Discussion in 'Star Wars: Episode VII and Beyond (Archive)' started by DarthMateous, Nov 14, 2012.
Nice reference! I love that movie! One of the smartest movies ever written imo.
The moment the words 'STAR WARS' blast onto the screen with the fanfare, followed by the opening crawl.
That's when the magic begins.
I'll probably end for me right after I see the Magic Kingdom logo.
Just seeing Luke Skywalker on screen again.
Hopefully they do something interesting with the Disney logo. Have the castle on Coruscant or something.
Luke on screen...can't wait!
Something like that. As long as there's no pixie dust flying over the top.
You know that moment in every film when the camera just starts to pan down after the opening credits? Yeah... that's the moment I'm waiting for. XP
Sadly, it's missing the Fox fanfare.
A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away....
Also, Luke's death. It may seem like a strange one but I kind of feel like they need to kill Luke but in the most epically heroic way possible.
If were the writer, I would leave the big 3 fates alone. I know their deaths would piss someone off, even if they're done right.
Yeah....that will be weird not having the 20 Centery Fox logo accompanied by the Fox Fanfare! That was always the appetizer for the main course!
I agree man. I still see 20th Century Fox being apart of the SW experience, but that's just me.
When I was a kid (I saw it when I was 4), I actually thought that was a part of John Williams opening score.
When I was a kid, and I saw the Fox fanfare at the beginning of anything, I swore Star Wars was coming on.
It belonged only to Star Wars in my mind as a child.
I heard that the fanfare appears in a soundtrack. I wonder if that's true.
EviL_eLF Also when I was a kid, I always associated Disney with cartoons and I still do to an extent.
It is on the soundtrack.
http://www.amazon.com/Star-Wars-Episode-IV-Soundtrack/dp/B0002YCVIS/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1352963463&sr=8-3&keywords=star wars cd
That's something that I need to buy then. I'm actually shocked that I don't own it.
For me...it's the silence between the 20 Century Fox Fanfare and Williams score that really brings my anticipation to a frenzied peak!
Hearings Vader's breathing on the big screen again. hahaha nah just kidding!!
Well there will be so many things to anticipate from seeing the first teaser trailer to the opening crawl to seeing yoda appear as force or seeing the new villain on screen for the first time. Good SW times ahead!!
That moment when I sit down in that movie theatre 2 years from now.