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Date Posted: Saturday, May 19
Author: Chris
Subject: Re: Zak here!
In reply to: Alan TJ Dripps 's message, "Re: Zak here!" on Thursday, May 17

>all that remains is a
>film adaptation. Question is; would it make the kind
>of money for Mr. Lucas, that his other films have
>tended to make?

It could do, yes, because the concept is so strong. Indiana Jones had a strong concept: hero archeologist. Star Wars had a strong conept: space opera. Zak has a strong concept: new age comedy. It could be bigger than the X-Files, because the audience can relate to Zak and Annie more easily than they can relate to two FBI agents. But I doubt that Lucas would do it - if it isn't Star Wars or Indiana Jones they aren't interested.

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