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    'Star Wars 1313' concept art shows the Coruscant that could have been | The Verge

    So pretty.

    O and i have to include this from the comment section

    Maniacal Laugh, Maniacal Laugh, Maniacal Laugh

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    ok...that is just so wonderfully ****ed up...It's like Star Wars by way of HBO's OZ.

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    STAR WARS: EPISODE VII Team Sought Delay to 2016; Disney Adamant about 2015 Release | Collider

    While no official release date for Star Wars: Episode VII has been announced, Disney has reiterated over and over again that 2015 is the target date for the film. Reports have pegged an early 2014 production start-date in London, but with the script apparently going in a different direction and casting yet to be firmed up, that deadline looks to be cutting things very close.

    The folks over at THR are hearing that Kennedy and “most of the film’s creative team” have asked Disney to push the release of Episode VII to 2016 in order to give them ample time to deliver a worthwhile effort, but Disney CEO Bob Iger is unflinching in his desire to get the film out in 2015—likely a result of shareholder pressure to have the revenue from both the film and merchandizing by the end of 2015, the date promised from the very beginning.

    The report notes that Abrams is said to be “more in sync” with Iger’s 2015 target than Kennedy, with some sources saying Abrams has been taking more authoritative control over casting from Kennedy in recent months. Other sources, however, dispute this notion, saying Abrams and Kennedy have been very much working in concert on the casting sessions.

    Another interesting tidbit gleaned from the THR piece is word that screenwriter Michael Arndt apparently penned a 40 to 50-page treatment of Episode VII before Lucasfilm was even sold to Disney, confirming that plans for a new trilogy have very much been in the works for some time. The report doesn’t spend too much time on Arndt’s departure from the project, only saying that the Toy Story 3 scribe was “ready to move on to other projects.”

    All this to say that the pressure is very much on for Episode VII to meet (or exceed) extremely high expectations, and all involved are working around the clock to bring the film to fruition. Whether the tension between Abrams and Kennedy is being exaggerated or is completely unfounded, the producer has plenty of experience working with very high-profile directors on very high-profile projects (Kennedy has been Steven Spielberg’s longtime producer for many years), so I imagine the collaboration between Abrams and Kennedy will be fine. Hopefully the added pressure from Disney to get the film out in 2015 doesn’t result in a rushed or half-baked finished product. Whatever the case, expect to hear official word regarding Star Wars: Episode VII before the holidays or after the New Year, assuming the early 2014 production start-date sticks.
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    found this at the swap meet yesterday


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    STAR WARS EPISODE 7 Rumored Release Date and Cast Descriptions | Collider

    Y'know...I just had a reality check moment. Everytime I see Star Wars news I get a little excited and can't wait to post. Well, my mind just slide whisted me and went...wommmmp wommmppp, don't forget how excited you were last time...and...JAR JAR.

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    Lost Scene from RETURN OF THE JEDI Changes Ethnical Dynamic between Luke, Obi-wan, and Yoda | Collider

    In an article from earlier this year, The Playlist noted five ways that Return of the Jedi could have been more interesting (such as Han dying) and emotionally ambiguous (like Luke walking alone off into the sunset), but instead the soft-serve, toy-driven movie turned out to be a warning sign for the prequels. I wouldn’t go so far to say it’s an awful film, but it’s certainly disappointing. After the escape from Jabba’s skiff, the film falls to pieces and the only part that’s interesting is the dramatic standoff between Luke, Vader, and the Emperor. What’s happening on Endor and the attack on the second Death Star are painfully bland and even slightly confusing (Lando’s going to co-pilot the Millennium Falcon with an odd little alien you’ve never met and don’t care about! Let’s go!).

    The “Obi-wan would have told you long ago had I let him…” line adds another way Return of the Jedi could have been more interesting. If Yoda asked Obi-wan to cover up the truth about Vader, then it makes Luke a pawn. As THR [via The Playlist] points out, “They lied to Luke Skywalker to manipulate him into considering Darth Vader an enemy to be beaten, rather than the former ally — and Luke’s father — that he really was. Clearly, whoever taught the ethics class at the Jedi Academy needed a refresher course of their own.”

    Yes, there’s an ends-justify-the-means mentality here, and all rules are off when you’re the last two Jedi left in the galaxy. Nevertheless, it creates a more fascinating dynamic between all three characters, and now there’s a sixth way Return of the Jedi could have been better.

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    Is there really a need to explain working with Lawrence Kasdan?

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