Discussion in 'Community' started by -polymath-, Oct 30, 2012.
You should probably expect a relatively unknown director. Someone kneadable.
I'm interested to see what Nicolas Winding Refn will do with the Logan's Run remake, if that actually happens. Logan's Run was one of the last great pre-1977 sci fi movies, right before Star Wars came along and changed everything. I'd potentially put him in charge of a Star Wars movie, as long as Ryan Gosling isn't in it.
soooo... this thread is getting put into the defunct pile now?
Oh god, I really can't say I'm looking forward to a sequel trilogy. There's just been no suitable villains after Palpatine, Vader and the Empire that would justify making more films. The Yuuzhan Vong might qualify...but the NJO really cannot be crammed into a trilogy.
They'll go The Hobbit route and make three movies per book. They're good for Episodes VII - LXIII this way.
They could pull an EU and bring back the Emperor.
I don't think it would work so well, but it could be done
I'm closing this thread now.
We have a new Episode VII forum here. Enjoy!
And I'm opening this thread now.
You are psychic... I was going to ask for this to be reopened. Nice to have a thread to discuss stuff without fear of being banned for offending overly sensitive people.
I bet Disney think that Lucas is a jerk.
He is a jerk.
I finally have a safe place to speculate which Crystal Star characters will appear.
chewbacca gets killed by a moon guys, deal with it.
Everyone dies at the end.
BusinessWeek had a pretty good in-depth article about the acquisition, coincidentally published today.
This is correct. Carrie Fisher moons him.
I don't know about you guys, but Sean O'Neal at the AV Club's Newswire is my go-to source for all Star Wars news.
A great article
Important in hinting that Ford Fisher & Hamill have been asked about coming back for ages and that discussions were positive. Lucas seemed to backtrack on confirming whether or not any OT actors would appear which suggests they probably are and Disney & Lucasfilm are waiting to announce it.
The other interesting part was - “We needed to have an understanding that if we acquire the company, despite tons of collegial conversations and collaboration, at the end of the day, we have to be the ones who sign off on whatever the plans are,” says Alan Horn, chairman of Walt Disney Studios
stop killing our antitheist discussion board with your enthusiasm. thx
he's so hot
Don't disrespect your elders, Rogue.
This was a Star Wars thread and not some ADHD spaz, right? Merged it for you.