Discussion in 'Star Wars: Episode VII and Beyond (Archive)' started by Rancorrr, May 27, 2013.
Ha! That's hilarious. Summer...in Ireland...as if there is such a thing.
If that turns out to be true, it means a return to Kamino.
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Who is your source?
I think its probably a new planet. Yes I know its fun to find ways to connect everything to past films*hey it might be naboo, or this random EU planet, or what not* but Its probably some new planet........or something that wont matter *like a quick pan over for the trailers. IDK*
Exactly... come on, KED12345.
This is exciting news and harkens back to the rumor that SW7 would be filmed (at least as one location) in an Irish quarry.
Whether filming actually starts in November, and I believe it could, is really irrelevent. Soon we should be getting some announcements and casting leaks though.
I was told from an obscure twitter user who called himself the "super shadow."
Oh, you can definitely believe anything he says.
Wait - when did Kent, England get moved across the Irish Sea?
There was a Teutonic shift a few days ago.
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Has the great SS ever been unmasked, had his real identity revealed?
I think his name was Mickey Suttle. But that could have been wrong, I'm not sure.
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You're right. This excerpt from an article on wookiepedia, assuming it's reliable and accurate, confirms it:
"The Whois service reveals that supershadow.com is owned by Mickey Suttle, of Hickory, North Carolina, who also appears to own a law firm. His location is also stated on FindLaw. The owner of the SuperShadow.com domain also owns MickeySuttle.com."
Well...he was the first to claim we'll get episode 7, 8 and 9...
What Super Shadow told you was true...from a certain point of view.
No. Nothing he says is true. Ever.
His single and only correct statement he's ever made in his life -- unfortunately it was also his biggest and consistent claim.
However, imo, you didn't need special insight to know the ST was going to come eventually.
I don't know. For awhile there I thought Star Wars would just fade away after the adventures of Ahsoka.
I saw it coming a mile away. First when they announced the 3D/Blu-Ray releases of Star Wars.. then when they announced that Darth Maul was coming back. The former proved that they were out for money, the latter proved that whatever George Lucas has said in the past regarding a certainty he can change his mind as he pleases, because ever since 1999 GL had said that there would never be a ST and that Darth Maul would never come back. I even stated in LACWAC a few weeks before hand in a discussion about "the future after TCW" that I believed that a ST would be announced soon, granted not three weeks later, but soon.