 18 months ago
What is that, a Titleist? A hole in one...
Is that it?
Yep. That was my first thought as well.
You deserve to be dry humped by a Wookie for saying that.
Rumors are that Episodes 7-9 will happen 20 years after ROTJ. The Thrawn trilogy happened 5 years after ROTJ. I bet they use some of the characters though.
I was wary until I saw Joe Versus the Volcano.
Wow. I bet she's a millionaire...which means she could probably have 2 chicks at the same time.
As long as Jar Jar is back I'll be happy.
- Nobody other than the guy who voiced Jar Jar
For George Lucas only other buyer may have been Apple but Jobs sold Pixar (Toy Story) to Disney when they wanted Pixar's computers and became Disney's largest stockholder. Lucas Films has always been heavy users of computer generated films.
The sale makes sense for both companies and at 68 George Lucas might as well cash in. Guessing Disney also gets the rights and royalties for the Star Wars franchise. Disney will do okay with Mickey, Minnie, The Toy Story bunch and now Star Wars. 3 high value licensing franchises.
Business Insider said it best ."George Lucas just made $4.1 Billion without any venture capital money."
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The Thrawn trilogy would be amazing. I don't see how they could do it though, everyone is too old now. There's not enough studio magic over at ILM to get Harrison Ford looking that young.
I felt a great disturbance in the Force....as if millions of geeks cried out at once.
I know they can do amazing things with CGI, but please don't bring back Princess Leia and show 56 year old Carrie Fisher in her ROTJ bikini.
If you got time
http://www.redlettermedia.com - Finally it's here! The truly epic review/critique/analysis/film making educational video of the 1999 film "Star Wars: The Phantom Menace" There was so much to discuss with this film it had to be long so please don't complain. If you think it's too long then don't watch it. In this opening segment I discuss the major flaw of The Phantom Menace which is the characters and the lack of connection with the audience.
I wonder if there's any clause prohibiting Disney from re-making the prequels? That whole arc should be fixed before new movies come out.
This post was edited by Seer 18 months ago
Buy a one bedroom condo in SF.
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