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Antonio Marras Fall/Winter 2015-2016 Collection – Milan Fashion Week

That’s pretty much the way many Star Wars fans felt after seeing Episode I in May of 1999. Show me more: more Jedi. More lightsabers. More Yoda. More about the Force and the mysteries surrounding the Sith. The earliest trailer, which caused such a frenzy in ’98, suggested a movie about the two sides of the Force, converging on a remote planet to fight for the soul of a boy who promises “balance.” Instead, what most people remember was a souped-up hot-rod race led by a whiny young Anakin Skywalker (Jake Lloyd), who looked like he still needed a booster seat; an “entertaining” sidekick, Jar Jar Binks (see story on page 54); a lot of Trade Federation jargon; and an ending in which the good guys win by blowing up yet another version of the Death Star.
To his credit, Lucas raised the bar as he always does on special-effects filmmaking. But for as many new young fans as it brought to the franchise, it alienated a lot of the faithful, who went on to The Matrix and The Lord ofthe Rings with a huge, unsatiated appetite.
None of this bothers Lucas. He knows that even the disgruntled saw Episode I, which grossed $431 million, more than once. He knows that the DVD became one of the fastest-and best-selling releases of all time. And he’s confident that Episode II delivers the goods. “I think it turned out well,” he says, understated as usual. “I’m sure the audiences will love it. The [older] fans will grumble about it. The critics will hate it. That’s sort of a given on any movie that we’ve done.”
The day before his ILM visit, Lucas is sitting on a plush, oversized couch in his expansive office at Skywalker Ranch, outside of San Francisco. The decor is classic California: lots of wood, solid earth tones, a few sculptures, and, throughout the house, vintage movie posters from the ’40s, ’50s, and ’60s. It’s a nonchalant but confident statement of personal style kind of like the plaid shirts, blue jeans, and white sneakers the director often wears.

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