Isolated, the words all sound so cliché. Organic. Flowing. Curvy. But set to the backdrop of Chicago’s blocky skyline, they assemble a brash thesis on the city’s future: The new George Lucas Museum of Narrative Art is a low-slung knoll inside a landscape of towering Lego, an Egyptian pyramid reimagined for the year 2020.
Steven Spielberg and George Lucas
George Lucas and Steven Spielberg aren’t so keen on the future of the film industry. Lucas and Spielberg agreed at a talk at USC that it’s on track to have a “massive implosion”. At the core of their argument: there just isn’t enough time in the day for consumers to support all the films released in theaters. Films are competing with all the content and options that the Internet provides.
Ranch why not build his own death star to reside
Every evil genius needs a lair from which the run all of their daily affairs: everything from selecting the color of the company letterhead to plotting world domination. Usually these are hollowed-out mountain fortresses, secret inactive volcano lairs, or undersea secret bases. Because if you’re going to do something on such a massive scale, why not it with a little style and panache? Continue reading… “George Lucas Underground Volcano Lair”
Pay Your Debts George. Things could get hard… real hard.
Forget Han Solo, this is the ultimate collectible for any Star Wars fan. The god of Star Wars ‘George Lucas’ frozen in Carbonite. He basically threw the story of the original trilogy out the window and now he will pay for all eternity, frozen in carbonite.