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#271 - berdieness
Reply +5
(02/04/2013) [-]
Let that guy write the story for the new Star Wars, NOT Disney!
#293 to #271 - oscarwashere
Reply +6
(02/04/2013) [-]
THey are already written. George Lucas did it, but decided not to publish them. 7th 8th and 9th movie is already written.
#343 to #293 - anon
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(02/04/2013) [-]
Lucas trashed the ones we wrote a long time ago because he was having trouble translating it to a script. Someone is already working on the rewrites, but not Lucas.
#351 to #343 - eight
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(02/04/2013) [-]
Lucas didn't trash them...But they also won't be the final scripts. It will be used as source material.
#281 to #271 - anon
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(02/04/2013) [-]
What is so bad with Disney anyway? Disney made Pirates of the Caribbean and they own the rights to marvel too and everyone seems to like iron man and the avengers. The only thing that came of Disney owning Star Wars is that there is sure to be some good story writing. Disney are good at keeping the story where it should be and not the awful mess that star wars episode 1 2 and 3 turned out to be. Especially clone wars.. I am a huge star wars fan and everything but clone wars was just awful.
#352 to #281 - eight
Reply 0
(02/04/2013) [-]
The prequels were not an awful mess. They were plagued with a few awful characters and creatures. Jar jar, the droids and the trade federation. Everything else about them is great.
#320 to #281 - bigappa
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(02/04/2013) [-]
The Avengers wasn't in the hands of Disney.

Sure they were bought by them already but they didn't let them touch the movie.


Well, that's what I read when it was coming out. Not sure if it's right.
#296 to #281 - anon
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(02/04/2013) [-]
i liked episode 3 though... it's my favorite by far.... but yes, episode 1 and 2 were complete ****
#295 to #281 - anon
Reply 0
(02/04/2013) [-]
This is not about the compagny. This is about patiossate people working on a project and trying to live up to viewers expectation built over the years. For many, the first Star Wars movies are classic that cannot compete with what have been done more recently. Sure, your fans will go see your movie. But, I think it will be very hard to live to whatever expectations they will have. Maketing is key factor here.
#285 to #281 - Mecryte
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(02/04/2013) [-]
I think it has to do with the principal of Disney owning another major industry.
#276 to #271 - vigilum ONLINE
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(02/04/2013) [-]
Pretty sure that guy based the poster on the books.