George Lucas, the man who created what may possibly be the most seminal pop-culture phenomenon film franchise of all time (and I'm not talking about Twilight) has announced that he's done with the movie business.
With this week's release of Red Tails, in which Lucas serves as executive producer, the legendary filmmaker will bow out of an industry that he no doubt helped shape.
For some fans, it's a bittersweet moment, especially to those critical of his more recent work in the Star Wars prequels and his perpetual tinkering with the original trilogy with its subsequent home releases.
What will become of Star Wars fandom without the white-bearded Godfather?
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