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Postby NewDeep » 02 Nov 2012 11:57

star wars episode 7 expected in 2015 with Disney buying the franchise from Lucas!
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Re: star wars episode 7

Postby Samuel_Scott » 02 Nov 2012 12:14

Not a Star Wars fan but I hope they give the fans better movies than episodes 1-3.
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Re: star wars episode 7

Postby Jim_Mcdonaugh » 02 Nov 2012 12:24

Samuel_Scott wrote:Not a Star Wars fan but I hope they give the fans better movies than episodes 1-3.


Yap, and some blood and guts too! :lol:
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Re: star wars episode 7

Postby NewDeep » 03 Nov 2012 17:32

episodes 1 - 3 totally killed the Darth Vader character IMO.
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Postby Jim_Mcdonaugh » 03 Nov 2012 18:08

NewDeep wrote:episodes 1 - 3 totally killed the Darth Vader character IMO.


Yap, they guy who played Vader wasn't cool at all. A psycho without control of his emotions, who has no clue what he really wants. A pathetic looser at best. :lol:
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Re: star wars episode 7

Postby Tim_Rogerson » 06 Nov 2012 16:40

Assuming no script has been written as of yet (although Lucas originally announced 9 or 12 episodes back in the 1980s so he might have a 2-3 page outline somewhere) I reckon 2015 is a bit of a push to get something coherent and decent done that can be run for 6 movies..

they guy who played Vader wasn't cool at all.


Hayden Christiansen (not to mention Ewan McGregor) has done much better stuff in other films and one can only assume he was giving the performance George Lucas had asked for in episodes 2-3.
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Re: star wars episode 7

Postby Jim_Mcdonaugh » 06 Nov 2012 19:49

not to mention Ewan McGregor


If it wasn't for him, I'd never watched those episodes at all.
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Re: star wars episode 7

Postby Tim_Rogerson » 07 Nov 2012 17:09

if it wasn't for him, I'd never watched those episodes at all.


So, not because of Jar Jar Binks then?
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Re: star wars episode 7

Postby Tim_Rogerson » 09 Nov 2012 12:10

Harrison Ford is being quoted as saying he would be interested in a Solo reprise but any further actiosn dependent on director and script (so script yet as we surmised). He also says that it was originally intended to kill of Solo in Jedi but that Lucas decided that a dead Solo wouldn't sell many toys.
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Re: star wars episode 7

Postby Jim_Mcdonaugh » 09 Nov 2012 13:41

Lucas decided that a dead Solo wouldn't sell many toys.


Besides real heroes never die. :lol:
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Re: star wars episode 7

Postby NewDeep » 06 Nov 2014 17:29

"The Force Awakens" is what it will be called...
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