George Lucas is coming to Los Angeles this week to meet with potential writers for his new Star Wars live-action television series. His goal, apparently, is to get a number of 'significant writers' to each work on an episode, 13 in all, for the first season of the show. He might even hire writers from other countries to work on the series, which would provide a refreshingly non-American slant to the series.
This, also, means that there might be a good shot at us getting some real dialogue, as opposed to the Achilles Heel of the Star Wars universe, which is that Lucas can't write believable things to put in his characters' mouths. Heh. Heh heh.