Hi, I'm George Lucas, the man behind THX-1138 and that fantasy film about the midgets that isn't Lord of the Rings. Now, it is a well-known fact that I am full of ideas. Full of them. I have a special little book that I use to write down all my special ideas. I call it George's Special Ideas Book. Now I have some free time, I have decided to make some of these ideas into feature films. Here they are.
Radioland Murders 2: I haven't met anyone who has seen my great film Radioland Murders all the way through... but then again, I haven't met anyone who likes Jar-Jar Binks. But the kids love him! So I have decided to make a sequel to it my good friend Steven Spielberg has agreed to help my write it. It's going to be set in 1940 only this time there will be televisions. And dancing girls. And lightsabres. Yes, lightsabres.
Yet More American Graffiti: Remember my unbelievably successful film American Graffiti, which Happy Days ripped off, and the sequel, which nobody liked? It was meant to be in the style of experimental avant-garde stuff, but none of the critics got that. They just thought it was poo. Anyway, the action is now moved from 1960 to 1988. Ron Howard will come back because I actually own shares in him, and Richard Dreyfuss will as well. I am thinking of putting Harrison Ford in it as well. He'll agree because he hasn't been in anything good for ages. Also, I actually own all of him except his legs, and it's not like he can leave them at home. Although we can CGI them if he does.
Willow: Episode 2 The Grand Towers; Willow: Episode 3 The King's Return: My classic 1988 film Willow was always intended to be the first part of a trilogy, and Warwick Davis has expressed interest in reprising the role of Willow in exchange for food. The first film featured the first example of the morphing effect in a film, so in the sequels I'm going to have to top that. Maybe we could have like 3 armed ninjas made in computers that come out of the walls and turn into pigeons. And Ewoks. I like Ewoks. They're like teddies.
THX-1138 Holiday Special My first film, THX-1138, was always intended to be the first film in a series of 12. In the first sequel, Robert Duvall will reprise his role, having aged 35 years between films because of the Force or something. When he can't get his Wookiee friend Chewbacca back home because the Imperial forces are blocking his path, Jefferson Starship are forced to perform their latest hit.
Star Wars Episode 1: The Phantom Menace My other idea is to make the 3 episodes of Star Wars that are set before the one I directed with Luke Skywalker and stuff. It's brilliant stuff and... hang on a second.