Lucas was unhappy with how the project turned out under TV director Anthony Hemingway, and is overseeing rewrites to the script that the "Star Wars" creator will himself direct, Firstshowing reported, citing a source it didn't name.
Principal photography wrapped in November last year for the film about the first African-American pilots to fly in a combat squadron during World War II. It's supposed to be in post-production now, but Lucas and producing partner Rick McCallum are poring over dailies to determine what to reshoot, Firstshowing said. Hemingway (right) is a prolific television-drama director, whose credits include several episodes of "CSI: NY," "The Wire" (many as first-assistant director), as well as "True Blood," "Heroes" and "ER," among others.
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