Star Wars in 2015 - Disney Holds Firm Comments -


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mlaforce 10/31/2013 9:12:05 PM

@Tevii...If they had any chance what so ever in killing this franchise it would have been with Phantom Menace...I agree though, I can wait until when ever they decide to put it out and agree with you even more so that a Holiday release would be a good thing....Oh man, just before posting I decided to look at the other comments and found that Hanso already threw those cards down on the taple, well said Hanso...

Miner49er 10/31/2013 9:32:53 PM

It's simple. Iger probably has some theme park attractions also planned to coincide with the release.

Dazzler 11/1/2013 3:43:41 AM

I have a different take on this.  The hard deadline won't let them think too much on what a "great" story they need to have.  Any maybe they won't focus on making a video game type of movie with all cgi which takes a long time to render.  Maybe this will help them flesh out characters in interaction, but we don't need oscar performances.  The first great trilogy did not rely on personal development they pretty much got to it and reacted to the situation which I hope they do more of in new trilogy.  Keep away from the kiddie crap aspect.  People get really creative fast when on a deadline. 

Chopsticksmaloy 11/1/2013 6:48:45 AM

I say just trust J.J Abrams and his team. He is one of the few in Hollywood who has had an unbroken track record of success. He and his guys know what they are doing. 

misterpeed 11/1/2013 8:47:13 AM

 This is a situation where people like JJ and others have too many irons in the fire which pushes deadlines back due to lack of focus on any one project.

monkeyfoot 11/1/2013 8:47:42 AM

All I want is a really, really, really good return to the SW franchise. I don't know if doing it sooner or later is right for everyone involved. I just want what I want.

therockdltj 11/1/2013 11:29:10 AM

 If they pushed it back to 2016 we would end up having 2 Star Wars movies in the same year.

wish 11/2/2013 6:50:17 AM

These are different times folks, it no longer takes 3 years to make a SW movie, and nor should it!!  Any film that takes that long to make has too many chefs in the kitchen!!  They've had this movie outlined for several years now, they've been set-building for months, the writing has to nearing completion so really........why the need for more than 18 months?!?!? 

It was mentioned above already and I totally agree, a deadline will make for a tighter production and a greater need for focus which could be exactly what is needed for a franchise that has had way too many years and way too many opinions forced into it. 

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