9435Re: [probe_control] you people over the pond OK??
- Nov 1, 2012----- Original Message ----
From: Geoff Willmetts gfwillmetts@...
> It’s not always apparent when Chicago is used in films that it isI read an interview once with a guy who was in the US Merchant Marine in WW2 and
> actually a coastal city but not surprised that Sandy reached
> that far and this isn’t really the start of the hurricane season.
had done several convoys across the Atlantic. After the war, he became a
captain on the Great Lakes. He said the North Atlantic, at its worst,
had nothing on a Great Lakes storm, particularly Lake Superior and Lake
> One odd thing about the Disney/LucasFilm merger is thatIt was mentioned. ILM will maintain its independent status as a go-to source for
> Industrial Light & Magic wasn’t mentioned. As it was always
> named as a separate business in film credits, I presume
> Lucas still owns it for the moment??
special effects for all of Hollywood and foreign movies. Much like Disney has
done with Pixar.
> With more Star Wars films in the offing, one has to wonderMy understanding, from the guy who runs a major Star Wars fan site on the web
> when they mention Luke Skywalker is whether they’re going
> to recast or have the older actors back as a link to a new line.
who was interviewed on local radio, Lucas has written preliminary treatments for
each of the 3 films. They are supposed to take place several years after "Return
of The Jedi". That's all he had on the film plots and I'm sure Disney will keep
a lid on it until release.
If they take place long enough after RotJ, I'm sure that Mark Hamill would
probably enjoy revisiting Luke as a middle aged man. Carrie Fisher I'm not sure
could anymore, even after her stint with Jenny Craig Weight Loss Clinics.
Harrison Ford? With rumors running rampant that he may appear in Ridley Scott's
new Blade Runner universe film and neither denying it, maybe we could see Han
> put in charge of the film and how much respect they have forTrue, but Disney has proven lately to capable of finding "the right man" for the
> the source material.
job and turn out some pretty stellar stuff.
The only disappointment about the interviews I read was when a question was
fielded about Indiana Jones. It was kinda brushed aside and minimized by the
Disney exec. That doesn't bode well for folks like me who are bigger Indy fans
than Star Wars.
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