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The Exorcist: The United kingdom Musical??

After the mostly abysmal “prequels” that George Lucas inflicted on die-hard Star Wars fans (The Phantom Menace was so painful that I thought of suing on the grounds of emotional distress), take heart: it may actually get worse.

Lucas is planning to stage a musical version of the Star Wars series, distilling 13-plus hours of film into a 90-minute musical extravaganza. But don’t despair: it’s less bad because it sounds. L’ensemble des Miserables Clone Wars, it’s not.

Rather, it will likely be an orchestral production to accompany clips in the movies, not R2-D2 belting “The Phantom Menace from the Empire,” because the Occasions reviews:

[A]lthough stars [will] be employed to narrate the storyline, it won’t be a stage musical. The development…is going to be a lot more like a music concert carried out before a cinema screen…in the O2 Arena in southeast London.

The crowd in the 17,000-chair venue will watch key moments in the film as 86 music artists in the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra play extracts from John Williams’ score….

The concept behind the variation from the films ended up being to allow audiences greater participation. [Producer] stated: “It will be a lot dissimilar to seated and hearing the record. Like a film it’s greatly a 1-way experience. We are attempting to bridge that a bit to really make it a 2-way experience.”

One more reason is nearly certainly to create Lucasfilm and George Lucas more income. A DVD from the event is nearly sure to hit shelves the coming year, beforeChristmas. Now if only Lucas would focus on making episodes seven through nine, rather than milking the fruits of his earlier labors, I just might get excited.

Or maybe not. The Times also reports that Jar Jar Binks will be in the London musical production. Say it ain’t so, George!


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