1. Welcome to CowboysZone!  Join us!  Come on!  You know you want to!

Disney buying Lucasfilm, Star Wars Episode 7 movie coming in 2015!

Discussion in 'Off-topic Zone' started by Reality, Oct 30, 2012.

  1. numnuts23

    numnuts23 Active Member

    2,046 Messages
    5 Likes Received
    Well there is some speculation out there that Brad Bird and Lindelof (of course Abrams included) have a titled project called 1952 which has been held in secret and appears Disney has MASSIVE plans for marketing on this one.

    There are reports from 2011 on this new project but everyone expected it to be for the supposed date in 1952 when UFO's were said to have flown over DC?

    In a purchase this big by Disney, it's not hard to see that they might have been planning long ago for this...

    and just for those who love Abrams hidden gems:

    1952

    19 = Episodes 1-9

    5+2: Episode 7

    5+2+1: Episode 8

    9: Episode 9
  2. Rogah

    Rogah Well-Known Member

    3,635 Messages
    61 Likes Received
    I'm sure it's been in the pipelines for a few months and it goes a long way towards explaining why they decided to rush the timetable on the 3-D releases of Episodes 1-6.
    You can take any 4 digit number and find a way to make it appear to be a "code" for Episodes 7, 8 and 9.
  3. numnuts23

    numnuts23 Active Member

    2,046 Messages
    5 Likes Received
    0000 - Have at it :D
  4. Lodeus

    Lodeus Well-Known Member

    2,971 Messages
    214 Likes Received
    They're huge SW fans, make good shows and movies so Id be fine with them doing it.
  5. Rogah

    Rogah Well-Known Member

    3,635 Messages
    61 Likes Received
    That's not a 4 digit number, that's a 1 digit number because it is improper to write it the way you did. ;)
  6. numnuts23

    numnuts23 Active Member

    2,046 Messages
    5 Likes Received
    I hate rules :p:
  7. MonsterD

    MonsterD Quota outta absentia

    3,381 Messages
    192 Likes Received
  8. joseephuss

    joseephuss Well-Known Member

    20,287 Messages
    690 Likes Received
    He cut out a large portion of the last one. There was quite a bit of story about the hobbits returning to their homes in the book. And if you knew the first two movies were long, why would you expect the third one not to be the same? Plan ahead and most guides and previews tell you the running time of a movie. No excuse not to be prepared when going into a movie.
  9. Rogah

    Rogah Well-Known Member

    3,635 Messages
    61 Likes Received
    There is absolutely no such thing as a great movie being "too long." And those LOTR movies were great movies.

    If anything, the original theatrical releases were too short. The expanded versions added significant scenes which made those movies even better. The Death of Saruman comes to mind.
  10. CanadianCowboysFan

    CanadianCowboysFan Lightning Rod

    15,083 Messages
    266 Likes Received
    Nothing can prepare you for having to take a major leak.
  11. arglebargle

    arglebargle Well-Known Member

    5,005 Messages
    126 Likes Received
    Other than a previously applied catheter. I'd rather miss part of the movie though.
  12. StevenOtero

    StevenOtero Well-Known Member

    6,318 Messages
    272 Likes Received
    :hammer:

    [youtube]mJ5hD9K6Cn8[/youtube]

    Bring it!

    I keep reading Hamill is a lock for this upcoming trilogy, I hope so!

    [IMG]
  13. StevenOtero

    StevenOtero Well-Known Member

    6,318 Messages
    272 Likes Received
    Get yer stinkin LOTR talk out of this thread! :D

    I agree though, the LOTR trilogy is great....

    Nothing will ever top the original Star Wars trilogy.
  14. theogt

    theogt Surrealist Zone Supporter

    43,707 Messages
    418 Likes Received
    A Neill Blomkamp-directed Star Wars would be incredible.
  15. TheCount

    TheCount Pixel Pusher

    20,668 Messages
    689 Likes Received
    I think the original was a bit campy, which made sense for the time but wouldn't work to the same degree today. I think it can be improved upon, but I don't want to see them do a remake. I'd rather see an expansion of the story.

    I want to see Elysium before I agree completely, but that's not a bad call.
  16. theogt

    theogt Surrealist Zone Supporter

    43,707 Messages
    418 Likes Received
    Rumor is that Matthew Vaughan will be directing, and this is the primary reason he dropped out of the X-men prequel sequel (wow -- that's actually what the X-men movie is -- a sequel to a prequel).
  17. Future

    Future Intramural Legend

    15,683 Messages
    1,132 Likes Received
    I think you're spot on.

    What was cool about 2 and 3 was that the Jedi are a lot more visible. Maybe it hurts the overall feel you get from III, IV, and V, where the Jedi are kind of this mystical group of heroes :laugh2: but it was fun to watch them in battle.
  18. joseephuss

    joseephuss Well-Known Member

    20,287 Messages
    690 Likes Received
    Just like the most recent Star Wars movies. They were sequels to prequels.
  19. burmafrd

    burmafrd Well-Known Member

    41,118 Messages
    1,275 Likes Received
    or they might be prequels to the sequels.
  20. stasheroo

    stasheroo Well-Known Member

    17,133 Messages
    1,018 Likes Received
    :rake:

Share This Page