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Long before Lucas became obsessed with filmmaking, he yearned to be a race-car driver, and he spent most of his high school years racing on the underground circuit at fairgrounds and hanging out at garages.
Lucas also produced and/or wrote a variety of films through Lucasfilm in the 1980s and 1990s.He later collaborated on the story for the Indiana Jones sequel Kingdom of the Crystal Skull (2008), and served as the story writer and executive producer for the war film, Red Tails (2012).Five of Lucas's seven features are among the 100 highest-grossing movies at the North American box office, adjusted for ticket-price inflation.His next work as a writer-director was the film, American Graffiti (1973), inspired by his teen years in early 1960s Modesto, California, and produced through the newly founded Lucasfilm.The film was critically and commercially successful, and received five Academy Award nominations including Best Picture.He also became good friends with fellow acclaimed student filmmaker and future Indiana Jones collaborator, Steven Spielberg.
Lucas was deeply influenced by the Filmic Expression course taught at the school by filmmaker Lester Novros which concentrated on the non-narrative elements of Film Form like color, light, movement, space, and time.
" Lucas said during an interview on in January 2012.
PHOTOS: 2012's engagements of the year According to Hobson, a Princeton University graduate who is also the head of a Chicago-based investment management firm, their relationship works because they are both "extraordinarily open-minded people, and we are open to what the universe brings us." She added, "We didn't have preconceived ideas about what a partner should be, and so we allowed ourselves to discover something that was unexpected.
PHOTOS: Over-the-top celebrity weddings In October 2012, Lucas sold his television and film production company, Lucasfilm Ltd., to the Walt Disney Company for $4.05 billion.
The director had announced his retirement four months prior.
Another inspiration was the Serbian montagist (and dean of the USC Film Department) Slavko Vorkapich, a film theoretician who made stunning montage sequences for Hollywood studio features at MGM, RKO, and Paramount.