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Star Wars To Air As Animated Sitcom

CmdrTaco posted about 4 years ago | from the you-could-make-this-stuff-up dept.

Star Wars Prequels 268

The Bastard writes "As if the Star Wars Holiday Special and Jar-Jar weren't insulting enough to fans, George Lucas has decided to turn the franchise into an animated sitcom. I have a bad feeling about this." The article says that Seth Green is involved, which either sets off your late April Fool's Day alarm, immeasurable dread, or excitement.

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on the up side (1)

butterflysrage (1066514) | about 4 years ago | (#31751954)

It can't get much worse without showing up on MST3K.

I Guess That's About All That's Left (5, Insightful)

eldavojohn (898314) | about 4 years ago | (#31751964)

From the official site [starwars.com] there's an announcement from April 5th. Probably not a late April Fools joke.

After Robot Chicken and Family Guy's parodies of Star Wars, I guess Lucas knows what the fans want: humor. And let's face it, they were funny. At least for me anyway. Star Wars used to be a religion to me until Phantom Menace. I distanced myself and have since had plenty of time to recover. Even though I had read all the expanded universe material in my youth and could recite from memory more about an Aqualish than even Wikipedia would tolerate (hooray for retroactive continuity!), I found Robot Chicken's sketch of Ponda Baba's Bad Day [adultswim.com] hilarious. Laugh for ten minutes hilarious. Re-enact for my friends hilarious.

And it saddens me that all he has left is humor. I mean, I'd rather see both serious material and humor. Futurama had a great way of making fun of itself but also baking in really serious themes that made me love it. I hope Star Wars manages to maintain some sort of integrity through all this. I agree with what the quotes said about this being a large intricate universe with a lot to work with. And I had always been hoping for a TV show similar to the Tales from ... series in both short story and comic book form. I mean, you have a whole invented universe just sitting there waiting for writers to discover new intricacies with it. And, aside from the expanded universe, all we've gotten in approved cannon is three really bad movies and some decent kids shows. Where are the Grand Admiral Thrawns and Admiral Daalas? Where is the fleshing out of a background story for each of the aliens you see in Mos Eisley and Jabba's Palace? Confined to books I guess. I just don't understand why TV writers haven't been solicited to explore the Star Wars universe in the same way the expanded universe books have. Sure some have been trash (Barbara Hambly's Children of the Jedi) but you'd think someone could write a really neat story line with new villains, new force sensitives and new characters that are distantly related to the movies.

Re:I Guess That's About All That's Left (3, Insightful)

the Dragonweaver (460267) | about 4 years ago | (#31752118)

The comic books Star Wars Tales are pretty good; for example, one did a spoof of Judge Judy with the Emperor in the judge's seat, Darth Vader as the bailiff, and Hans Solo on trial for shooting Greedo. If they went that way, I could see it as being good.

That being said, the chances of them doing comedy in a way different than, say, Jar Jar are slim to none. That's not comedy as much as really bad slapstick, and given recent history, that's what they'll go for. Pity.

Re:I Guess That's About All That's Left (1)

GrumblyStuff (870046) | about 4 years ago | (#31752356)

Big fan of Futurama here. Was a fan of Family Guy until it was brought back. Never been a fan of Robot Chicken.

I can't imagine what sort of take they'll give it especially with Seth Green involved. Could Darth Vader do anything funny? Or is it just going to follow Luke growing up and dealing with being some sand farmer? Or, ooh ooh, will it just be in the same universe but following a completely new cast?!

I think that if the Jar-Jar and droid humor from 1-3 is any measure, it's gonna be baaaaad.

Re:I Guess That's About All That's Left (1)

just_another_sean (919159) | about 4 years ago | (#31752556)

I'm not sure how I feel about this, will wait and see. However the Star Wars special that Robot Chicken did was hilarious. If you see it you will no longer need to ask "Could Darth Vader do anything funny?". And I'm not talking giant helmets here, I mean a good, satirical look at something that so many of us took so seriously as kids.

But then again that was a one shot, 30 minute special; I have a hard time imagining they can get a whole, multi-season series out of it. Again, wait and see!

Oh and ditto on both Futurama and Family Guy.

Re:I Guess That's About All That's Left (1)

ArcherB (796902) | about 4 years ago | (#31752570)

I can't imagine what sort of take they'll give it especially with Seth Green involved.

Watch some of the old Robot Chicken Star Wars skits. Well worth it.

Could Darth Vader do anything funny?

Yes! See above.

THIS [youtube.com] is by far my favorite one.

"What the F#$@ is an aluminum falcon?"

Re:I Guess That's About All That's Left (1)

Tetsujin (103070) | about 4 years ago | (#31752732)

Never been a fan of Robot Chicken.

I can't imagine what sort of take they'll give it especially with Seth Green involved.

"Robot Chicken Star Wars" may give you an idea of what Seth Green has in mind.

Could Darth Vader do anything funny?

If you mean "is it possible for Darth Vader to do anything funny?", I think the answer is definitely yes. Vader's built up to such legendary status that there's huge potential in undermining that reputation. Best example from Robot Chicken is probably Vader calling the Emperor to explain that the Death Star was destroyed (though Vader's not seen in that bit - we see the Emperor's side of the conversation...) As for whether they're going to do that... Don't know...

Re:I Guess That's About All That's Left (0)

Anonymous Coward | about 4 years ago | (#31752360)

Who knew that George Lucas was having money problems after his stint with Bernie Madoff

Re:I Guess That's About All That's Left (2)

e2d2 (115622) | about 4 years ago | (#31752404)

Your lack of faith in the star wars franchise is disturbing. [force choke]

Re:I Guess That's About All That's Left (5, Insightful)

MightyMartian (840721) | about 4 years ago | (#31752442)

After Robot Chicken and Family Guy's parodies of Star Wars, I guess Lucas knows what the fans want: humor.

What the fans want is the prequels rewritten and refilmed with good actors, compelling storylines, characters you can give a shit about, and most importantly, no Jar-Jar or midichlorians. As well, to reverse the pathetic attempt to rewrite Han as a total good guy be reinstitating the wanton and totally justified murder of Greedo (if anyone short of Jesus Christ was in Han's shoes, they would have shot first too).

Star Wars was an incredible space opera-fantasy mashup universe that has always had a serious flaw, and that's Lucas himself. As a sort of idea man, he's pretty good, but he's always had this knack for soiling his own bed, and the prequels are by far the best example of how Lucas just screwed the pooch. The latest animated series is bad on every level. It wouldn't surprise me at all if he was completely selling out now.

What Star Wars really needs is for Lucas to give up control, let someone else take over, and maybe bring out a new trilogy that returns the movies to the feel of the original trilogy.

Re:I Guess That's About All That's Left (2, Insightful)

Captain Splendid (673276) | about 4 years ago | (#31752622)

What the fans want is the prequels rewritten and refilmed with good actors, compelling storylines, characters you can give a shit about, and most importantly, no Jar-Jar or midichlorians.

Uh yeah, good luck with that.

Don't get me wrong, I was as annoyed at the prequels as anyone else who had an actual social life, but shit, man, let's move on. The prequels sucked. It was almost a decade ago. Let it go.

Re:I Guess That's About All That's Left (4, Insightful)

jellomizer (103300) | about 4 years ago | (#31752698)

Well if you took off the nostalgia blinders you can see that episodes 4,5,6 were bad too. Campy acting and a basic storyline... Heck I would credit the fall of the empire not to Luke Skywalker but to Admiral Ackbar for his keen military leadership.

Part of the problem is after people became nostalgic to Star Wars the new stuff just didn't seem up to par. Jar-Jar wouldn't be so bad if R2D2 and C3PO wasn't there. Also I think if Anakin Skywalker was more like Kirk in the new Star Trek movie, (where you can sence a dark side but you still root for him)

Re:I Guess That's About All That's Left (3, Insightful)

commodore64_love (1445365) | about 4 years ago | (#31752522)

I suspect Star Wars during the Republic years would make a good Star Trek-style TV show, however television execs seem to have turned against science fiction. Ever since Star Trek was canceled they act as if audiences are sick of scifi, and now the only people producing new stuff is Syfy(lis) Channel.

Re:I Guess That's About All That's Left (1)

schm0 (1088653) | about 4 years ago | (#31752576)

Is this the "TV show" that has been in the pipelines forever? A @#!*#ing cartoon?!

Re:I Guess That's About All That's Left (3, Interesting)

BJ_Covert_Action (1499847) | about 4 years ago | (#31752616)

Where are the Grand Admiral Thrawns and Admiral Daalas?

More importantly, where is Mara Jade in a skimpy kick-ass undercover dancer's uniform? Don't get me wrong, Leia looked good in gold, but you just can't beat the idea of a piss-and-vinegar redhead in similar attire.

For that matter, let's throw Admiral Daala into that skimpy dancer's uniform mix too. Just for good measure.

Re:I Guess That's About All That's Left (1)

Tetsujin (103070) | about 4 years ago | (#31752632)

I found Robot Chicken's sketch of Ponda Baba's Bad Day [adultswim.com] hilarious. Laugh for ten minutes hilarious. Re-enact for my friends hilarious.

Perfect! Second post, looks like, and you've cited the Ponda Baba bit... That's one of my favorites, too - and to me really shows the potential of what Seth Green's talking about in the article - the mundane aspects of the characters' lives...

Re:I Guess That's About All That's Left (2, Informative)

FrigBot (1459361) | about 4 years ago | (#31752680)

Hmm, I read most of that stuff too. Gave up about 10 years ago as it was getting to be too much.

Anyway this announcement reminds me of the South Park episode from last year, or the year before, about the new Indiana Jones movie. With George Lucas and Steven Spielberg butt-raping Indiana Jones. This new sitcom is all that this is about: raping the franchise for whatever more profit they can squeeze out of it and dumping the carcass.

There is no match (4, Informative)

sjonke (457707) | about 4 years ago | (#31751970)

... for the comedy that is Episodes I, II and III.

Yeah... (5, Funny)

Spatial (1235392) | about 4 years ago | (#31751974)

George Lucas has decided to turn the franchise into an animated sitcom.

Slashdot is so far behind. The Episode 1/2/3 movies have been out for years!

Lucas just wants more money (-1, Redundant)

BobMcD (601576) | about 4 years ago | (#31751976)

Robot Chicken and Family Guy have had some success recently with StarWars parodies, and Lucas wants in on that bread.

This is further evidence that we need to seize this work from him and release it into the public domain.

When the cannon becomes a parody of the original, any pretense of integrity dies a painful death.

Re:Lucas just wants more money (1)

el3mentary (1349033) | about 4 years ago | (#31752016)

I assume you mean canon.

Re:Lucas just wants more money (1)

ChefInnocent (667809) | about 4 years ago | (#31752514)

I don't know; it might be fun to see a reconfigured R2D2 launch Lucas & young Mark Hamill into the stratosphere. Perhaps, C3P0 will join the dark side, have his arm rebuilt as a laser cannon which fires at Anikan Skywalker whenever he does something stupid.

I might consider watching those variants; otherwise, Star Wars is a franchise I have long stopped supporting.

Of course Lucas wants more money (1, Funny)

Anonymous Coward | about 4 years ago | (#31752064)

George Lucas has a fetish for butt plugs made out of bank rolls. He's a large man with insatiable, carnal appetites and a cavernous rectum, so the more bank rolls the better. He's squealing all the way to the bank.

Color me randomized (0)

Anonymous Coward | about 4 years ago | (#31751980)

"April Fools Day alarm, immeasurable dread, or excitement."

How about all of the above. If true, it will be simultaneously horrible, hilarious, and mind-numbingly painful

Obligatory... (0)

Anonymous Coward | about 4 years ago | (#31751982)

NNNNOOOOOOOoooooooooo!

Seth Green aka Robot Chicken and part of FamilyGuy (1)

kaptink (699820) | about 4 years ago | (#31752018)

Well Seth Green aka Robot Chicken and part of the Family Guy team has made some pretty funny piss takes on Start Wars. As long as its just that it could be ok. I dont know how far you can really stretch it out tho. Guess we'll have to wait and see.

Re:Seth Green aka Robot Chicken and part of Family (1)

BJ_Covert_Action (1499847) | about 4 years ago | (#31752658)

Granted. I would be happy to see more scenes of Boba Fett flying around and slaughtering ewoks just for kicks. Legend.

Yeah. (2, Insightful)

dangitman (862676) | about 4 years ago | (#31752046)

The article says that Seth Green is involved,

I'm going to go with "immeasurable dread."

Robot Chicken vs Clone Wars? (2, Interesting)

lorg (578246) | about 4 years ago | (#31752052)

Concidering we already have Star Wars - the Clone Wars do we really need another one? I doubt a "playful and irreverent tone" is what the fans want. I don't really want Yoda to start cracking wise about force.

As much as I think Seth is funny I do hope it won't be Robot Chicken - Star Wars episodes on steroids. Those little bits are very hit and miss and once a season is quite enough.

Re:Robot Chicken vs Clone Wars? (1)

Facegarden (967477) | about 4 years ago | (#31752344)

Concidering we already have Star Wars - the Clone Wars do we really need another one? I doubt a "playful and irreverent tone" is what the fans want. I don't really want Yoda to start cracking wise about force.

As much as I think Seth is funny I do hope it won't be Robot Chicken - Star Wars episodes on steroids. Those little bits are very hit and miss and once a season is quite enough.

I agree entirely. I think the success of the Family Guy and Robot Chicken pieces has been related to their rarity, and that they weren't forced.

Trying to recreate that repeatedly seems like it would be pretty likely to fail.
-Taylor

See... (1)

Pojut (1027544) | about 4 years ago | (#31752066)

...I think Lucas is so pissed the he will forever be remembered for Star Wars and nothing else that he is purposely driving it into the ground...yet somehow, it still makes him a ton of money.

It's a shame...oh well, at least THX-1138 isn't getting this kind of attention. The "modernization" of it was actually really well done, minus the unnecessary car-chase and CGI scorpion.

Re:See... (1)

gstoddart (321705) | about 4 years ago | (#31752244)

...I think Lucas is so pissed the he will forever be remembered for Star Wars and nothing else that he is purposely driving it into the ground...yet somehow, it still makes him a ton of money.

Or, is he desperately trying to still be remembered, and he's flogging his cash-cow for all it's worth? I'm not sure here purposely driving it into the ground, or if that's just happening on its own.

Other than Lucas Arts doing technical work for other people ... has Lucas himself even had a non-Star Wars idea in the last few decades?? If he wants to be remembered for something else, then make something else.

Cheers

Re:See... (1)

nomadic (141991) | about 4 years ago | (#31752294)

I think Lucas is so pissed the he will forever be remembered for Star Wars and nothing else

Indiana who and the lost what?

Re:See... (4, Insightful)

MBGMorden (803437) | about 4 years ago | (#31752380)

While Indiana Jones may be REMEMBERED, I don't think it's too often associated with George Lucas. As a matter of fact if you told 20 people on the street that he was even involved with that franchise at all I'd bet that 18 of them would be incredibly surprised to find that bit of info out.

The reality is when people think George Lucas they think Star Wars, and not much else.

Re:See... (1)

v1 (525388) | about 4 years ago | (#31752534)

I think Lucas is so pissed the he will forever be remembered for Star Wars and nothing else

Oh I think Alec Guinness [wikipedia.org] (Obi Wan Kenobi) has him beat a country mile. That absolutely drove him crazy, he was an actor on stage and played roles like Hamlet, and yet his role in Star Wars is what 99% of the people that know the face will remember him for.

Mmmmmm excuse me but there allready exist one (1)

hviniciusg (1481907) | about 4 years ago | (#31752088)

I have watched it whit my son on Discovery Kids or some of those child channels.

It was an animated Star Wars

Re:Mmmmmm excuse me but there allready exist one (1)

Facegarden (967477) | about 4 years ago | (#31752204)

I have watched it whit my son on Discovery Kids or some of those child channels.

It was an animated Star Wars

The article mentions that there have been others. This is going to be a sitcom, which is probably worse than anything before it.

Anonymous Coward (0)

Anonymous Coward | about 4 years ago | (#31752136)

I thought they already animated "Spaceballs"? That wasn't enough?

The world just sucks (4, Funny)

elrous0 (869638) | about 4 years ago | (#31752156)

Good men die every day. And yet Lucas keeps on living and living. If there is a god, he's not even *trying* to be fair.

Re:The world just sucks (1)

Shakrai (717556) | about 4 years ago | (#31752276)

And yet Lucas keeps on living and living. If there is a goddess, she's not even *trying* to be fair.

Fixed that for you ;)

Re:The world just sucks (2, Funny)

blair1q (305137) | about 4 years ago | (#31752512)

>> And yet Lucas keeps on living and living. If there is a Chthulhu--wait, no, i mean, AIEEEEEEE!

> Fixed that for you ;)

And yours.

Re:The world just sucks (1)

ZenDragon (1205104) | about 4 years ago | (#31752610)

Aww poor pitiful emo fan boy. *rolls eyes* It is truly pathetic that you would wish death on somebody simply because you doing like the direction they are going with their own media franchise. Get a life, or just stop trying.

The only thing "Star Wars" on the horizon... (1)

The Living Fractal (162153) | about 4 years ago | (#31752162)

Star Wars: The Old Republic.

I am prepared to lose several hours on this... TV Sitcom? Pass.

There's probably 100 Star Wars novels written that I haven't read. Would much rather read those than watch TV.

The Fonz may have been the first... (1)

andawyr (212118) | about 4 years ago | (#31752170)

...but Star Wars will be soon (or is it already?) part of the list of those shows that 'Jumped the Shark'.

With Lucas at the helm, the death spiral has been been underway for a while, and how it's accelerating.

Re:The Fonz may have been the first... (1)

andawyr (212118) | about 4 years ago | (#31752232)

D'oh! That should have been "now it's accelerating".

(sigh) I don't know why I bother to preview :-)

Re:The Fonz may have been the first... (1)

bit9 (1702770) | about 4 years ago | (#31752408)

Star Wars hit rock bottom with Episode I, and has been bouncing and skidding along in the gutter ever since. Then again, I haven't actually seen the Christmas special. But given how truly awful Episode I was, I can't imagine the Christmas Special could really be all that much worse. At this point, I'm guessing that even the Star Wars erotic fan fiction is, on average, of a higher caliber than any of the franchise's official releases.

Re:The Fonz may have been the first... (3, Insightful)

MightyMartian (840721) | about 4 years ago | (#31752578)

It hit rock bottom with the souped-up 1990s rereleases of the first three films. The alteration of the Han Solo-Greedo sequence was a clear shot across the bow that Lucas was going to supremely fuck things up, and he certainly didn't disappoint. Episode I is a trainwreck, Episode II... fuck, I have to think for a minute to even remember what Episode II was about, and Episode III managed to find a way to make Anakin's fall from grace both boring and unbelievable. Capped with probably the most stullifingly dull saber duel in the entire series.

Lucas sucks, plain and simple.

Star Wars Christmas Special (1)

waterford0069 (580760) | about 4 years ago | (#31752174)

Didn't we have something like this already... it was called the Star Wars Christmas Special. Some of us are even old enough to have had to experience it.

Re:Star Wars Christmas Special (0)

Anonymous Coward | about 4 years ago | (#31752258)

... the rest of us downloaded it from TPB.

"isn't going to suck as much as you think it is?" (5, Insightful)

aapold (753705) | about 4 years ago | (#31752206)

Seth Green says:

"Let us assure you this isn't going to suck as much as you think it is."

It couldn't possibly.

But it could still suck a great deal without reaching that level.

Re:"isn't going to suck as much as you think it is (0)

Anonymous Coward | about 4 years ago | (#31752634)

Seth Green says:

"Let us assure you this isn't going to suck as much as you think it is."

So what you're saying is it's still going to suck.

All Hail the Star Wars Comedy Suck-tacular.

Re:"isn't going to suck as much as you think it is (2, Funny)

MightyMartian (840721) | about 4 years ago | (#31752672)

All Hail the Star Wars Comedy Suck-tacular.

Many Bothan spies died to bring us... Whookie porn!

Maybe a cross of "Happy Days" and "Star Wars" (2)

PolygamousRanchKid (1290638) | about 4 years ago | (#31752314)

The Fonz tells Darth Vader to "sit on it." Yoda as Arnold the wise force wielding burger flipper. Joanie Loves Chewbacca. Maybe a bit of "Gilligan's Island" on the side . . . the Skipper and Gilligan as Storm Troopers . . . the Skipper pulls off Gilligan's Storm Trooper Helmet and whacks him over the head with it . . . Princess Leia arrives by train in "Petticoat Junction" to flirt with all of the "My three Ewok Sons."

With Colonel Klink and Schultz behind the wheel of the Death Star, what couldn't be funny?

"Two and a half Jar Jars?"

Without Bea Arthur It Does Not Interest Me At All (1)

CyberSlammer (1459173) | about 4 years ago | (#31752386)

No one could run the Cantina like she did....and judging by her sexy body, I am more than sure that Greedo did shoot first.

Wasn't this tried? (1)

Animats (122034) | about 4 years ago | (#31752498)

I vaguely remember a trailer from a year or two ago for some Star Wars like movie that looked like a bad game trailer. Did that ever come out, or was it just killed as embarrassing?

Who tagged this "wantnot"? (1)

Tetsujin (103070) | about 4 years ago | (#31752504)

I mean, I guess you're doing a Yoda-mode version of "do not want"?

But "do not want" was already from Star Wars...

Clone Wars Again? (1)

BJ_Covert_Action (1499847) | about 4 years ago | (#31752552)

Yeah, so when the whole Star Wars: Clone Wars thing came out, it took the dead horse that was left over after Revenge of the Sith and just beat it into a bloody awful mess. I didn't think you could do worse than that to the Star Wars namesake until this came along. I suppose George Lucas just had to ask, 'Will it blend as well?"

On the bright side, Seth Green is, far and away, a sci-fi Star Wars nerd so he certainly will try to do the franchise justice. I would be excited to see him pull it off well.

On the not so bright side, Matt Stone and Trey Parker wrote a whole episode of South Park dedicated to Lucas's raping of Indiana Jones in the fourth movie of the franchise. It looks like they may have just found a little more material for a new episode.

Okay everyone (0)

Anonymous Coward | about 4 years ago | (#31752582)

April Fool's day is over, wait until next year.

I'm Seth Green! (1, Interesting)

Plastic Pencil (1258364) | about 4 years ago | (#31752604)

Hi, I'm Seth Green! I'm cool because I like the things you like. I like toys and Star Wars. I like making shows about toys and Star Wars.

I've never had an original idea my entire life, but I sure know how to recycle tired jokes.

I'm Seth Green. I came to fame by riding Mike Meyers and Joss Whedon's coattails. And I named my production company after a monkey. Ain't I clever? A MONKEY!

I'm so clever in fact that George Lucas, director of the New Star Wars Trilogy and executive producer of 'Howard the Duck' has chosen ME to be a consultant on a Star Wars comedy. A COMEDY about Star Wars! Nothing says comedy like scouring the net and repeating all the Star Wars jokes that you've all been making for decades, but you'll laugh at them again because I'm regurgitating your digested food and getting paid for it! RIGHT!?

Breaking: Lucas continues to milk old franchise (1)

noewun (591275) | about 4 years ago | (#31752646)

In other news, water wet and sun bright and hot.

When Star Wars came out, I thought it was the most amazing movie I'd ever seen.

I was nine years old.

Having watched it as an adult, I've realized it really is quite bad. Unfortunately, Lucas hasn't gotten that memo. . .

frist Psot!? (-1, Troll)

Anonymous Coward | about 4 years ago | (#31752682)

fanatic kn0wn

Base it on the Death Star.... (1)

BatGnat (1568391) | about 4 years ago | (#31752726)

and they could end every episode with "OH MY GOD, They blew up the Death Star! YOU BASTARDS!"

Just kidding, but this will be awesome, Robot Chicken and Family Guy's Starwars are brilliant!

Star Wars Kid Redux... (1)

Xin Jing (1587107) | about 4 years ago | (#31752752)

I still say that Lucas should make his own "Star Wars Kid" character, maybe this is the vehicle for that opportunity.

Jedi-in-training, with a dance in his pants.

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