Seth MacFarlane Talks Future Movie Parodies

Jay Cochran - December 17, 2009
The LATimes caught up with "Family Guy" creator Seth MacFarlane during a promotional event for the new Family Guy "Something, Something, Something, Dark Side" DVD which is a spoof off the Star Wars "The Empire Strikes Back" movie.

When asked what is next with in line for MacFarlane?

A third based on "Return of the Jedi" will be out next year, MacFarlane said. So, we finally get to see the buxom cartoon Lois in a gold bikini? "That's in the next one; that's in Jedi," MacFarlane said.

Future spoofs may venture into the other sci-fi and adventures franchises that themed MacFarlane's childhood.

"Indiana Jones, Back to the Future, Star Trek," he riffed, citing potential spoofs. "The difference is that Lucas gave us the rights. Lucas agreed to let us do this, and that's a rare thing. Most legal departments are much more overprotective."

And for those who don't know, Lucas also made "Indiana Jones." Don't be surprised to see an overweight Peter Griffin sporting a whip and iconic green hat some time soon.


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