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So, Carrie Fisher is now confirmed for the new movie. Harrison Ford was earlier. Now all we're waiting on is Mark Hamill. Cool stuff.

http://io9.com/5988790/carrie-fisher-confirms-shes-returning-to-star-wars

P.S.: looked for the old thread about J.J. Abrams directing it but couldn't find it. Think it's fallen past the edge of the .NET world. I'll merge this one with that if it's found.

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"change all the depends on detention level four, all the depends on detention level four" lol...still would be cool though.


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As long as they don't bring back the actor who played R2-D2; he's probably grown taller since then.

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I just hope she wears a gold bikini in the new movies ;)

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Of course Mark Hamil will be in the new ones. What else does he have to do, be the voice of the Joker some more?


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Thats good. I loathed the idea of going full-tilt about Solo and Luke's offspring.

Is JarJar in for sure? Anyone hear?


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Of course Mark Hamil will be in the new ones. What else does he have to do, be the voice of the Joker some more?


I know, right? I can't imagine his plate is so full that he can't block off some time in the coming years to be part of something ridiculously huge, not to mention something that launched what career he has had.

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Is JarJar in for sure? Anyone hear?


Yep. Part will be played by Andy Serkis, per IMDB.

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Thanks peaches. Is Wicket in? I loved that song "Nub-Nub".

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nategreat wrote:
As long as they don't bring back the actor who played R2-D2; he's probably grown taller since then.


Not likely. He was an adult when he played in the original trilogy and he played him again in the prequel trilogy some 20 years later. Psst...there are these people called little people who don't grow very much their entire lives.


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Thanks peaches. Is Wicket in? I loved that song "Nub-Nub".

Have I mentioned how much I HATE Lucas? Like really, HATE him. I hate him for raping that franchise and the how his face looks the same if turned upside-down.


Yes, Warwick Davis will be reprising his role as Wicket, thanks to his recent resurgence after appearing in 'Life's too short' and 'An idiot Abroad 3'.

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P.S.: looked for the old thread about J.J. Abrams directing it but couldn't find it. Think it's fallen past the edge of the .NET world. I'll merge this one with that if it's found.


http://seahawks.net/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=64774

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As long as they don't bring back the actor who played R2-D2; he's probably grown taller since then.


Not likely. He was an adult when he played in the original trilogy and he played him again in the prequel trilogy some 20 years later. Psst...there are these people called little people who don't grow very much their entire lives.


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Seanhawk wrote:
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As long as they don't bring back the actor who played R2-D2; he's probably grown taller since then.


Not likely. He was an adult when he played in the original trilogy and he played him again in the prequel trilogy some 20 years later. Psst...there are these people called little people who don't grow very much their entire lives.


Seanhawk also logically rebutts jokes on TV to his wife. He's one of those types. What lucky lady your wife must be.


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Alright, I found this. All I can say is wow.

http://starwars.wikia.com/wiki/Ewok_Celebration

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I hope they don't screw with EU canon. They should have their story take place after the Fate of the Jedi series. They could even determine the story for Vestara. Most importantly, don't have characters that don't exist in the EU at the time this film takes place.



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If Jacen, Anakin, and Mara are alive and it takes place sometime after their deaths in the EU, I'll be very annoyed.

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I hope they don't screw with EU canon. They should have their story take place after the Fate of the Jedi series. They could even determine the story for Vestara. Most importantly, don't have characters that don't exist in the EU at the time this film takes place.



HUGE SPOILER BELOW, DON'T READ IF YOU HAVEN'T READ THE AFOREMENTIONED SERIES!






If Jacen, Anakin, and Mara are alive and it takes place sometime after their deaths in the EU, I'll be very annoyed.


From what little I've heard (admittedly very little) the EU as it stands now will have very little bearing on what they do with these new movies. I do hope there's some consistency though. I'm not gonna be happy if they change everything. Gonna have to be one hell of a series to get away with that.

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Zeb, if they go in a new direction, I'm perfectly fine with that; but what I don't want them to do is conflict with existing EU in any meaningful way.

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What does the European Union have to do with Star Wars? you guys are idiots.

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Zeb, if they go in a new direction, I'm perfectly fine with that; but what I don't want them to do is conflict with existing EU in any meaningful way.


That's what I'm saying. For me, if they conflict with the story as I know it right now, it's gonna have to be done so well that I prefer it to what I know already, which I don't think is going to be any easy task.

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What does the European Union have to do with Star Wars? you guys are idiots.


EU stands for Existential Uninviting. Duh. This is 'Merica.

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What does the European Union have to do with Star Wars? you guys are idiots.


Read for context, you foreign trash. EU = Expanded Universe, the name for basically all Star Wars novels, of which there are over a hundred.

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:lol:

He called us all idiots, I replied in kind. ;)

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What does the European Union have to do with Star Wars? you guys are idiots.


Read for context, you foreign trash. EU = Expanded Universe, the name for basically all Star Wars novels, of which there are over a hundred.


Clearly the sarcasm was lost on you, Jim. i'll be more literal next time.

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Do we have to ruin every thread with our childishness? Yes. Yes we do.


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Clearly the sarcasm was lost on you, Jim. i'll be more literal next time.


Naw, I knew you were being sarcastic. I just kind of troll-replied to you. 8)

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Do we have to ruin every thread with our childishness? Yes. Yes we do.


That's why its fun, Benji.


And why we can't have nice things. Of course the "foreign trash" comment was rather funny. I laughed.

Personally, I'd like to see a blend of things: following up with Luke, Leia, et. al., and discovering what the next generation is up to. Both have interesting story elements.

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Do we have to ruin every thread with our childishness? Yes. Yes we do.


That's why its fun, Benji.


And why we can't have nice things. Of course the "foreign trash" comment was rather funny. I laughed.

Personally, I'd like to see a blend of things: following up with Luke, Leia, et. al., and discovering what the next generation is up to. Both have interesting story elements.


I'd really like to see Anakin & the twins. Honestly, the most important thing to me is that it's more like the OT than the PT. And I need it to be epic.

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"Epic" is pretty much a necessity with this story, I agree.

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I'd really like to see Anakin & the twins. Honestly, the most important thing to me is that it's more like the OT than the PT. And I need it to be epic.


Anakin? You mean as a force ghost or what? He's already in that scene this way.

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I'd really like to see Anakin & the twins. Honestly, the most important thing to me is that it's more like the OT than the PT. And I need it to be epic.


Worst. Euphemism. Ever.

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Anakin? You mean as a force ghost or what? He's already in that scene this way.

He's not referring to Anakin Skywalker. If you want to know more, say so, and I'll post some spoiler info.

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I'd really like to see Anakin & the twins. Honestly, the most important thing to me is that it's more like the OT than the PT. And I need it to be epic.


Worst. Euphemism. Ever.


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Me? As a diehard Christian, I'm not one for the pure humanism side. I'm actually with you there. That warm, happy universe that Trek portrays will never happen, and it's arrogance to think otherwise. But at least these shows tried to be about something. TNG had a lot of great episodes that managed to explore the human condition without being preachy. They tried to think. Yeah, X, IX, V, they all sucked, but they tried to say something. Identity and destiny in "Nemesis", conscience and integrity in "Insurrection", the search for God in "V"...big ideas, if perhaps badly executed.


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I know the idea quite well, thanks. It was scattered all through the franchise.

Your argument relies on the idea that justifies humanism in the first place, that our flaws are generated by the conflicting need for material. I reject that theory.

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I'm a Star Wars nerd, but you "EU is canon" nerds blow me out of the water. Is there gonna be World War III if the new movie doesn't even keep Leia's twins names (or what if she only has one kid)?


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I'm a Star Wars nerd, but you "EU is canon" nerds blow me out of the water. Is there gonna be World War III if the new movie doesn't even keep Leia's twins names (or what if she only has one kid)?


Hey, if you didn't get mad when there was no Ant Man in the Avengers movie, than this shouldn't even register on the nerd richter scale. As long as lightsabers still make that cool "wroom wroom" noise and there's no Jar Jar Binkses, I'll be totally geeked to go watch another Star Wars movie. Hopefully it'll be out right around the time my oldest kid is old enough to "get it".

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I'm a Star Wars nerd, but you "EU is canon" nerds blow me out of the water. Is there gonna be World War III if the new movie doesn't even keep Leia's twins names (or what if she only has one kid)?


Dude, minor changes are fine. I'm talking about major stuff. As in people that are alive who should be dead, or vice versa.

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I'd actually be pissed if they changed the twins names. Unless they were awesome names like Ralnar and Thornak or something.

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 Post Posted: Fri Mar 08, 2013 3:21 pm 
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RolandDeschain wrote:
12evanf wrote:
I'm a Star Wars nerd, but you "EU is canon" nerds blow me out of the water. Is there gonna be World War III if the new movie doesn't even keep Leia's twins names (or what if she only has one kid)?


Dude, minor changes are fine. I'm talking about major stuff. As in people that are alive who should be dead, or vice versa.


Wait, is Boba Fett living canon?


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