The New York Post got wind of the “Deadwood meets The Sopranos” rumor, and they also report that Lucas met with cable channel executives, including HBO, last year… Though that could easily have been for The Clone Wars.
On that note, Entertainment Weekly’s Dalton Ross ponders Star Wars cartoons.
SF Signal points to a blog entry by Lou Anders about his essay for the book Star Wars on Trial. The book includes contributions from Matt Stover, Karen Traviss, Kristine Kathryn Rusch and Keith R. A. DeCandido for the defense, and the site even has a forum that I expect to show up on Fandom Wank the minute our nuttier fandomates discover it.
Gamasutra talks to Michael Rubin, the author of Droidmaker: George Lucas and the Digital Revolution. This being a game site, the interview is mostly about LucasArts, but interesting nonetheless.
Also, Ballblazer has to be the funniest game title ever. (via Wookieenews)
It’s that wonderful time of the year when Lucasfilm’s licensees try to give us as much as possible to offer our friends and families to get us for the holidays.
The latest offering from the holiday collection is Star Wars Chronicles: The Prequels, by our friends Stephen J. Sansweet and Pablo Hidalgo of Lucasfilm.
At a price tag of $150, this is probably an item for your more generous relatives. But it is certainly a fantastic book.
Dressing a Galaxy is the cover story of autumn’s Ornament magazine. (Via jedi_news)