J'étais venu assister à un joli petit déferlement de haine et puis, à mon grand étonnement, ça a tourné au débat constructif.
Grand Fan a écrit:Dire que c'est "repoussé à une date ultérieure", c'est juste du langage de com' (c'est comme pour la ressortie 3D). Pensez à garder les vidéos Detours sur votre disque dur, ça va vite devenir collector
PiccoloJr a écrit:deux saisons entières avaient été doublées
http://sciencefiction.com/2013/07/11/ex ... nat-faxon/
link224 a écrit:39 épisodes de Detours étaient achevés, et 62 scripts également terminés
Source : http://www.theforce.net/story/front/Set ... 154173.asp
Jagen Eripsa a écrit:On est sûrs qu'on ne la verra jamais ?
magiefeu a écrit:Aller, 3014, on y croit
LYT: Has Disney killed Star Wars Detours?
SG: No, no, and I think - I'll correct this again - there's a misinterpretation that Disney had anything to do with that decision. That was 100% a Lucasfilm decision, and it was born from the time they decided to make new movies. We started having conversations about what the next three years of Star Wars were going to be before those movies came out. And it was months of talking with Kathy Kennedy, and the decision makers at the company.
The decision really was that because our show - the way it was conceived - is timeless, and because we've got nearly 40 completely finished, ready for broadcast episodes, but because the tone of the show is comedic, and it's more like the Simpsons universe within the Star Wars universe, it was counter-intuitive to spend the next three years targeting young kids and teens with a show that was kind of a deconstructionist view of the characters that they just, three years from now, were going to be meant to take very seriously.
SG: You know, when the new Star Wars starts, after Return of the Jedi, the death of Darth Vader, the death of the Emperor - those need to be akin with the death of Stalin, the death of Hitler. And so our show portrays those characters the same way that Robot Chicken does, as sort of beleaguered, middle-management, the higher-up, head of a CEO that's running some intergalactic space station.
MS: The worst thing that people tell us all the time is that they introduce people to Star Wars through Robot Chicken, which is the worst thing that you can possibly do. It's backwards.
SG: It's just handicapping your kids' ability to interpret the sincere version of something by introducing them via the ironic one.
MS: And knowing that there's a sincere version coming, and we are the comedic version - we can take stage after they actual present the new...
SG: It's a delay, it's not a cancellation. There is so much material, and I really believe the media is going to catch up to it.
MS: So much.
SG: In the same way that networks are focusing on green-lighting whole seasons at a time, the same way that Netflix is building an entire series that people can view via download - that's where Detours will live. But it won't be for, like, five years. So everyone's just got to be patient.
MS: It's a Disney question.
SG: Well, it's still a Lucasfilm question. Don't pass it off on Disney. [chuckles]
MS: Yeah, okay.