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It would have to be Revan. Especially with the twist.
Zach Snyder denied that rumor.
The Old Republic would be the best IMO. BUT I am excited about any of them!
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I'd be fine with that. Didn't mean to downvote you sorry. I'll get ya somewhere else.
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Abrams also denied involvement. Disney will absolutely be making stand alone films. Would be foolish not to.
Don't worry about it. I don't care about downvotes.
This is true. I hope they make the film that was rumored. Could be amazing.
Was this quote ever definitely confirmed?
"This week the upcoming president of Lucasfilm, Kathleen Kennedy, has made it clear to employess that she intended them to release 2-3 Star Wars films a year starting in 2015 with Episode VII"
Or does that go along with what Synder declined?
There is no way they release 2-3 films a year. That would lead to over saturation in a hurry.
they don't hurt your feelings even just a little? you obviously don't take the interwebz serious enough.
That's what I thought but then on an article about it they were stating Disney wanted to do it like they have done the Marvel films which release 2-3 a year.
I actually care a lot but I figure if I tell people that I don't care they won't downvote me.
How disappointing were the latest 3?
That could be true but it seems like a lot.
Disney bought the franchise to make money and that is what they are going to do. While to the fans of the series it will seem like too many for us to process if they were to do this they would continue to bring in about 1B every movie they make like Marvel does with it's top tier films. I think it's very possible and could be epic if done right. There will be some bad movies made though if this happens which is sad.
Theres already been a couple bad ones made. The first one (1999) was just God awful. Jar Jar Binks? Really? And then for the second one they hire Hayden Christiansan?? Terrible casting.
if smileys could describe it, then multiply that by infinity, take it to the depths of forever, and you still wouldn't touch how bad it was. (+1 to brad pitt/anthony hopkins in meet joe black)
There were only two things worth watching in all 3 films. Qui Gon Jinn and Obi Wan vs. Darth Maul and Yoda vs. Count Dooku and Palpatine.
I actually wouldn't mind if Disney re-made the latest 3.
If that happens, it won't get cranked up for a while probably. Abrams made it clear that he wasn't holding firm to a 2015 release date. He does not want to rush production, and for that I'm grateful. I think it will be plausible to bring in big time directors for stand alone films once the new trilogy gets cranked up. I could see there being a movie every year, but 2-3 a year is a bit much.
Rumors this morning that Yoda is going to get his own stand alone film.
Definitely looks like they are going to follow the Marvel formula.
Disney could give two s***s about ruining or overdoing something. They are a machine and once started they will not stop. Star Wars will be highest grossing film franchise two films in.
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Would most definitely watch. People don't even know what alien race Yoda is, and there have been few others like him. His origin story is rather bad ass of how he became a jedi, and I would love to see it. Lots of shit went down in Yodas lifetime as he was 900 years old.
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