Who directed of the science fiction star wars?
George Lucas .
Fantasy disguised as science fiction.
Science Fiction is like Star Wars or Star Trek. Non fiction is where it IS real and it really happened such as in a biography.
The fact that it is set in space and it is made up.
Its not real, It is science fiction or science fantasy. Too many people believe its real.
Science fiction fantasy
No they are science fiction.
The Star Wars books would probably be placed in the Science Fiction and Fantasy genre.
Either Science Fiction: Star Wars Star Trek Or Fantasy Fiction: Harry Potter Birth of a King by Jenka
No way. Science fiction. Special effects. ;]
George Lucas .
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Ray Bradbury's Martian Chronicles and Farenheit 451 are two fine examples. Frank Herbert's Dune is probably the most famous example along with the robot stories of Issac Asimov. 2001 is probably the most famous science fiction movie.
Somewhat, science fiction is like Star Wars and Star Trek. They're very futuristic with lots of scientific gadgets but the story and the world created by the writers is not real.
Science fiction is popular especially in the movies. Some of the most popular movies have been science fiction including Gravity, Star Wars, Star Trek, Star Gate, Alien, and Avatar. Locus Magazine is the best source of science fiction news. It lists conventions, awards, and which books are published by authors.
At this point, all we know is that the Disney Corporation plans to release a new Star Wars movie in December 2015. It is tentatively entitled "Star Wars: Episode VII," and will be directed by J.J. Abrams, who is best known for directing the most recent films in the "Star Trek" science fiction series. As details become more available, we will update this answer.
Some types of science fiction writing are: Apocolyptic Post-apocolyptic Hard science fiction (where the science is detailed and plausible) Soft science fiction (where the science is not detailed and less important to the story) Space opera (lives of people during space travel, i.e. Star Trek, Star Wars) Dystopian
Star Wars is Science Fiction. To get overly technical, the sub genre would be epic space opera.
George Lucas directed most of the movies except for The Empire Strikes Back (Irvin Kershner) and Return of the Jedi (Richard Marquand). George Lucas did Episodes 1-4, Episode 5 was directed by Irvin Kershner, and Episode 6 was directed by Richard Marquand.
no because its all science fiction
star wars that's stupid, how about space Andromeda or Fahrenheit 461 or star trek.
George Lucas directed Star Wars (1977), Star Wars- Episode I: The Phantom Menace (1999), Star Wars- Episode II: Attack of the Clones (2002) and Star Wars- Episode III: Revenge of the Sith (2005). Irvin Kershner directed The Empire Strikes Back (1980) and Richard Marquand directed Return of the Jedi (1983).
The Han Solo series was from the series Star Wars galaxy. This series was based on science fiction books which were a prequel to Star Wars IV: A New Hope.
While there is nothing that single-handedly determines THE most famous science fiction movie but it can certainly be debated Star Wars may hold that accolade.
No, Star Wars is Fiction.
R22D is a grammatial error for R2D2, a loved character in the science fiction film series Star Wars.
Star Wars was created or directed by George Lucas
George Lucas directed and invented star wars.
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Science fantasy is science fiction that contains elements of fantasy. An example of this would be Star Wars, which contains fantasy elements in the form of the Jedi, the Force, etc.
Good science fiction movies include Close Encounters of the Third Kind, Star Wars 4; Interstellar, Inception, Back To The Future, Aliens, 2001 A Space Odyssey, Blade Runner, and Avatar. Men in Black and Dark Star are great science fiction comedies.
He wrote the Foundation series; a work noted to have inspired Star Wars and Star Trek and almost all modern science-fiction. Or put it like this; Tolkien : Fantasy :: Isaac Asimov : Sci-Fiction.
Because it contains many of the themes the define the genre, such as futuristic technology, space travel, and alien life-forms.
It is unlikely, as Season 6 of Star Wars The Clone Wars was to close the series. Dave Filoni, who directed The Clone Wars, has moved on to directing Star Wars: Rebels.
There is a science fiction series called Star Wars: X-wing. It has ten books in the series and they were written by Michael A Stackpole and Aaron Allston. The series covers the story of Wedge Antilles and his squadrons.
it was george lucas
He directed "THX 1138" (1971), "American Graffiti" (1973), "Star Wars: Episode IV -- A New Hope" (1977), "Star Wars: Episode I -- The Phantom Menace" (1999), "Star Wars: Episode II -- Attack of the Clones" (2002) and "Star Wars: Episode III -- Revenge of the Sith" (2005).
Just about anything Science Fiction, but here's a few good one's: Silent Running Outland Star Wars Alien Armaggedon
No, it is not a 'real' galaxy, merely one that exists inside the movie world. It is based upon Science Fiction, and you will not be able to travel to it.
George Lucas. He also directed Star Wars.
He is the creator of Star Wars and Indiana Jones and he directed two of the six Star Wars movies and produced the rest.
If you like more action paced movies with science fiction in the movie then Star Wars is for you. If you like a story where the protagonist is a dinosaur who gets lost and tries to find his way home then The Good Dinosaur is for you. Both have a good plots.
In a science fiction story, the setting is often such a part of the plot that you might even think of it as a character. What would Star Wars be without the alien planets and outer space? Or the Pern novels without the planet and the destructive Threads?
Walt Disney makes some science fiction movies. They even bought the rights to Star Wars. Lightstorm Entertainment made Avatar. Dino De Laurentiis Corporation made Dune. Twentieth Century Fox did I Robot.
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