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Disney confirms Summer 2015 release for Episode VII, plus a new Star Wars movie every year thereafter!

Apr. 17, 2013by: Alex Maidy

Disney took to CinemaCon today to formally confirm that STAR WARS: EPISODE VII is on track for a Summer 2015 release as they originally announced last year. But, that is not all the news. On top of getting a new trilogy of films, Disney and Lucasfilm are planning to release a brand new STAR WARS movie every summer for the foreseeable future. Holy sh*t!

According to Coming Soon, the plan is for STAR WARS: EPISODE VII to kick things off in 2015 followed by a standalone film in 2016. From there, the films will alternate between numbered episode films and standalone movies. This will mean that Disney will be focusing almost entirely on Marvel and STAR WARS from here on out.

I can already sense both factions of fans out there reacting to this news. Some of you are thinking the more STAR WARS the better while the other half of you are cursing Disney for running the franchise into the ground. I am focusing on the positive here. This means that all of the debate over whether or not one director or writer will handle a film is moot. Now, everyone from Zack Snyder to Ben Affleck to David Fincher and beyond can direct a STAR WARS movie.

But, to be fair, expecting a new STAR WARS every year may not be entirely good planning. Disney just recently closed down LucasArts and layed off a large number of employees. Are they in a financial place to take on something this elaborate? My senses tell me that after paying $4 billion for the rights to George Lucas' universe, they need to be this ambitious to guarantee a return on their investment. I just hope they go forward with quality in mind, not just quantity.

Anyone else excited to be getting ten new STAR WARS movies over the next ten years?

Source: Coming Soon

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5:41AM on 04/19/2013

TOO MUCH?

Everyone is saying that one THREE hour movie a year is too much, yet people watch hours of television series and "can't wait for the next season" all the time. Like The Walking Dead. Huge fan base. That's about 15 - 16 hours in one year. Break that down to about 5 movies if they were movies, and that's just in one year. But everyone STILL wants more. I think Disney knows what they are doing.
Everyone is saying that one THREE hour movie a year is too much, yet people watch hours of television series and "can't wait for the next season" all the time. Like The Walking Dead. Huge fan base. That's about 15 - 16 hours in one year. Break that down to about 5 movies if they were movies, and that's just in one year. But everyone STILL wants more. I think Disney knows what they are doing.
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3:02PM on 04/18/2013

Disney is making up for lost time...

The length of time between installments of a franchise has nothing to do with the quality of said installments as evidenced by the clunky, boring, uninspired mess that was Episode 1. A 16-year hiatus between Star Wars films did nothing to improve the amazing legacy of the first trilogy or even live up to its greatness. The three years that followed between episodes 1&2 did not improve the situation.
The fact remains that the Star Wars cinematic universe has been grossly under utilized
The length of time between installments of a franchise has nothing to do with the quality of said installments as evidenced by the clunky, boring, uninspired mess that was Episode 1. A 16-year hiatus between Star Wars films did nothing to improve the amazing legacy of the first trilogy or even live up to its greatness. The three years that followed between episodes 1&2 did not improve the situation.
The fact remains that the Star Wars cinematic universe has been grossly under utilized since 1984. However, now that George Lucas has wisely allowed other creative talents to play in his Star Wars sandbox, there exists the possibility for Star Wars to finally reach its full potential as glimpsed in the original trilogy. The law of diminishing returns and over-saturation will have no impact on Disney's plans for one Star Wars film per year so long as Disney, Kathleen Kennedy, and the rest of the Star Wars brain trust remembers one crucial fact: Quality storytelling is evergreen and will always have an audience.
There are a vast number of smart, talented artists in Hollywood who, given the chance, can give voice to any number of Star Wars films that will thrill fans the Galaxy over.
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8:45AM on 04/18/2013
I'll have more confidence once they've managed one excellent Star Wars film under the Disney banner.
There's clearly a ton of stories you can tell with the Star Wars franchise, different genres within a single sci-fi universe, different directors' takes on the theme. So much potential, but it's only going to be potential unless Disney maintain quality, and hire writers and directors who actually give a shit about the source material. It's fun to speculate but as we've seen nothing concrete on
I'll have more confidence once they've managed one excellent Star Wars film under the Disney banner.
There's clearly a ton of stories you can tell with the Star Wars franchise, different genres within a single sci-fi universe, different directors' takes on the theme. So much potential, but it's only going to be potential unless Disney maintain quality, and hire writers and directors who actually give a shit about the source material. It's fun to speculate but as we've seen nothing concrete on Episode VII, you just have to hope that someone at Disney knows what they're doing with their purchase.
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8:15AM on 04/18/2013
So this means "Star Trek" can go back being "Star Trek", because we don't need a Star Wars stand-in movie anymore...
Everybody wins...(fingers crossed)...
So this means "Star Trek" can go back being "Star Trek", because we don't need a Star Wars stand-in movie anymore...
Everybody wins...(fingers crossed)...
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3:16AM on 04/18/2013

Makes sense

They did this 3 times over with Marvel, and it's what they did with Pixar as well - movie every year. Hell, it's what they used to do THEMSELVES when Disney's 2D animation was still a thing. The only difference here is that this is all explicitly taking place in the same universe, so there's a danger of fatigue that isn't necessarily present with their other assets.
What worries me is...is there even time to execute this schedule? Two years to make ep 7, four years to get out 8, six to
They did this 3 times over with Marvel, and it's what they did with Pixar as well - movie every year. Hell, it's what they used to do THEMSELVES when Disney's 2D animation was still a thing. The only difference here is that this is all explicitly taking place in the same universe, so there's a danger of fatigue that isn't necessarily present with their other assets.
What worries me is...is there even time to execute this schedule? Two years to make ep 7, four years to get out 8, six to release 9, and in between each year you have even MORE movies? And you haven't even picked a director for the first one yet? Kind of crazy. If I was a big-time director, I don't care how much I love Star Wars, I'd run the hell away from this
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3:13AM on 04/18/2013

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3:05AM on 04/18/2013

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11:57PM on 04/17/2013

WOW

Please god let this be true, and I hope that they are going to be amazing. Star wars every year will be something I would love :)
Please god let this be true, and I hope that they are going to be amazing. Star wars every year will be something I would love :)
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8:48PM on 04/17/2013
So disney is creating their strategy for Star Wars films after the Saw franchise?
So disney is creating their strategy for Star Wars films after the Saw franchise?
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6:59PM on 04/17/2013
Correct me if I'm wrong but didn't we already know all of this? I seem to remember Kathleen Kennedy talking about the extra Star Wars movies and then there was that Zack Snyder seven (samurai) Jedi rumor. Whatever more Star Wars means that every year I have at least one movie to look forward to. Besides we need to get our greatness to lame ratio up. Star Trek is kicking our asses.
Correct me if I'm wrong but didn't we already know all of this? I seem to remember Kathleen Kennedy talking about the extra Star Wars movies and then there was that Zack Snyder seven (samurai) Jedi rumor. Whatever more Star Wars means that every year I have at least one movie to look forward to. Besides we need to get our greatness to lame ratio up. Star Trek is kicking our asses.
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6:11PM on 04/17/2013
Anyway,no matter how much we whine about this,we eventually watch all those movies . Jedis/characters in starwars VII will be like Superheroes in Avengers.every year we get spin-off movies and for every 3-4 years we get ensemble Starwars movie like Avengers
Anyway,no matter how much we whine about this,we eventually watch all those movies . Jedis/characters in starwars VII will be like Superheroes in Avengers.every year we get spin-off movies and for every 3-4 years we get ensemble Starwars movie like Avengers
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5:21PM on 04/17/2013
Hey, they can't be as bad as the last three, eh? Then again...you could say the last three weren't that bad...just far from great. I'm okay with this...as anyone whose a gamer will tell you that all the big titles have sequels coming out year after year...sometimes more frequent if you include the spin offs...and that never seems to harm sales and/or the brand.
Hey, they can't be as bad as the last three, eh? Then again...you could say the last three weren't that bad...just far from great. I'm okay with this...as anyone whose a gamer will tell you that all the big titles have sequels coming out year after year...sometimes more frequent if you include the spin offs...and that never seems to harm sales and/or the brand.
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4:41PM on 04/17/2013
I have a bad feeling about this...
I have a bad feeling about this...
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4:32PM on 04/17/2013

Star Wars = New Marvel

This could easily work. Each year, there are at least two Marvel Studios' films released that have, thus far, been average or great. I think when applying this forumla to Star Wars, you have the potential to do more good than bad because you're exposing characters that may seem unfamiliar to some, while also getting different themes and demographics for each one. Imagine the possibilities of who one day could direct a Star Wars film: Spielberg, Del Toro, Nolan, Mendes, just to name a few.
This could easily work. Each year, there are at least two Marvel Studios' films released that have, thus far, been average or great. I think when applying this forumla to Star Wars, you have the potential to do more good than bad because you're exposing characters that may seem unfamiliar to some, while also getting different themes and demographics for each one. Imagine the possibilities of who one day could direct a Star Wars film: Spielberg, Del Toro, Nolan, Mendes, just to name a few.
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4:27PM on 04/17/2013

It could work....

only if the scripts are good, the director and producers agree, they listen to the fans, and they don't pander.
only if the scripts are good, the director and producers agree, they listen to the fans, and they don't pander.
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3:50PM on 04/17/2013
So expect diminishing returns
So expect diminishing returns
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3:49PM on 04/17/2013

Marvel and Star Wars Comparisons....

Are NOT the same. With Marvel its different. While its still in the same universe, there are dozens and dozens of different franchises and they are just being linked we've gotten an iron man movie ever 2 or 3 years. One thor movie. One cap movie etc. so it looks diverse etc. While Star Wars will be having standalone character movies. People will only see the brand.

Iron man
Hulk
Iron man 2
Thor
Captain America
Avengers
Iron man 3
Thor 2
Cap 2
Guardians
Avengers 2

Vs

Star
Are NOT the same. With Marvel its different. While its still in the same universe, there are dozens and dozens of different franchises and they are just being linked we've gotten an iron man movie ever 2 or 3 years. One thor movie. One cap movie etc. so it looks diverse etc. While Star Wars will be having standalone character movies. People will only see the brand.

Iron man
Hulk
Iron man 2
Thor
Captain America
Avengers
Iron man 3
Thor 2
Cap 2
Guardians
Avengers 2

Vs

Star Wars
Star Wars
Star Wars
Star Wars
Star Wars
Star Wars
Star Wars
Star Wars
Star Wars
Star Wars

See the difference?
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4:06PM on 04/17/2013
double post..
double post..
4:06PM on 04/17/2013
I can't see how that's true. With the diverse characters you can change up the genre completely, and then make separate character brands such as..

Episode VII
Boba Fett movie
Yoda prequel
Episode VIII
Boba Fett sequel
Grand Moff Tarking prequel
C-3PO/R2-D2 CG animated dreamworks like movie
Episode IX

I can't see how that's true. With the diverse characters you can change up the genre completely, and then make separate character brands such as..

Episode VII
Boba Fett movie
Yoda prequel
Episode VIII
Boba Fett sequel
Grand Moff Tarking prequel
C-3PO/R2-D2 CG animated dreamworks like movie
Episode IX

5:30PM on 04/17/2013
That comparison literally couldn't make less sense. (Please don't post it a 3rd time either)

If each character gets their own contained story in their own limited universe, which is a part of the larger Star Wars universe, then it's the exact same format as the Marvel movies.

Han Solo
Yoda
Han Solo 2
Boba Fett
Skywalker
Star Wars (aka the Avengers of the series)
Han Solo 3
Yoda 2
Skywalker 2

And so on.
See the similarities?
That comparison literally couldn't make less sense. (Please don't post it a 3rd time either)

If each character gets their own contained story in their own limited universe, which is a part of the larger Star Wars universe, then it's the exact same format as the Marvel movies.

Han Solo
Yoda
Han Solo 2
Boba Fett
Skywalker
Star Wars (aka the Avengers of the series)
Han Solo 3
Yoda 2
Skywalker 2

And so on.
See the similarities?
5:58PM on 04/17/2013
Im sorry. Star wars is a franchise. Marvel is not. Marvel is a company. Iron man is a franchise. Thor is a separate franchise. So is Cap. Yoda is not a franchise. Han solo is not a franchise. Please understand business before your nerd boner gets in the way.
Im sorry. Star wars is a franchise. Marvel is not. Marvel is a company. Iron man is a franchise. Thor is a separate franchise. So is Cap. Yoda is not a franchise. Han solo is not a franchise. Please understand business before your nerd boner gets in the way.
2:28AM on 04/18/2013
They're not a seperate franchise....yet.
They're not a seperate franchise....yet.
3:13AM on 04/18/2013
izzy, Guy your examples wouldn't work (though Guy is closer). The quote that's literally IN the article(!) says that the full-title Star Wars movies will ALTERNATE. That means:

Ep. 7
Standalone 1
Ep. 8
Standalone 2
Ep. 9
Standalone 3
Etc?

And even then, Hudson's point still stands, because you simply can't divest the "star wars"ness of a star wars movie the way you can with a Marvel movie. There's a serious danger of fatigue here, and it should be worrying.
izzy, Guy your examples wouldn't work (though Guy is closer). The quote that's literally IN the article(!) says that the full-title Star Wars movies will ALTERNATE. That means:

Ep. 7
Standalone 1
Ep. 8
Standalone 2
Ep. 9
Standalone 3
Etc?

And even then, Hudson's point still stands, because you simply can't divest the "star wars"ness of a star wars movie the way you can with a Marvel movie. There's a serious danger of fatigue here, and it should be worrying.
11:41AM on 04/18/2013
Agreed that marvels characters are often separate franchises. But there is a lot of potential in the standalone films idea, and it need not fatigue anyone as long as it is handled appropriately. Boba Fett's Mandalorian storyline deserves its own screen time, and the Mandalorians, in the books anyway, have a major role to play in the galaxy. The only way it could get fatigued is if they beat us over the head with characters who have ALREADY seen too much screen time, I.e. Yoda. He's dead. Time
Agreed that marvels characters are often separate franchises. But there is a lot of potential in the standalone films idea, and it need not fatigue anyone as long as it is handled appropriately. Boba Fett's Mandalorian storyline deserves its own screen time, and the Mandalorians, in the books anyway, have a major role to play in the galaxy. The only way it could get fatigued is if they beat us over the head with characters who have ALREADY seen too much screen time, I.e. Yoda. He's dead. Time to move on. And if every movie features a Jedi it will get fatiguing. The books, games, and comics have given these guys a wealth of characters to work with, or here's a fresh idea, create some new ones. The galaxy is vast and the new Republic has much to do to hold back the imperial remnant.
3:34PM on 04/17/2013

I may need to change my name and avatar after this comment but

Think of this from a different perspective. Star Wars has a vast universe to pull from so the stand alone films can have a variety of themes, locations, characters and plots. I understand the apprehension of too many movies too quickly but are we tired of Marvel movies yet? Phase One gave us one per year for five years and now they are upping the ante with two per year and most of us are excited for that. If every movie has a Skywalker in it then yes it will get old but if each movie focuses on
Think of this from a different perspective. Star Wars has a vast universe to pull from so the stand alone films can have a variety of themes, locations, characters and plots. I understand the apprehension of too many movies too quickly but are we tired of Marvel movies yet? Phase One gave us one per year for five years and now they are upping the ante with two per year and most of us are excited for that. If every movie has a Skywalker in it then yes it will get old but if each movie focuses on different characters (other than the numbered series) then, like Marvel, we will be getting individual stories from a seemingly unending universe that can still in some way relate back to the whole. Don't fear this news because fear leads to anger, anger leads to hate and hate to ... well you know.
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3:45PM on 04/17/2013
Hahaha nice ending to your comment.

But I agree with you, they can take the idea of a movie a year in a number of different directions. They can have stand alone films focus on main characters and help build to each chapter instalment (a la Marvel Phase 1/2/3). Or they can do one off character films, the plot of which may somehow give some background plot info each chapter instalment (a la the Extended Universe). Or simply do one-off character films that do nothing more than help enrich
Hahaha nice ending to your comment.

But I agree with you, they can take the idea of a movie a year in a number of different directions. They can have stand alone films focus on main characters and help build to each chapter instalment (a la Marvel Phase 1/2/3). Or they can do one off character films, the plot of which may somehow give some background plot info each chapter instalment (a la the Extended Universe). Or simply do one-off character films that do nothing more than help enrich the mythology of Star Wars.
10:47AM on 04/18/2013
Thank you, MickLoud for the compliment and enhancing my point. This is a touchy subject for a lot of people and fear is running rampant.
Thank you, MickLoud for the compliment and enhancing my point. This is a touchy subject for a lot of people and fear is running rampant.
3:34PM on 04/17/2013
1 movie a year? Law of diminishing returns, my friends.
1 movie a year? Law of diminishing returns, my friends.
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8:12PM on 04/17/2013
Yeah, Disney must hate how much the avengers tanked???
Yeah, Disney must hate how much the avengers tanked???
3:32PM on 04/17/2013
i think most people are jumping the gun.. is Disney not doing thesame thing with another franchise? and people are begging for more.. nobody is crying about too many Marvel movies or over saturation and there is about two every year..leading up to the avengers movies.. and with the vast Star Wars universe could you imagine the possibilitiesof stories and characters they can dive into... each movie can be vastly different without shoving the same stuff down peoples throats... be optimistic
i think most people are jumping the gun.. is Disney not doing thesame thing with another franchise? and people are begging for more.. nobody is crying about too many Marvel movies or over saturation and there is about two every year..leading up to the avengers movies.. and with the vast Star Wars universe could you imagine the possibilitiesof stories and characters they can dive into... each movie can be vastly different without shoving the same stuff down peoples throats... be optimistic people i believe Disney has a well thought out plan and will execute it amazingly
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3:35PM on 04/17/2013
You beat me to my point. Good show.
You beat me to my point. Good show.
3:45PM on 04/17/2013
No. Not good show. With Marvel its different. While its still in the same universe, weve gotten an iron man movie ever 2 or 3 years. One thor movie. One cap movie etc. so it looks diverse etc. while there will be standalone character movies. People will only see the brand.

Iron man
Hulk
Iron man 2
Thor
Captain America
Avengers
Iron man 3
Thor 2
Cap 2
Guardians
Avengers 2

Vs

Star Wars
Star Wars
Star Wars
Star Wars
Star Wars
Star Wars
Star Wars
Star Wars
Star Wars
Star Wars

See the
No. Not good show. With Marvel its different. While its still in the same universe, weve gotten an iron man movie ever 2 or 3 years. One thor movie. One cap movie etc. so it looks diverse etc. while there will be standalone character movies. People will only see the brand.

Iron man
Hulk
Iron man 2
Thor
Captain America
Avengers
Iron man 3
Thor 2
Cap 2
Guardians
Avengers 2

Vs

Star Wars
Star Wars
Star Wars
Star Wars
Star Wars
Star Wars
Star Wars
Star Wars
Star Wars
Star Wars

See the difference. Franchise exhaustion
10:42AM on 04/18/2013
Hudson1138,
I see your point, please refer to my extended post a few lines up. People could just see Star Wars over and over but that all depends on marketing. If you look back at the Marvel films you will see that they branded them with "Marvel" in smaller size than the name of the film so that viewers would know it was made by Marvel but not focus on that solely i.e: the Posters read Marvel's Avengers yet you asked you friends "Did you see Avengers?" Hopefully this can happen the same
Hudson1138,
I see your point, please refer to my extended post a few lines up. People could just see Star Wars over and over but that all depends on marketing. If you look back at the Marvel films you will see that they branded them with "Marvel" in smaller size than the name of the film so that viewers would know it was made by Marvel but not focus on that solely i.e: the Posters read Marvel's Avengers yet you asked you friends "Did you see Avengers?" Hopefully this can happen the same way with the Star Wars property. It will be "Hey, did you see The Lone Jedi?" and not "Did you see !!!STAR WARS!!! the lone jedi?" Obviously I'm making up titles here and I could be wrong about Disney's move but a lot of the arguments in this thread were the same ones when Disney took over Marvel. I can't believe that the company would spend $4 billion on a property only to ruin it. There is a bad taste in everyone's mouth after the prequels, I get that, but regardless this is happening so all we can do is pray to whatever we believe in that it will be good.
3:22PM on 04/17/2013

Oversaturation, possibly....

But this, hopefully, also means the likelihood of getting Brad Bird to direct either Episodes 8, 9 or one of the stand-alone films (once he's finished w/ "Tomorrowland") is very good.
But this, hopefully, also means the likelihood of getting Brad Bird to direct either Episodes 8, 9 or one of the stand-alone films (once he's finished w/ "Tomorrowland") is very good.
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3:20PM on 04/17/2013
"half of you are cursing Disney for running the franchise into the ground."....Dude, Lucas already did that with the Prequels.
"half of you are cursing Disney for running the franchise into the ground."....Dude, Lucas already did that with the Prequels.
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3:13PM on 04/17/2013

1 movie a year will kill the franchise

Over-saturation spoils the crowd.

They are expecting to make Phantom Menace money and to stay in theaters for 5 months with every movie and you know that will not happen.

1 movie every other year, maybe. But this one a year crap means there will be a star wars movie being filmed 24/7. It just seems greedy and forced down our throats.

James Bond doesn't even do one a year and his movies are all over the place in terms of profit.
Over-saturation spoils the crowd.

They are expecting to make Phantom Menace money and to stay in theaters for 5 months with every movie and you know that will not happen.

1 movie every other year, maybe. But this one a year crap means there will be a star wars movie being filmed 24/7. It just seems greedy and forced down our throats.

James Bond doesn't even do one a year and his movies are all over the place in terms of profit.
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3:16AM on 04/18/2013
It's just what Disney does with all of its big assets. Almost like they think this business model is one-size-fits-all.
It's just what Disney does with all of its big assets. Almost like they think this business model is one-size-fits-all.
3:05PM on 04/17/2013

I'm mostly ok with Episode VII...

...but come on, hasn't Disney ever heard of "over-saturation"? Pretty soon people will start getting sick of Star Wars. So on top of a brand new trilogy, we're supposed to flock to the theaters EVERY YEAR for new Star Wars movies? I'll pass. Settle down and focus on one thing at a time please. It's going to take a minor miracle for the new trilogy to meet our expectations, so why would they work on multiple movies to release year after year after year? This is a bad sign that they're more
...but come on, hasn't Disney ever heard of "over-saturation"? Pretty soon people will start getting sick of Star Wars. So on top of a brand new trilogy, we're supposed to flock to the theaters EVERY YEAR for new Star Wars movies? I'll pass. Settle down and focus on one thing at a time please. It's going to take a minor miracle for the new trilogy to meet our expectations, so why would they work on multiple movies to release year after year after year? This is a bad sign that they're more interested in making gobs of money than actually taking the time to craft well-made movies. Not sure we should've expected any more from them.
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3:03PM on 04/17/2013
Cant really say for sure if this is good or bad, theres a lot of factors that takes place like whos directing, writing and the story. If they can produce quality films I'm all for it. Either way it looks like we're all getting new star wars flicks whether we like it or not. I for one like my scifi as long as its enjoyable.
Cant really say for sure if this is good or bad, theres a lot of factors that takes place like whos directing, writing and the story. If they can produce quality films I'm all for it. Either way it looks like we're all getting new star wars flicks whether we like it or not. I for one like my scifi as long as its enjoyable.
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3:03PM on 04/17/2013
I think the best part is how diverse the directors are going to be and how different each film will look and feel.
I think the best part is how diverse the directors are going to be and how different each film will look and feel.
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3:35PM on 04/17/2013
...guy, that's not good for the Episode series.
...guy, that's not good for the Episode series.
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3:02PM on 04/17/2013
Star Wars is an event movie and having one come out every year from now on will make it a routine and overstay its welcome. I say every 3 years
Star Wars is an event movie and having one come out every year from now on will make it a routine and overstay its welcome. I say every 3 years
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