You get to know it better and better,” he says. “It’s a good time, like the old days.”
So, if there was once a time when a movie like The Phantom Menace might have been a runaway hit in theaters and in DVD, when the box office receipts were rolling in and the movie would have topped the domestic box office receipts for the original Star Wars trilogy, what happened? Well, when you have an untamable project that won’t be given a sequel, that you won’t be able to talk about anymore, that you can’t afford to lose, if you happen to have a conversation with George Lucas about the future, and they talk about the idea of bringing in another character from the original trilogy, if we’re talking “puppet,” do they talk about their “mullet boy” character, do they talk about Luke’s old nemesis with the lightsaber, Darth Maul, do they talk about a new villain who will be a dark Jedi knight, or a green skinned hulk, or a little woman?
“It’s a great idea,” Lucas says. “They might use some of the stuff. I don’t know. It’s a good idea to me.”
In the wake of Hurricane Sandy, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) has announced that he will ask for $20 billion in hurricane relief to cover expenses. The Governor’s office says he will spend $50 million a day for six months to help the residents affected by the storm. (Watch a trailer for the Christie Hurricane Relief website)
According to a new report released by the Federal Emergency Management Agency, this will result in approximately 576,000 New Jerseyans losing their homes, 1.5 million jobs being lost, and 4,800 people being placed in quarantine. The report estimates that these figures will be reduced to approximately 300,000 as costs recede. The governor said in a statement, “It has been my goal to fight the storm, not to take it from one victim to another. With this action, we will help those that are truly in need.”
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie says he will ask for billions to help New Jersey get back to normal after Hurricane Sandy. https://t.co/mfVvwPJ8tY — CBS News (@CBSNews) October 26, 2013
According to the FEMA report, the Governor’s proposed $50 million a day spending plan will mean that the state’s total annual assistance bill will
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