Gabbing Geek 32: The Hill

Gabbing Geek 32: The Hill
Gabbing Geek 32: The Hill

Are you into Episode 32: The Hill or are you so over The Hill?  At least 33% of our podcasters fall into the latter category–find out who and what we talk about after the break!

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Gabbing Geek 23: Reboots, RODs, and Lucas

New Podcast Episode

Is that a new episode of the Gabbing Geek podcast I hear?  Why yes, yes it is!

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Who Takes Up For the Prequels in a Star Wars Debate?

Plus…who stands up on a message board and scream MIDICHLORIANS ala Braveheart?

I guess the folks at the official Star Wars site are a little more generous than us when they put together a list of hot topic in the SW universe. 

Check out the full article to see where you stand on some of the most important issues of the day!

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Lucas Almost Made Episode 7 BEFORE Selling to Disney!


To think that George Lucas almost made Episode 7 himself as a sweetener for potential customers looking to buy one of the most lucrative fictional properties of all-time!  I think it was advisable to let Disney make it themselves as they can truly have a fresh slate to get away from the….shall we say….less acclaimed Prequels.

Lucas already started to develop the next three Star Wars films, but he knew a third trilogy was a 10-year commitment at least. He at first expected to finish Episode VII, release it in May 2015 and then sell the company afterward.

But Disney expressed interest and came along at the right moment, Lucas says. “It’s better for me to get out at the beginning of a new thing and I can just remove myself.

“The time is more important to me than the money.”

Now he can focus on writing what he calls small “experimental” films and be first in line in December for Abrams’ Star Wars: The Force Awakens.

What’s funny, despite my overwhelming happiness that he is not involved in Star Wars anymore, is that Lucas has become so hated by geekdom that I am beginning to feel sorry for him.  He did create from whole clothe THE most impactful pop culture creations of my life.  History should remember this guy as the genius who gave us the Force and lightsabers, not the guy who gave us Naboo:  A Love Story.

Source:   USA TODAY