The film is in preproduction at Skywalker Ranch with TMNT director Kevin Munroe and Elf writer David Berenbaum, says The Hollywood Reporter’s Heat Vision blog. Lucasfilm isn’t talking yet. (via)
Here’s hoping (if this is for real/pans out) they don’t go with the Clone Wars/Thunderbirds-style character design, which doesn’t really seem suited to the subject.
10 Replies to “Lucasfilm prepping CGI animated fairy musical?”
Oh, this could be funny. Lucasfilm tackling a project aimed at girls.
Still, it might end up resulting in some benefits for the female Star Wars fan, once they start really understanding the demographic.
The Princess and the Jabba? (If you spoke Polish, that’d be hilarious.) (Maybe.)
they’re missing a key marketing opportunity here…. Leia is a princess, Padme is a queen… Ahsoka needs to find her hidden princess past, and we can have a franchise to take on the Disney princesses.
now on the fairy front, we got Watto!
TPM could have really exploited that market, but so much of Amidala’s gear was just… Clunky.
TPM merchandise did try to reach out to the princess crowd with a few amidala dolls, but perhaps besides being clunky, it was too exotic (not fitting the general princess merchandise mold with full face make-up, elaborate headpieces instead of just hair styles, and not enough gowns to wear to a ball).
hmm.. what if they did Bratz style figures?
Yeah, I remember a couple of things. The Kabuki thing might have been a little offputing as well.
Only good things can come of this.
Never mind the fairy part.
This should be entertaining.
True. Will John Williams be writing it?
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