"I'm doing what I wanted to do back when I started," Lucas said. "But I'm gonna learn things, and the things I learn, possibly I'll pass on to other friends of mine and other people who are directors, to say, 'I didn't know you could do that.' Because that's what directors do, they learn from what all their peers are doing. You sort of see how they manipulate film, the visual image, moving image, and doing things that have never been done before. That's what I want to do. Because in the movie business, you cannot take a risk, you cannot do something that doesn't work." … [Read more...] about Could George Lucas Return to Star Wars as Director on The Mandalorian Season 2?
George Lucas sold his movie studio to Disney in 2012, but the filmmaker has regularly dropped by the set of its various projects to see how they are being developed. Jon Favreau, who is producing Star Wars: The Mandlorian, shared an image of Lucas dropping by the series' set. … [Read more...] about Star Wars: George Lucas Drops by Set of Jon Favreau’s ‘The Mandalorian’
The upcoming action-RPG has also dropped binary male/female options in favor of inclusivity. "You know, we really want to make a video game that's really inclusive," senior concept artist Marthe Jonkers told Metro. "Of course, if you tackle certain subjects then you will expect people to have an opinion about it and we respect that. And it's good that people give us feedback." … [Read more...] about Cyberpunk 2077 Will Be Locked In First-Person At Nearly All Times, Including During Cutscenes
Compare that to Xbox Game Pass for PC, for example, where you do get a library of games for a (currently, at least) low monthly fee, including all first-party Microsoft games on Day One, and Stadia in its current form looks like a pretty weak offering in comparison. Of course, Stadia may well pick up steam once some of its other big confirmed games come to the service, such as Doom Eternal, Cyberpunk 2077 and Baldur’s Gate 3, but for now, it’s looking pretty slim pickings. … [Read more...] about Stadia launch game line-up rises to 22 less than a day before its big release
Keanu Reeves, meanwhile, is part of a handful of new characters to join the likes of Woody and Buzz in Toy Story 4. As you might have gathered, he plays Duke Kaboom, Canada’s greatest stuntman. There’s also the likes of Forky, as voiced by Tony Hale, and the energetic duo of Ducky and Bunny, played by Key and Jordan Peele. But, let’s face it: You’re here for Keanu. … [Read more...] about Need more Keanu Reeves in your life? This behind-the-scenes Toy Story 4 feature is the best thing you’ll see all day