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Lucas Previews Return of the Clone Wars
Star Wars patriarch George Lucas tells the Associated Press that he is hard at work on his new, 3-D computer-animated continuation of the Emmy-winning Clone Wars series that aired on Cartoon Network from 2003 to 2005, but has yet to sell it to a network. "It's a fun place to go," Lucas says of the series' setting, a civil war between the Republic and separatists led by Count Dooku. And while Clone Wars will feature such familiar characters as Anakin and Obi-Wan, Lucas promises "nobody famous" among the voice cast. I'm not quite sure if that excludes Luke-turned-voice-actor Mark Hamill.
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