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03.13.2017
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During an interview at SXSW, Frank Oz was asked about Yoda's involvement in future STAR WARS films. As the voice of Yoda, it seems he would be privy to that type of information should it be true. Here's what he had to say:

I feel like I’m a prisoner at war here, and I can only give you my name, rank and serial number. To be true to the people who asked me, and they are kind of my family, I have to say I’ve been asked not to talk about it. I love Yoda. I would be happy to talk to you about it at the time they let me.

While that's admittedly not much to go on, I feel it's enough to feel fairly certain that there's some project Yoda might be involved in, especially with the phrase "I would be happy to talk to you about it at the time they let me". Remember, Disney is making a STAR WARS movie every year from here 'til eternity. And believe me, if Disney wanted a man dead, they can do it. Oz knows that as well...

But where would Yoda be? He could conceivably be in one of the main "Skywalker saga" films as a Force ghost to guide Rey or some shit, but it seems much more likely that he might feature in a prequel story or maybe even his own origin movie. Maybe a CAST AWAY type film where he slowly goes insane on Dagobah?

But what do you Schmoes think? Would you like to see Yoda in a future STAR WARS installment? Or do you think he should stay forever sleeping? Sound off below!

Extra Tidbit: ...I still kind of like Yoda's goofy lightsaber fight in EPISODE II...*dodges tomatoes*.
Source: SXSW

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4:10PM on 03/14/2017
No homo, but this guy is one of the best writers JoBlo has hired in a while. Don't screw it up.
No homo, but this guy is one of the best writers JoBlo has hired in a while. Don't screw it up.
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9:26AM on 03/14/2017
If they're making a prequel would that mean he'd have to be a puppet again for continuity's sake?
If they're making a prequel would that mean he'd have to be a puppet again for continuity's sake?
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9:24AM on 03/14/2017
Well, he was alive during the Han Solo prequel.
Well, he was alive during the Han Solo prequel.
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7:32PM on 03/13/2017
It makes sense for him to show up as a force ghost in 8 and 9. I would also welcome a movie featuring him that takes place hundreds of years before the Skywalker saga, during a great war between the Jedi and Sith. Basically, I want a movie with hundreds of people with lightsabers charging at each other, Braveheart-style. He should be in that. Also, I loved Yoda's lightsaber fight in Episode II. That had me cheering in the theater, and almost made up for the lackluster first half of the
It makes sense for him to show up as a force ghost in 8 and 9. I would also welcome a movie featuring him that takes place hundreds of years before the Skywalker saga, during a great war between the Jedi and Sith. Basically, I want a movie with hundreds of people with lightsabers charging at each other, Braveheart-style. He should be in that. Also, I loved Yoda's lightsaber fight in Episode II. That had me cheering in the theater, and almost made up for the lackluster first half of the movie.
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7:14PM on 03/13/2017
Star Wars fandom is full of these "He didn't say anything, so that must mean something" stories at the moment. We need a Teaser or Trailer so folks have something meatier to speculate about.
Star Wars fandom is full of these "He didn't say anything, so that must mean something" stories at the moment. We need a Teaser or Trailer so folks have something meatier to speculate about.
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