What would you like to do?
he wrote every star wars movie
so he can be popular(a.k.a) famous
It can be referenced a number of ways, "Star Wars", "A New Hope", "Episode IV" or "Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope"
George Lucas was born on May 14, 1944. So he was in his early 30's when he started making A New Hope
It would seem unlikely. Star Wars will most likely be expanded through comic books and novels from now on. The Expanded Universe has gone far beyond Episode VI and will most l…ikely continue to branch out much farther than the movies will ever be able to reach.
lucas was in episode II trying to sell obi-wan dead sticks, but i dont think he starred in anything.
Well, George Lucas wrote the ideas for all of the films, but he has not written any novels on the film or in the extended universe. All of those novels are written by differen…t people. The novels are all written by established authors, commissioned by the publisher, and under license by Lucasfilms.
He has directed six live action movies and the animated clone wars movie, but there is also a clone wars tv show on cartoon network on Friday nights at nine that he is involve…d in.
5/4/2015: This is an edit by a fan to a previous answer which said no. Contrary to the previous answer, George Lucas did play a minor role on-screen. He played t…he cameo-part of Papanoida in Episode III: Revenge of the Sith.
because he gave the right to me to write star wars 7,8,9,10,11 and 12 and make them into movies plus I'm his niece
Not George Lucas personally. He has people who handle that stuff for him. I don't know the exact process.
Whenever you need to use his character should be fine.
Most likely George because he knows everything.But i would talk to both because George isint excalty a publisher.
Although we do not see him clearly, Lucas makes a cameo in Revenge of the Sith as a blue faced lord
only six have been made but it was rumored that nine were written
Work on the film began in 1974