IGN Interview with Seth Green and Matt Senreich

September 7, 2012 at 7:46 am | Posted in Detours, Star Wars News, Television | Leave a comment

IGN posted an interview with Star Wars: Detours‘ creators Seth Green and Matt Senreich.

Luke was conspicuous by his absence in the footage I saw at your first panel at Star Wars Celebration.

Senreich: Oh, he’ll be there.

Green: Oh yeah, but Luke is a teenager that lives in the desert with his f**king uncle. [Laughs] He’s not the coolest kid on the block.

Senreich: Yeah, we talked about it on our Saturday panel [Editor’s Note: There were two panels for Detours at SWCVI – one Friday, one Saturday]. He’s the guy who Obi-Wan is constantly trying to go see and teach that he has the universe to help save, and every time he tries to go there… Well, maybe that wasn’t the first time Obi-Wan had attempted to get to Luke.

Green: That’s our thought, is that Obi-Wan never knew what the correct timing was to approach that sort of prophecy in the desert. So each time, he attempts it and it goes horribly awry. He’s just like [waving hand as if using the Force], “None of this ever happened.” And Luke starts overtime developing real gaps in his memory, and he wakes up in places and doesn’t understand why his clothes are askew. “What happened here?”

Click here to read the full interview.

Posted By: Skuldren for Roqoo Depot.

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