the crators also said this in a interview yup i just burst you bubble
GENNDY: They just couldn't get the script right. I wasn't writing it. The people who were writing the script and the studios just couldn't come up with something they liked.
UGO: Any chance of a live-action Samurai Jack movie?
GENNDY: For right now, no.
UGO: Have you ever done anything live-action?
GENNDY: I messed around with it in college a little bit, but nothing official.
UGO: Are you interested in it?
GENNDY: Yeah, but for me I think it's more important to do an animated feature. To really bring our sensibility to the big screen. If you saw a Jack episode on the big-screen, it would be so much more powerful because the images are huge, but also the sound is so much more compelling and interesting.
UGO: Do you direct the show as if it's really people?
GENNDY: I direct the shows the same way we did Dexter's Laboratory. We do an outline, I supervise and sometimes draw the storyboards, I'll do most of the timing and the postproduction.
UGO: What is the most difficult?
GENNDY: The animation and storyboarding are the most difficult parts. To convey a lot of emotion and character without dialogue is very difficult.
UGO: What is your favorite episode from the first season?
GENNDY: Definitely Chapter Seven [with the three blind archers]. The animation was really strong and it was one of the ideas I had as soon as I came up with the concept.
UGO: Are they planning to collect the Star Wars shorts on DVD?
GENNDY: I'm sure they will.
UGO: How different is doing Samurai Jack from the Star Wars shorts?
GENNDY: It's very different because obviously Star Wars isn't my idea, so I don't have as much freedom with the characters. With Jack, if we want a different take to experiment we just do it, but on Star Wars, Anakin is who he is and you can't change him. We have to keep true to the personality of who he is.
UGO: If you could change Anakin, what would you do?
GENNDY: Probably make him darker, quieter and more demented.