Star Wars tv show

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  1. flumperino's Avatar

    flumperino said:

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    Where the f@#k is it??!"?! It's supposed to be out next year, and there has been absolute dick about it in the news.

    No reports on casting, writers, filming etc etc.

    It was announced in 2006 ffs.....I want it NOW.
     
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    wonkyfox said:

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    Are you talking about The Clone Wars??
     
  3. flumperino's Avatar

    flumperino said:

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    No mate, a proper live-action show - been in the planning stages for ages.......

    Won't give clone wars the time of day
     
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    wonkyfox said:

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    was this the one where they were going to follow the adventures of new characters, and not the old established ones??
    If so i vaguely remember something like this being rumoured..
     
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    flumperino said:

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    Can't imagine we'll see this for a number of years, but at least it is still being talked about.



    'Star Wars' TV series will be 'provocative, bold and daring'

    Published Tuesday, May 22 2012, 17:12

    Star Wars producer [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] has given an update on the in-development TV series.

    The spinoff - provisionally titled [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] - will focus on "[Only registered and activated users can see links. ]" of the Star Wars universe.




    "We're at a complicated impasse right now," McCallum told [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]. "We have... 50 scripts [that are] unbelievable. The most provocative, the most bold and daring material that we've ever done."

    McCallum added that Underworld will only enter production once George Lucas can make the show "at the cost of maybe $4 or $5 million an episode".

    "The trouble is, they're so complicated," he explained. "Each hour has more visual effects and digital animation than any of the films that we've done and right now we're just struggling.

    "That's our biggest challenge, that's our biggest problem. [The episodes] are so big, they're so complicated, and we just don't have the technology to do that."

    However, McCallum predicted that Star Wars fans would eventually get to see the TV series in "a couple of years".

    "[George] will find a way and once that happens I'm sure he'll start back on [the show]," he insisted.



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