Why did george lucas write Star Wars episode 5?
he wrote every star wars movie
No , George Lucas directed "Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope" - "Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace" - "Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones" - "Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith" .
George Lucas was married with kids, however his wife divorced him while he was working on episode VI of Star Wars
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.
George Lucas wrote the Star Wars movies as just one movie at first. He thought if he started at Episode 4, it had a better chance of being a success.
No. George Lucas directed Episodes 1-4. Episode 5 was directed by Irvin Kershner and Episode 6 was directed by Richard Marquand
lucas was in episode II trying to sell obi-wan dead sticks, but i dont think he starred in anything.
No. George Lucas didn't expect Star Wars to be a big hit at all. But then after Episode 4 received a huge box office, Lucas then decided to expand the storyline.
Episode V The Empire Strikes Back
so he can be popular(a.k.a) famous
George Lucas had the rough notes for a series of 9 Star Wars movies before he begain filming episode 4, A New Hope.
It can be referenced a number of ways, "Star Wars", "A New Hope", "Episode IV" or "Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope"
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.
Not George Lucas personally. He has people who handle that stuff for him. I don't know the exact process.
Episode Four won't be made without George Lucas' permission or way after George Lucas' death. Although, the special effects have been redone many times to the original. For example, when the Death Star exploded in the original 1977 version, there was no ring coming from the explosion.
After George Lucas directed episode 4 (the first one), his family life lead him to assign Irvin Kreshner to direct the movie (Lucas wrote the story). Episode 6 was directed by Richard Marquand. After 16 years, Lucas came back to direct all 3 of the prequels (1, 2, and 3). George Lucas
He directed the original "Star Wars," which was released in 1977, as well as "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).
George Lucas personally directed every movie in the Prequel Trilogy.
There are actually seven movies. The saga will end up at Episode IX (that's what announced at the moment). And there will be a total of 12 movies (if we count the spin-off movies). Star Wars (1977) - Produced by George Lucas Star Wars : The Empire Strikes Back (1980) - Produced by Irvin Kershner Star Wars : Return of the Jedi (1983) - Produced by Richard Marquand - Older title : Revenge of the… Read More
George Lucas. George Lucas did not create, write or come up with the Star Wars series by himself. He was merely a director to the movie. Oliver Simon wrote the original series books. George Lucas then bought the rights to the storyline and characters, re-wrote the series, and made them into a movie.
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).
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 the cameo-part of Papanoida in Episode III: Revenge of the Sith.
only six have been made but it was rumored that nine were written
Star Wars Episode 1: The Phanton Menace, written and directed by George Lucas, was released in 1999. It was the first film in a three-part prequel to the original Star Wars movie series.
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.
Estimated 3.25 billion as of 2010. Most successful production was Star Wars Episode 1: The Phantom Menace
Liam Neeson was featured as Jedi Master Qui-Gon Jinn in "Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace" directed by George Lucas. "The Phantom Menace" was a huge success and was followed by Star Wars Episode 2 and Star Wars Episode 3.
George Lucas Actually, while George Lucas wrote and directed "Star Wars", it was produced by Gary Kurtz.
Whenever you need to use his character should be fine.
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).
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
No one knows for sure there are rumors of Star Wars Episode VII but no one knows for sure not even George Lucas he moslikly will do another trillogy but like i said no one knows
George Lucas has directed a number of films and short films. His first was Look at Life (1965), a short montage of the year's media. He also directed a racecar short documentary in 1966 called 1:42:08: A Man and His Car; THX1138 (1971) and American Graffiti (1973). He, of course, also directed Star Wars (1977); Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace (1999); Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones (2002) and Star Wars… Read More
Most likely George because he knows everything.But i would talk to both because George isint excalty a publisher.
Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope has made about $775,000,000 worldwide
Gorge Lucas is the creator and owner of the Star Wars Saga.
George Lucas and Steven Spielberg did not work on the Star Wars movies together. This is largely due to the fact that Spielberg was in the Director's Guild and Lucas was not.
I believe that George Lucas got the idea for Star Wars from watching Flash Gordon serials, and from his like of racing cars.
Star Wars started out as a comic, and sold over 2 million copies in just the US on just the first day out. After this, George Lucas wanted to make Star Wars into a book. After doing this, Star Wars (the book) sold over 14 million copies in just the US on just the first day. After doing this, George Lucas' friend said "wouldn't it be funny if they made Star Wars into a film?"… Read More
Yes. It was announced to the public in February 2013 that Disney bought the rights to Star Wars from George Lucas for $4 billion and are going to make three new films
i think it would be safe to say that George Lucas was the one, since he basically created and thought up the whole saga!!!!!! episode 4 was the first movie to come out in theaters in 1977. It was Star Wars Episode 4: A New Hope.
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
george lucas said he didnt have the budget or fx tecnoligy to tell the huge story he wanted so he cut it down
The first Star Wars novel came out in 1976. It was simply titled "Star Wars" by George Lucas and Alan Dean Foster. However, it has since come to be know as "Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope".
The death star was designed by a student enrolled in an imperial school founded after episode iii if so then why do you see the death star being constructed at the end of the movie?
Because George Lucas decided it would be cool to show it.
George Lucas produced all of the Indiana Jones movies and all of the star wars movies.