In the end, Seth Green learned, George Lucas was less of a “force” to be reckoned with than a generous fellow with a great sense of humor.
Interviewed tonight at 8 p.m. ET on Somewhere In Vegas, the actor who played Doctor Evil’s son Scott in the Austin Powers series recounts how he and his Robot Chicken co-creator, Matt Senreich, came to learn of the Star Wars mastermind’s interest in their stop-motion animated TV series.
“We’d done a sketch on the show, called The Emperor’s Phone Call, in which the emperor from Star Wars takes a call from Darth Vader, explaining how the Death Star has been destroyed, and all his plans were for naught,” Seth tells host Marq with a Q.
“Then we got a call – and the caller ID said ‘Lucasfilm.’ Continue reading