Star Wars To Continue On Tv

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Star Wars movie-makers have thrilled fans by promising the hit sci-fi franchise will live on after the final film installment - as a TV series.

The final prequel STAR WARS: EPISODE III - REVENGE OF THE SITH is scheduled for release later this year (MAY05), and many loyal enthusiasts are already dreading life after the blockbusting movies.

Director George Lucas' firm LUCASFILM has assured fearful fans the adventures of DARTH VADER, Luke Skywalker and YODA will continue to develop in various planned television projects.

STEVE SANSWEET, who handles fan relations for Lucasfilm, says, "We are looking into all kinds of things for the future. We're looking for television, clearly animation (and) we are looking into live-action television."

22/03/2005 17:40


Tags: Star Wars - George Lucas - Luke Skywalker

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