What Makes A Blockbuster: George Lucas Weighs In

As if screenwriting, directing and producing several landmark films weren’t enough, George Lucas has come out with what will probably be yet another blockbuster — only this time it’s a book.

On the occasion of the book’s publication, Lucas joins Fresh Air guest host David Bianculli for a conversation about moviemaking milestones — in Hollywood history, and in his own career.


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