"If the words Star Wars make you want to speak up, we want to hear from you! Did the new trilogy leave a sour taste in your mouth? What?s your stance on the Special Editions? Are you ready to stand up for George, or to stand up to him?
The People vs. George Lucas (www.peoplevsgeorge.com) is not only the first truly democratic feature film in history; it?s also a unique opportunity for the millions of opinionated Star Wars supporters and detractors everywhere to speak up about the franchise and its creator, George Lucas.
Slated for release in 2009, The People vs. George Lucas is a new kind of Star Wars fan film, and we?d like to encourage you to participate in the making of this exciting new documentary. This film is about empowering the fans. It?s about telling George what we love and hate about Star Wars. It?s about expressing what this franchise means to us, what we wish had been handled differently, and what our hopes for the future are. Above all, it?s a celebration of what binds us, the fans, together.
So check out our website, spread the word, and send us your footage!"
UPDATE: Our friend Lukasz from Imperial City Online sent us a link to Kuba Turkiewicz's interview with Alexandre O. Philippe, the writer and director of the "People vs. George Lucas" project. Click here to check it out.
UPDATE #2:Click here to check out the official teaser trailer!
UPDATE #3: From writer/director of The People vs. George Lucas, Alexandre O. Philippe:
"The tension is mounting, the stakes are rising, and the official Blog for THE PEOPLE vs. GEORGE LUCAS is finally here to answer your questions, entertain you, and provide you with all the scoops about our ongoing production and post-production process:
We've been secretly working on it for just over a month now, and we've already posted 7 entries, so you have some catching up to do! From now on, this will be THE place to go for all the latest news about our doc, and you can expect updates at least once a week."
Rebelscum Breast Cancer Awareness Charity Patch Posted By Philip on November 25, 2014: Thanks to everybody that ordered patches. I sent a check for $1,600.00 to the National Breast Cancer Foundation on Monday. While it's not as much as I hoped for, it's still very much appreciated. They will remain for sale in the store for anybody that still wishes to purchase them. Details after the jump.