The official site interviews author Karen Traviss about today’s release, Bloodlines, the second book in the Legacy of the Force series. Also included – a new excerpt.
Will we ever see the Digital Molecular Matter demo with Jar-Jar in carbonite? Also, the future of games!
Variety blogger Army Archerd interviews Mark Hamill and gets the scoop on some oh his upcoming projects.
Natalie Portman is being tracked all over Toronto, where she’s filming Mr. Magorium’s Wonder Emporium. The blog in question, Jaunted, claims the updates aren’t in real time, but still, kinda over-the-top.
No less weird, but not quite so creepy: The piano for a track on James Blunt’s album was recorded in Carrie Fisher’s bathroom.
Paul Dini, best known as one of the writers of Batman: The Animated Series and its various spin-offs, interviews Mark Hamill on his new IGN show Monkey Talk. Apparently there’s a sock monkey involved, but I’ll just take TV Squad’s word for it.
George talks to Time about moviemaking, his upcoming projects, (yes, Indy 4!) and what he sees for the future of film.
Rick McCallum loves to talk when he does anything with Empire Magazine.
A summary of what he said:
– The TV show will be set between Episodes III and IV, will be “much darker,” and “character based.” But we still have to wait about 18 months before that starts cranking.
– George’s movie Red Tails about World War II fighter pilots is in the script-writing phase.
– George has finally approved the IndyIV script. Maybe we’ll be able to do it before Harrison Ford is in a wheelchair!
See the full article here.
Interview with Timothy Zahn from the Del Rey Internet Newsletter. Thanks Rosemary!
Editor Randy Stradley and artist Jan Duursema speak about the upcoming Legacy comic on Newsarama. Some of the comments are culled from the TFN and Dark Horse boards, but even I gave up on the TFN thread after about 10 pages.