Who was the writer and director of Star Wars?
George lucas best fits which of these descriptions mulder on the x-files today show host in 1990's director of Star Wars?
George Lucas is best known for being the Writer/Director/Producer of the Star Wars movies.
No he was not a writer for the movie star wars he wrote lots of books but not star wars
I think it is Star Wars, of course because it is a great sci-fi film and a great film altogether. Because of star Wars and its writer/director George Lucas it has changed the industrial world of digital movies that we know today, in other words with out Star wars we would not have the movies we have today.
He was the one who had the idea of Star Wars!
He did, but they will use the actor as the same character in flashback scenes to show why he and his son did not get along and they may use him as a ghost or a "jedi" type spirit in the next Star Wars. That's what I would do if I was the writer or director.. 69 year old big fan.
Star Wars was created by director George Lucas.
The director of the Star Wars movies was... the one and only.. the great... George Lucas!
None : George Lucas is the director of the Star Wars franchise .
Dave Filoni; the director on Star Wars the Clone Wars
George Lucas .
The director wanted to.
Author? Or do you mean Director? The Director is George Lucas http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0000184/
For the first film, the director of photography was Gilbert Taylor, B. S. C
JJ Abrams, director of 2009's Star Trek, is to direct Star Wars Episode VII, however, before this point, no.
George Lucas, who is also the executive producer, and the supervising director Dave Filoni
The writer who wrote the star wars movies also wrote The Indiana Jones trilogy. Not sure about the Crystal skull
No. This is a very controversial topic. If you watch the original trilogy, you would think Darth Maul to be dead. But if you watch the animated series, Star Wars: The Clone Wars, you find out in the season 4 finale, that Darth Maul is still alive. Many people say that The Clone Wars is inaccurate and stuff, but George Lucas (writer, director, and producer of the Star Wars saga) helps write every episode and… Read More
The Star Wars novels are written by a lot of people. There is no one person who wrote them all. Well-known writers include Michael A. Stackpole and Timothy Zahn.
That would be composer, and director of the Boston Pops orchestra, John Williams.
Lucusfilms directes Indiana Jones star wars and some other movies
George Lucas is the original writer for star wars, he has changed it for good or for bad (most who saw the original say for bad) and wrote the prequels when filming the original.
J. P. Dutta was the producer, director and writer of the 'Refugee'.
George Lucas was the director. He was also the director for the prequel trilogy. But "The Empire Strikes Back" was directed by Irvin Kershner and "Return of the Jedi" was directed by Richard Marquand.
George Lucas personally directed every movie in the Prequel Trilogy.
Rajendra Singh Bedi was the producer, director and writer of the film 'Dastak'.
During the opera scene in Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith, Katie Lucas, the daughter of the director, George Lucas, makes an appearance. The movie was released in 2005.
He was a screenplay writer that was desperate for money so he went to write a basic good vs. evil story and the storyline completely got away from him and the result was the script for all 6 of the star wars movies.
If you mean the bounty hunter from that season 2 episode in the Clone Wars TV show, Embo was voiced by Dave Filoni, whom is the director of the show
Seth mcfarlane is a huge fan of star wars and especially the director george lucas , in the DVD extra of " family guy : the blue harvest " you can find your true answer which is clearly a dedicated episode to george lucas.
To be able credibly to re-release it and make more money from it.
There is Star Wars Battlefront, Star Wars Battlefront 2, Star Wars Racer Revenge, Star Wars Bounty Hunter, Star Wars Episode 3 Revenge of the Sith, Star Wars Starfighter, Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic, Star Wars Empire at War, Star Wars the Force Unleashed, Lego Star Wars, Lego Star Wars 2 The Original Trilogy, Lego Star Wars The Complete Saga, Star Wars: The Clone Wars Lightsaber Duals, Star Wars: The Clone Wars Republic Heroes… Read More
To re-relaese it credibly, to make more money from it.
Star Wars The Phantom Menace Star Wars Attack Of the Clones Star Wars Revenge Of the Sith Star Wars A New Hope Star Wars The Empire Strikes Back Star Wars Return Of the Jedi
A great example of a science fiction introduction is the opening sequence of Star Wars: A New Hope. Writer/director George Lucas uses the scrolling text in space to give us a quick introduction to the unique world we are about to enter, just enough to tease our interest, and then thrusts us into the middle of an interstellar war.
Star Wars A New Hope, Star Wars The Empire Strikes Back, Star Wars Return Of The Jedi, Star Wars The Phantom Menace, Star Wars Attack of The Clones and Star Wars Revenge Of The Sith.
In every conceivable way. Twilight is about a love story. The creater is Stephanie Meyer. She might be a good writer, but she is not a billionare. Goerge Lucas is the 4th greatest billionare in the USA. Plus, Star Wars has more action, which atracts many people. And no it is not a 3 to 4 year old thing. If it was, then why would adults rate the games, books, and the movies. Star Wars… Read More
I believe that Steven Spielberg is best known as a writer and film director.
Star Wars Republic Commando, Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic, Star Wars Battlefront 2, Star Wars Episode 3 Revenge of the Sith and Star Wars Force Unleashed.
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Star Wars Infinities: The Phantom Menace Star Wars Infinities: Attack of the Clones Star Wars Infinities: The Clone Wars Star Wars Infinities: Revenge of the Sith Star Wars Infinities: Rogue One Star Wars Infinities: The Force Awakens etc.
Star Wars IV -- 1977 Star Wars V -- 1980 Star Wars VI -- 1983
Dave Filoni has: Played Himself - Producer in "Troldspejlet" in 1989. Played Himself - Director in "Troldspejlet" in 1989. Played Embo in "Star Wars: The Clone Wars" in 2008. Played Spots Podal - Gotal Alien in "Star Wars: The Clone Wars" in 2008. Played Himself - guest in "Star Wars: The Clone Wars Preview Special" in 2008. Played himself in "Ralph McQuarrie: Tribute to a Master" in 2012. Played himself in "I Know That Voice"… Read More