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Re: Ronald D. Moore Writing George Lucas' Live-Action STAR WARS Series? [message #33153 is a reply to message #33152] Mon, 14 January 2013 00:18 Go to previous messageGo to previous message
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> With extra wall sliding...




> George Lucas announced in 2011 that 50 scripts had been written for

> his proposed live-action "Star Wars" TV series - the one set between

> "Revenge of the Sith" and "A New Hope" - but he never revealed who

> had written those scripts.


> But news has emerged from ABC's Television Critics Association event

> in this regard. From Entertainment Weekly:


> The project was commissioned by longtime Lucasfilm producer Rick

> McCallum, who enlisted writers such as Battlestar Galactica's Ron

> Moore and swore them to NDA secrecy on the plot details.

> ...

Moore-Ron was apparently ONE OF the writers enlisted, but there's no
indication as to how many he wrote or whether his script(s) / stories will
actually get used ... of course, at the moment it's not clear whether the
live-action Star Wars TV series will ever actually happen or how much of
Rick McCallum's work will stay intact. He seems to have been
unceremoniously dumped completely when George Lucas sold everything to
Disney, and unsurprisingly he hasn't been heard from since.
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