George Lucas Speaks to Charlie Rose About the Future of the Movie Business {Video}

George Lucas Speaks to Charlie Rose About the Future of the Movie Business {Video}


As we reported this past weekend, George Lucas spoke to CBS This Morning’s Charlie Rose last week during Chicago Ideas Week. Lucas spoke about his latest project, the Lucas Museum of Narrative Art, and he also shared his opinions on the current state of the movie industry – and what he considers to be it’s biggest threat. You can hear his thoughts in the video below:

Source: CBS This Morning

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  1. Melinda
    October 21, 2014 at 15:47 Reply

    I agree completely with GL about the “cookie cutter” film onslaught. It really will be the death of Hollywood the studio execs don’t wake up. Where do we (I’m talking about our family) spend most of our movie $$$? At the INDEPENDENT film houses! If I’m going to spend $10 or more on a movie, I DON’T want to see the same film I saw last year or last month or last week. Give us a film that makes us think, feel, CARE! 🙂
    I don’t think everything is lost, of course. There is hope. 🙂

  2. Joe Taylor
    October 22, 2014 at 12:45 Reply

    George said it best. There is no creativity in movie-making now. Every movie is either a prequel, sequel, or reboot, or based on material already on the market, like comic books. While I’m a fan of Marvel’s Cinematic Universe, I would love to see some movies that are completely new.

    I would love to see the complete interview.

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