2012年11月1日木曜日

We want Lemonade Mouth2 as same as Star Wars Episode7

Star Wars Episode 7と同じくらいLemonade Mouth 2が見たい。
 ウォルト・ディズニーは、「スター・ウォーズ」で知られるジョージ・
ルーカス監督が設立した映画会社「ルーカス・フィルム」を40億5000万
ドルで買収すると発表した。

ディズニー
・スター・ウォーズシリーズの映画製作やアニメ、キャラクターに関する
 権利も同時に取得。
・ILMやSkywalker Soundも含む
・「スター・ウォーズ エピソード7」を15年に上映することを目指す。
・エピソード7-9までは、筋書き(Story Line)ができている。

人気がなかったThe Clone Warsシリーズではなく、未だにファンが多い
Star Warsシリーズの最新作を制作とのことだが、ジョン・カーターで大
コケし、犠牲になったと思っているLemonade Mouth 2をStar Wars7の前に
放送して欲しい。
Lemonade Mouth 2の製作費は40億ドルもかからないだろう。
LFL買収の40億ドルのために、資金繰りがつかず、またLemonade mouth 2
が犠牲か。

Star Warsシリーズは、古代神話スタイルから外れた段階で興味が薄れた。
次第に、中途半端なドラゴンボールとハーレクイン風な恋愛と思っていた
ら、批判にさらされた製作者は引退宣言。
創作者から手が離れたSW7-9もJohn Carterの二の舞か。

Lemonade Mouth 2 No Premiere


Bridgit Mendler on No "Lemonade Mouth 2" & New Music


We want "Lemonade mouth 2"


The People vs. George Lucas - Movie Review by Jonathan Kim


---ディズニー:「スター・ウォーズ」の映画会社買収---
毎日新聞 2012年10月31日 10時30分(最終更新 10月31日 10時52分)
http://mainichi.jp/select/news/20121031k0000e030154000c.html

 米娯楽大手のウォルト・ディズニーは30日、米人気映画シリーズ「スター・ウォーズ」で知られるジョージ・ルーカス監督が設立した映画会社「ルーカス・フィルム」を40億5000万ドル(約3200億円)で買収すると発表した。
 ディズニーはスター・ウォーズシリーズの映画製作やアニメ、キャラクターに関する権利も同時に取得、ディズニー傘下での製作となるシリーズ最新作「スター・ウォーズ エピソード7」を15年に上映することを目指す。(ニューヨーク共同)


---ディズニーがルーカスフィルム買収、スター・ウォーズ新作に着手---
2012.10.31 Wed posted at 09:24 JST
http://www.cnn.co.jp/showbiz/35023783.html

 ニューヨーク(CNNMoney) 米娯楽大手ウォルト・ディズニーは30日、「スター・ウォーズ」などを手掛けた映画制作会社ルーカスフィルムを40億ドル(約3200億円)相当の現金と株式で買収すると発表した。
 買収は、現金20億ドルとディズニー株約4000万株によって行う。これにより、ルーカスフィルム経営者のジョージ・ルーカス監督はディズニーの大株主となる。
 ルーカスフィルムの特殊効果事業インダストリアル・ライト・アンド・マジックと、音響スタジオのスカイウォーカー・サウンドもディズニーの傘下に入る。
 ルーカス監督は、「スター・ウォーズを新世代の映画制作者に託すべき時が来た」「私は常に、スター・ウォーズは私を越えて生き続けると信じており、自分が生きているうちに引き継ぐことが大切だと考えた」との談話を発表した。
 ディズニーのボブ・アイガー最高経営責任者(CEO)は電話会見で、スター・ウォーズの新たなシリーズ3部作の第1作目となる「エピソード7」の制作に着手していることも明らかにした。ルーカス氏はこの作品でクリエーティブ・コンサルタントを務めるという。
 スター・ウォーズの新作は2005年の「エピソード3・シスの復讐」以来。エピソード7は15年の公開を目指す。
 新たな3部作の後も、ディズニーは2~3年ごとにスター・ウォーズ・シリーズの新作を公開していく方針。必ずしも続編に限らず、これまでの作品に脇役として登場したキャラクターにスポットを当てる可能性もあるという。さらにテレビシリーズを制作する可能性にも言及した。
 アイガー氏によると、ルーカス監督は数年前から自身の引退に向けた引き継ぎの計画を練っていたという。同監督の今後の作品への関与について、アイガー氏は「彼の意思は引退することだ」と述べている。


---Disney to make new 'Star Wars' films, buy Lucas co---
By RYAN NAKASHIMA, AP Business Writer
20121031
http://www.google.com/hostednews/ap/article/ALeqM5i4FcW_Lvdn2tCFY3g5bws6OmywTA?docId=78b5b094e73a40d295f850a9c697ba43


LOS ANGELES (AP)  A decade after George Lucas said "Star Wars" was finished on the big screen, a new trilogy is destined for theaters as The Walt Disney Co. announced Tuesday that it was buying Lucasfilm Ltd. for $4.05 billion.

The seventh movie, with a working title of "Episode 7," is set for release in 2015. Episodes 8 and 9 will follow. The new trilogy will carry the story of Luke Skywalker, Han Solo and Princess Leia beyond "Return of the Jedi," the third film released and the sixth in the saga. After that, Disney plans a new "Star Wars" movie every two or three years. Lucas will serve as creative consultant in the new movies.

"For the past 35 years, one of my greatest pleasures has been to see Star Wars passed from one generation to the next," said Lucas, chairman and CEO of Lucasfilm Ltd. "It's now time for me to pass Star Wars on to a new generation of filmmakers. I've always believed that Star Wars could live beyond me, and I thought it was important to set up the transition during my lifetime."

Disney CEO Bob Iger said Lucusfilm had already developed an extensive story line on the next trilogy, and Episode 7 was now in early-stage development.

The Walt Disney Co. announced the blockbuster agreement to buy Lucasfilm in cash and stock Tuesday. The deal includes Lucasfilm's prized high-tech production companies, Industrial Light & Magic and Skywalker Sound, as well as rights to the "Indiana Jones" franchise.

Lucas was hailed as a cinematic visionary when the original "Star Wars" came out in 1977. But he had become an object of often-vicious ridicule by the time he released 3-D versions of all six films in the Star Wars franchise earlier this year.

Die-hard Star War fans had been vilifying Lucas for years, convinced that he had become a commercial sell-out and had compounded his sins by desecrating the heroic tale that he originally sought to tell. They railed against him for adding grating characters such as Jar Jar Binks in the second trilogy and attacked him for tinkering with the original trilogy, too. Any revision  from little things like making the Ewoks blink or bigger alterations like making a green-skinned alien named Greedo take the first shot at Han Solo in a famous bar scene  were treated as blasphemy.

The criticism grated on Lucas, who vowed never to make another Star Wars movie during an interview with The New York Times earlier this year.

"Why would I make any more when everybody yells at you all the time and says what a terrible person you are?" Lucas told the Times.

"Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull," the fourth film in another lucrative franchise, subjected Lucas to even more bards when it came to the big screen in 2008. Fans of those films were especially outraged about an opening scene that featured Indiana Jones crawling into a lead-lined refrigerator to survive a nuclear bomb blasting.

Lucas, 68, was fed up by the time he released "Red Tails," a movie depicting the valor of African-American pilots during World War II, earlier this year. He told the Times he was ready to retire from the business of making blockbusters and return to his roots as a student at USC's film school, where he once made a movie about clouds moving in a desert.

Kathleen Kennedy, the current co-chairman of Lucasfilm, will become the division's president and report to Walt Disney Studios Chairman Alan Horn. She will serve as executive producer for the new movies.

In a video posted on YouTube, Lucas said the decision to continue with the saga wasn't inconsistent with past statements.

"I always said I wasn't going to do any more and that's true, because I'm not going to do any more, but that doesn't mean I'm unwilling to turn it over to Kathy to do more," Lucas said.

He said he has given Kennedy his story lines and other ideas, "and I have complete confidence that she's going to take them and make great movies."

Kennedy added that she and Lucas had discussed ideas with a couple of writers about the future movies and said Lucas would continue to have a key advisory role. "My Yoda has to be there," she said.

In a statement, Iger said the acquisition is a great fit and will help preserve and grow the "Star Wars" franchise.

"The last 'Star Wars' movie release was 2005's 'Revenge of the Sith'  and we believe there's substantial pent-up demand," Iger said.

The deal brings Lucasfilm under the Disney banner with other brands including Pixar, Marvel, ESPN and ABC, all companies that Disney has acquired over the years. A former weatherman who rose through the ranks of ABC, Iger has orchestrated some of the company's biggest acquisitions, including the $7.4 billion purchase of animated movie studio Pixar in 2006 and the $4.2 billion acquisition of comic book giant Marvel in 2009.

Disney shares were not trading with stock markets closed due to the impact of Superstorm Sandy in New York.

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