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Star Wars making-of lands on Black List
Just hours after Chewie got the Black List bump, the pair got on the phone to share their excitement. What was the spark that made you think this was a story you wanted to tell?
So we really had a handle on the story from there. We were about 65 percent of the way done with the script and we just had some things we wanted to fill out.
Evan Susser (Author of Chewie)
We waited in line to get his autograph and we decided we could probably ask him one question — no matter how weird it was. Do you worship the Star Wars universe the way that ssser lot of fans do, or were you able to tackle this assignment from an objective point of view?
There are some people who are bigger Star Wars fans then us, who know the whole extended universe and have read all of the novels. I saw all of the eban in one weekend when I was a kid. Does your script feature all the players that we would expect to see in a movie about the making of Star Wars?
The relationship between Peter Mayhew and Carrie Fisher is something that people have really grabbed a susser of. She would still be in costume and he was about 7-foot-three, so they kind of really stand out in the middle of this chinese restaurant.
ScriptShadow: Screenwriting and Screenplay reviews: Chewie
Did you write with actors in mind, or is that unnecessary because you have the actual actors firmly stuck in your head? We joked around that Mark Wahlberg would play Harrison Ford. But the stars eventually aligned for it.
We just love that story. George Lucas, of course, is very protective of his lucrative properties. Have you encountered that yet and do you expect to? As we understand it, for this movie to get made, George Lucas is going to have to give his approval.
So we hope he likes it. He kind of goofed off a little bit during the making, and that comes across. Enigma, space disasters, and Chewie top list of admired unproduced screenplays.