UPDATE! Episode 7 Starts Filming in Spring 2014. Abrams and Kasdan Doing Rewrites on Arndt’s Script.

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Lucasfilm released an official update on the development of Star Wars: Episode 7. Things don’t look very good. The start of filming has been delayed by a few months (it was expected to start in early 2014). Also Lawrence Kasdan and J.J. Abrams are taking over Arndt’s script and are doing rewrites…

From StarWars.com:

As Episode VII continues pre-production, Lawrence Kasdan and director J.J. Abrams have assumed screenwriting duties for the film. Kasdan, who has been serving as a consultant on the film, is a veteran of several classic Lucasfilm productions, writing the screenplay for Raiders of the Lost Ark and serving as co-screenwriter for The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi. Acclaimed director and screenwriter Abrams’ credits include Super 8, Mission: Impossible III, Fringe, and Lost.
“I am very excited about the story we have in place and thrilled to have Larry and J.J. working on the script,” states Lucasfilm President Kathleen Kennedy. “There are very few people who fundamentally understand the way a Star Wars story works like Larry, and it is nothing short of incredible to have him even more deeply involved in its return to the big screen. J.J. of course is an incredible storyteller in his own right. Michael Arndt has done a terrific job bringing us to this point and we have an amazing filmmaking and design team in place already prepping for production.”

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Location scouting, production design, casting, and costume design are already underway on Episode VII. A team of gifted artists are working to bring the latest installment of the Star Wars saga, including director of photography Dan Mindel (Mission: Impossible III, Star Trek, Star Trek Into Darkness), production designers Rick Carter (Lincoln, Avatar, Forrest Gump) and Darren Gilford (Oblivion, TRON: Legacy), costume designer Michael Kaplan (Star Trek Into Darkness, Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol, Fight Club),special effects supervisor Chris Corbould (Skyfall, The Dark Knight Rises, Inception), sound designer Ben Burtt (Lincoln, Wall-E, Star Wars: Episodes I-VI), re-recording mixer Gary Rydstrom (Jurassic Park, Saving Private Ryan, Toy Story, Mission: Impossible -Ghost Protocol), supervising sound editor Matthew Wood (Star Trek Into Darkness, The Master, There Will Be Blood) of Skywalker Sound, and visual effects supervisor Roger Guyett (Star Trek Into Darkness, Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End, Star Wars: Episode III Revenge of the Sith) of Industrial Light & Magic. Kathleen Kennedy, J.J. Abrams, and Bryan Burk are producing, with Tommy Harper (Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol, Jack Ryan, Star Trek Into Darkness) and Jason McGatlin (Tintin, War of the Worlds) serving as executive producers. John Williams is returning to score Star Wars: Episode VII.
Shooting is scheduled to begin Spring 2014 at Pinewood Studios for an expected 2015 release.

I hope this won’t lead to a delay of the release date. Still it’s good to see that they really want the best for the movie and are not rushing with something they don’t like.


After this announcement the web was flooded with panic and pessimistic comments. This reaction was triggered mainly by one rumor posted by BadAssDigest. Still that’s just a rumor. I’m surprised that people prefer to believe this rumor and not the official Lucasfilm announcement which clearly stated that the script is only being rewritten. They’re not starting from scratch. Script rewrites do delay productions but they are a necessary evil. A Hollywood production without any script rewrites is really a rarity. 

So let’s think more positive. Actually the Episode 7 script rewrites and Lawrence Kasdan’s involvement with the script can be considered a good omen. Check out The Empire Strikes Back script problems from almost 35 years ago which lead to one of the best stories in the Star Wars saga (again with the involvement of Kasdan).

After the success of Star Wars, George Lucas tapped Leigh Brackett, best known for co-writing the Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall classic, The Big Sleep, to write the script for the sequel. Brackett was also an acclaimed science-fiction writer. Unfortunately, what she turned in was not what Lucas wanted.

To be fair, unlike Arndt’s situation, Brackett would have most likely been allowed to revise her own draft. Sadly, Brackett died from cancer before she was given a chance. This left Lucas with an almost unusable script and no writer.

Lucas is mostly responsible for writing Empire as well, even though Lucas did not award himself a writing credit. It was only after Lucas finished his draft that Lawrence Kasdan was brought in to polish up some dialogue. (Kasdan played a much larger role on Return of the Jedi than he did Empire.)

The original Leigh Brackett draft of Empire is a bit of a marvel in and of itself. It’s online if you want to read it (which I have), and it is really drastically different than what appeared in the final film. And it’s an oddity worth exploring to illustrate just how much a story can change from the first draft to the final draft.

For the full story go to Huffingtonpost.

So everybody, calm down! 🙂

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59 thoughts on “UPDATE! Episode 7 Starts Filming in Spring 2014. Abrams and Kasdan Doing Rewrites on Arndt’s Script.

  • October 24, 2013 at 8:24 pm

    It looks like they want Star Wars universe to compete with Marvel universe and DC universe. I think Star Wars is bigger and better than Marvel/DC.

    I totally agree that this should be a more mature story. Not to be rude but the original fanbase is quite old now… Actually so are the prequel fans.

    So I think Star Wars would be well within it’s rights to be a more adult film. However PG13 can get away with quite a lot. The Dark Knight anyone?

    I also think the Sith as a dark menace that is threating to somehow tilt the balance or regain control should be the central plot connecting the three episodes. This ties in the problems the hero’s children must face.

    I don’t want the original cast to be thrown in for fanservice. Make them have a valuable impact on the plot and or their children’s character development.

    Iconic vehicles return in some form. Be it old TIE fighters or X-Wings. A Star Destroyer needs to be somewhere even if it’s dry docked

    • October 24, 2013 at 9:42 pm

      They’ll most likely bring back classic vehicles but then also bring in new ones. Hopefully Corellian(aside from the Millenium Falcon) and Chiss vehicles xD

    • October 25, 2013 at 2:57 am

      the original trilogy fanbase old ? go fuck yourself kid !!! the power of the force is beyond any age , young or old. too bad you wasnt a member of the original fanbase, cause you are just out of touch with reality. if you so fucking smart, you go write the script piss ant.

    • October 25, 2013 at 3:29 am

      LOL…. Yeah, Piss Ant!!! 🙂

    • October 25, 2013 at 4:05 pm

      I’m so glad to be part of the old fan base…We know the real meaning of the Force…STAR WARS IS COMING!!!!

      BTW…Kasdan? YES!!!! YES!!! Only if Kershner were alive to re doo the prequels LOL!

    • October 26, 2013 at 1:40 pm

      “Only if Kershner were alive to re doo the prequels LOL!”

      what vile behavior, could you please retain some morals. Human beings are generally supposed to show respect, especially for the dead..

    • October 29, 2013 at 10:53 am

      if SW doesnt absolutely destroy Marvel’s 70s flash gordon costumes + terrible smarky comedy pieces of computer trash, i’ll be pretty upset with mainstream consumers. there’s nothing compelling about the Marvel universe because the lame heroes face NO real threat. it’s safe/wimpy storytelling masked in hyper-machismo and boring predictability.

      and it’s time people get over the prequels. an artist tried some different things and people just shit their diaper over it. big deal. there’s still value in them.

  • October 24, 2013 at 8:42 pm

    lol odd. One of my old comments from another story popped up here… and with a name Darth Malgus.

    Anyway… ignoring my other comment as it’s slightly off the topic. I think that sounds like a freaking all star crew of film makers. Good god nearly every part of production excels at their given tasks. As for rewriting Arndt’s work I saw that coming. I’m sure he gave it the heart and emotion it needed now JJ and co will make it into a workable film.

    Totally overhyped for this.

  • October 24, 2013 at 8:52 pm

    So many emotions going on right now. One site is claiming that they are completely scrapping all of Michael Arndt’s stuff and are actually completely beginning all over again on the story and characters!! I really hope not, Michael Arndt doing the screenplay is what filled me with confidence. I really wish it was clearer about what is going on. “I am very excited about the story we have in place and thrilled to have Larry and J.J. working on the script”.- I mean it sounds like they’ve gone and thought of an entirely different/new story instead of Michael’s script, and they’re getting rid of Micahel and it’s going to be started all over again by JJ and Lawrence. NOOOO! I just hope Michael Arndt has finished the script, hence him leaving, and all this means is that JJ Abrams and Lawrence Kasdan are stepping in to fine-tune what he’s already done. If all of Michael Arndt’s ideas are being scrapped and the script is just beginning again, I will be absolutely devastated !

    • October 24, 2013 at 9:02 pm

      Oh, I forgot to mention, BEN BURT IS COMING BACK!! If you’re unsure about who that is, it’s they guy who created the lightsaber sound effects, r2-d2’s sound effects, Chewbacca sound effects, darth vader sound effects, all the guns, ships, everything. This man is a genius. I think everyone just overlook’s and takes for granted just how powerful and iconic the sound effects are in star wars. I’m SO glad to have him back. I’ve been waiting for this ever since they announced they were going to make the new films in the first place.

    • October 24, 2013 at 9:56 pm

      This is all very normal in Hollywood. Usually this means that they wanted to do a rewrite of several scenes and thought that Michael was not the best person to do it, or could not because of previous commitments. It is rare in Hollywood these days that this kind of thing does not happen. Its also possible a cast member, ie ford, wanted changes that Arendt could not make because of another committment

    • October 24, 2013 at 10:54 pm

      Yeah I know, I really really hope this is the case. But obviously there’s a difference between rewrites, and starting all over again and I’m just concerned because everyone is claiming that it’s all being scrapped and begun again from scratch, and without Michael. I just hope it simply means the script is being fine tuned.

    • October 25, 2013 at 4:38 am

      I’m probably in the minority here, but I am OK with Arndt being out. Toy Story 3 was a horrible movie in my opinion, and yes mainly because of the story. Oh well, like I said just my opinion. I will take Kasdan any day over almost any other screenwriter. Kasdan understands how to get a story written and onto the screen.

    • October 25, 2013 at 9:48 am

      Actually, I don’t like Toy Story 3 either, despite it being praised so much and being classed as the best one, it’s my least favourite of those films. I just hated the storyline and I thought it was too cheesy and forced. But I don’t think that was all due to Michael. More performances, and the people who set up the story with/for him. I love little miss sunshine though. I think Michael knows how to write interesting characters and understands how a film works. Everyone is gushing over Lawrence, and I’m so glad he is involved, but his work on star wars was 30 years ago, and it was first on Empire, working on already introduced characters. He didn’t actually create all the iconic characters and set up the story in the first place, which is now his responsibility this time, and his recent writing’s haven’t been well received. Basically I hope all this means is that Michael wrote a script and now Lawrence is shaping it up. Rather them doing completely separate things, I want them to work together and agree on what’s best.

  • October 24, 2013 at 8:54 pm

    Star wars will kill all Marvel and DC movies in 2015 and will be highest grossing movie of the year and may be even highest grossing movie of all time. Star Wars won’t be just entertaining like marvels and DC films! Expect a lot of mythology in it with master of mythology and best sci fi creator JJ Abrams(more mythology than in original trilogy) and great new characters with SW original writer like Lawrence Kasdan! This will be best sci fi movie of the decade. If darth vedar is there even for one second will be best news ever. More sith lords like darth vader/darth maul(they are fan favorite of all time)! And female sith lord sound outstanding cool!!! I hope they create one as darth malgus(really like his face costume etc) and may be one new hot sith with mask helm etc. Like raven. And cool jedi too. I want the humour, great story, the mythology, war, evil and good, and the magic that made up star wars. The war between Sith and Jedi is amazing and what makes Star Wars greatest sci fi franchise of all time.NO politics.

    A bearded Hamill, training new jedi & to see Leia as a jedi also.

    I want too see an original story, something NEW, not anything from the EU (although i don´t care if the borrow names from it)

    Hopefully familiar design from original trilogy on vehicles etc. .. Hopefully forceghosts: Obi Wan, Qui Gon, Anakin & YODA (as a puppet) & as many as possible from the orginal cast, to see what has happened to their lives.

    & i want lightsaber duels with some new lightsaber colours and lightsaber models.

    & finally i would very much like to see Warwick Davis in many roles & maybe wicket decides to leave endor & travel in space with the crew of millennium falcon? & yes, as much screentime as possible for the MILLENIUM FALCON & new wookie!!!

    • October 29, 2013 at 10:57 am

      “JJ Abrams(more mythology than in original trilogy)”

      i’d be surprised if Abram’s reads or knows any mythology analysis/critique/academia outside of the typical Campbell nonsense thrown around the SW banter.

      at least Lucas was doing something in the 70s with Campbell’s work that was pretty clearly ahead of it’s time. and still most casual SW fans don’t know shit about. more props to Lucas than JJ’s weak ass (Fuck LOST)

  • October 24, 2013 at 9:03 pm

    @I hope this won’t lead to a delay of the release date. Still it’s good to see that they really want the best for the movie and are not rushing with something they don’t like.

    YEP. I prefer that way. It looks like that May 2015 or christmas 2015 is deadline. christmas 2015 look more and more like the real option.

    • October 24, 2013 at 10:04 pm

      I’ve always been worried about the schedule for this film. Every star wars film so far has taken three years to make. I know JJ has a process, but this schedule tells me to expect more story and less special effects, or at the very least a tweaking of the effects process to speed up post production

    • October 25, 2013 at 3:07 am

      Im sick and tired of some fans crying for Darth Vadar to return along with Darth Maul. They are dead. Done. In Star Wars, when people die, thats it. Move on. This is not Star Trek or Back to the Future with time traveling monkeys like Planet of the Apes. If they are ghosts or on holograms, thats fine. But not come back from the dead. Also, if young Obi-Wan comes back, it should only be on a hologram, not a ghost. Thats pure fucking stupid to forget about old Obi_wan just like Lucas did with Anakin changing his age appearance in Return of the Jedi ending. Their ghost should look excatly like they did when they died. plain and simple. they fuck up on that again, kiss many fans goodbye.

    • October 25, 2013 at 3:47 am

      Uhmm…. if you had watched the Clone Wars you would have learned that Darth Maul survived being dismembered and is in fact alive… by cancelling the show early we are left with an uncertainty to his exact fate… we were left with Palpatine saying he has future use for him.
      perhaps we will know more when they air the final episodes they were working on before the shows cancellation…

    • October 25, 2013 at 6:41 am

      Uhmm….let me show you what commen sense is Anonymous at 6:47… Clone wars is not the movies. Video games is not the movies. the old republic is not the movies. Leia was not Lukes sister in the original story treatments, that was for the movies only. So you see what my point is ?.. Stick to what the movies tell us in movie world. In thrawn Trilogy , Luke has kids. In movies, Jedi dont have kids or wives. Get the point ? If Darth Maul lived from gettn slashed in part 1, why didnt he show up again in part 2,3,4,5,or 6 ?… In books, games, you can do whatever. In movies, stick with the plot that has already happened. If Darth Maul comes back from the dead, if Vader does, if Obi-Wan does, if Jar jar Binky stinky does, then we have another Star Trek . This trilogy should focus on the jedi twins 9 Jacen and Jacin Solo turning to the dark side with Jacen becoming Darth Cadeus. Luke in the movies should not have kids. Therefore, make Ben Solo the older son, with the younger twins. And forget Anakin Solo crap cause who the hell would want to name their kid after an evil tyrant ?. not me. Not the Jedi. Anakins name should be forbidden after killing kids at the temple. Darth Vaders not a savior of peace and balance, hes an evil killer. But i guess you another one of the looney fans that cant let Darth Maul and Vader go. Lets go ahead and make part 7 main plot about time travel and bringing back the dead and lets just recycle the whole movie again.Plus we can spend 2 hours in part 8 about how to make a lightsaber. : )

    • October 25, 2013 at 9:51 am

      “Im sick and tired of some fans crying for Darth Vadar to return along with Darth Maul. They are dead. Done. In Star Wars, when people die, thats it. Move on.” YES THANK YOU !!!!

    • October 25, 2013 at 10:11 am

      Vader is dead, emporer dead, obi wan dead, jabba the hutt dead BOBA FETT dead, Darth Maul dead, and the better stay DEAD!!!!!!!!!!!!!
      None of them in episode VII. PLEASE…….

    • October 26, 2013 at 2:49 am

      Did Yoda, Obi Wan, and Qui Gon Jinn stay dead after they died?

    • October 26, 2013 at 7:15 am

      Anonymous at 5:49 am they are not saying about the ghost form, they are disputing about them coming back from the dead. It is true, if they rise in life form from the dead, we will have another Star Trek. we don’t want that, we want our Star Wars to continue on just like real life does. that is what seperates our great saga from that bullshit Star Trek.

    • October 26, 2013 at 1:33 pm

      “Vader is dead, emporer dead, obi wan dead, jabba the hutt dead BOBA FETT dead, Darth Maul dead, and the better stay DEAD!!!!!!!!!!!!!
      None of them in episode VII. PLEASE” Couldn’t agree more. Idiots like ‘darth malgus’ who prefer stupid fan-service to a decent story need to pipe down.

  • October 24, 2013 at 9:28 pm

    If they are already doing set, production, and costume design then they must have an idea of what is going to be in the movie. I honestly just think that it could just be basic rewrites. Plus since they are already in pre-production I am VERY happy. VERY rarely do movies not get finished when they enter pre-production. 🙂

  • October 24, 2013 at 9:57 pm

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  • October 24, 2013 at 10:00 pm

    This is evidence enough that Abrams really knows what he’s doing. Why would he and Kasdan take over screenwriting duties if he wasn’t approaching this project with nothing but the upmost respect for the fans and the raw story? He clearly knows what and what not to include in the story to please the fans. Think what you will, but in my opinion, anyone who isn’t putting their faith in JJ isn’t seeing the evidence for what it really is. Just think about it a little…

  • October 24, 2013 at 10:07 pm

    rewrites mean changes in the script or start from the begining all over again? If second than 2015 is tough deadline.

  • October 24, 2013 at 10:09 pm

    They need to develope and create the whole trilogy 7-9 and even think for story in next trilogy 10-12 and than start with episode 7.

  • October 24, 2013 at 10:13 pm

    First Star Wars standalone film must be for Darth Vedar! It’s greatest sci fi character of all time.

    • October 24, 2013 at 10:57 pm

      … no

    • October 25, 2013 at 2:00 am

      Who is this Darth Vedar you speak of?

    • October 25, 2013 at 3:11 am

      Darth Malgus just leave the fucking ressurection of Darth Vader alone. You got the TV series next year, leave it as that. Fans like you with this come back from the dead shit is just like a space herpie singing. It doesnt make sense.

    • October 25, 2013 at 9:52 am

      Exactly. all of the comments from this ‘darth malgus’ idiot are just ridiculous. I hope he never get’s into filmaking !!

    • October 26, 2013 at 7:19 am

      I Vote for no confidence in this Darth malgus idiot above !!!! No ressurections or vodoo comebacks. We sentence you to the sarlac pit to digest yourself for 1000 years. YA !!!!

    • October 26, 2013 at 10:45 am

      Come on guys. Leave him be, he’s greatest sci fi fan of all time. Lol

    • October 26, 2013 at 1:35 pm

      HAHA. Darth ‘Vedar’ is greatest sci fi character of all time. episode vii will be greatest sci fi film of all time. all hail greatest sci fi fan darth malgus of all time

  • October 24, 2013 at 10:13 pm

    This really doesn’t change anything. Other than some behind the scenes personal and normal re-write stuff I would say it’s par for course. I think the big announcement is will a few days or weeks or months away.

    • October 24, 2013 at 11:26 pm

      Read an article from Baddass Digest that script has been scrapped and they’re starting all over again from top to bottom. New main characters and such? Apparantly this all happened in July. Don’t know how credible they are but have a feeling we’re going to be hearing a lot of different rumors on what is and isn’t happening for next several weeks. We all need to just have some patience and let the cards fall where they may. I’m just as excited as the next guy or gal. MTFBWU

  • October 24, 2013 at 10:47 pm

    Yes, its normal for a big script to go through a ‘commitee’ and be re-edited several times.

    • October 25, 2013 at 6:50 am

      “I was not elected to watch Star Wars fans suffer and die while Disney discusses this in a committee! I vote no confidence for Chancellor Abrams!”

  • October 25, 2013 at 1:01 am

    Arndt was a selling point. I doubt they scrapped his work. More likely just rewritten no matter what the rumors say. Still to ignore the quality of everyone else involved. Good heavens. That’s a lot of talent in one movie. Praise Bad Robot and Disney for clearly taking this seriously.

  • October 25, 2013 at 2:23 am

    As much as I want to see this film as in TOMMARROW! I would wait for another three years just to know they are going to get it to the best it could be. I was very pleased to hear Michael Arndt was on board because of what he did with Toy Story 3, but if someone told me Lawrence Kasden or Arndt, ‘who do you prefer?’, damn straight I’m going with the writer of the Empire Strikes Back, script. This is also interesting because Liegh Bracket who started The ESB script died before it was in final draft stage. It was Lucas that went Kasden and what did we get? Two great Star Wars Scripts and Raiders of the Lost Ark script, that was cumulated from a round table, meeting with Lucas, Spielberg, and Kasden. This move by Kathleen Kennedy is a good one, she is on top of it and will succeed, she always has as far as I’m concerned. Her name is tied to most of the biggest films in history. Kasden who is already working on the tie in movies/spin offs will have a better hand at tying it all together. This is all good news.

    • October 25, 2013 at 3:19 am

      I as a die hard Star Wars fan since the start totally agree. kasdan is the one for the job. And they are not throwing away Ardnt script like some idiots think. In all movie scripts they always makes changes, add things, etc. this is no different. Ardnt started the first stage, now the others come behind to iron out wrinkles, add, take out, etc. All great movies go through this. So to some of the fans, dont hit the panic button. And dont worry if they are starting film shooting in spring. movies like this only take anywhere from 4 months to 7 months to actually shoot the film with the actors. More work is always done to the prep and assemble. They will be on schedule. Plus during the shooting, we know they will tinker with the script again. all writers and directors do. So relax and smoke one. This long drag out of a process is very normal to a big time budget movie.

  • October 25, 2013 at 6:48 am

    I don’t mean to frighten any of you guys…. but what if this sudden statement from Disney IS the official statement to celebrate the one year aniversery? What if Disney/Lucasfilm is trying to say “guys, relax. There will be nothing positive revealed on October 30 or anything till next year”?

    Sorry to depress you, but I sense (through the Force) that this is what is going on. I will even bet ten dollars that is the case.

  • October 25, 2013 at 9:30 am

    star trek into darkness script was not that great !!!!!!! moving forward so fast that it had no time to build up character or give you any emotion towards them , the original
    star wars made you at least care for the characters !!! I hope he does not adopt
    that mode for this movie

  • October 25, 2013 at 10:12 am

    your ‘overconfidence is your weakness ‘ – faith in your friends is yours !!!!!

    • October 26, 2013 at 1:36 pm

      …um .. what?? Is that supposed to mean something or are you trying to be funny with random star wars references..?

  • October 25, 2013 at 11:06 am

    News are a bit scaring. It seems Sw7 is too big for Disney. An screenwriter replacement, and the start of shooting delayed doesn’t sound very good. The team will have only ONE YEAR from shooting to opening, if schedule is not moved. The only good news is to know Lawrence Kasdan is putting his hands on the script.

  • October 25, 2013 at 11:37 am

    The question of course is, just how long had Michael Arndt been working on the screenplay prior to Disney’s buyout of LFL? Arndt was announced fairly early on, so my bet is that he had already started looking through the rough storyline created by George Lucas much earlier than October 2012, and that fast forward a year and he’d either gone as far as he could with it following “creative input” from JJ Abrams, Kathleen Kennedy, Lawrence Kasdan and Lucas himself, or there’s been a massive change that has resulted in Arndt saying enough’s enough?

    If it is the latter of the two then I sense a great disturbance in the Force, one that has seen a certain Mr Harrison Ford finally make up his mind, and that after months of playing the media, and constantly being barraged with questions about Episode VII when all he really wanted to do was concentrate on promoting Enders Game has finally seen him say to Kennedy, Abrams and all, you know what, no, I don’t need Star Wars as much as people believe Star Wars needs me.

    If that is the case it could potentially mean Arndt has had enough, and I really hope my theory is not true, because without Ford the chances are that Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher and Billy Dee Williams will also not be on board, although clouded our vision is, the Dark Side has stopped us from seeing things through Force, it has, or I could just stop being Mr Negative, stop worrying and wait with baited breath for a possible announcement on October 30th, one that many of us have been waiting for 30 years!

  • October 25, 2013 at 5:11 pm

    What makes me happy is that JJ has stated multiple times that he was on the Star Wars side of the sci-fi fanbase batte with Star Trek. He showed what he could do with Star Trek, and this just shows me that he’s trying to make the best Star Wars movie possible. Have faith in JJ

  • October 27, 2013 at 6:53 pm

    Say what you will i still and always will believe Darth Revan from KOTOR was the most interesting sith lord, BUT i’m simply saying my piece and i fully agree dead is dead no franken’sith/jedi thanks. I have been a died hard star wars fan since i 4yrs old and i’m looking forward to this and have high hopes for it they will get it done, just got to have faith.

    P.S: As a goth i respectfully request the main bad sith have a black colour lightsaber ^_^

    – Sith. . . Goths of the star wars universe! –

  • October 27, 2013 at 6:55 pm

    A black coloured light saber with a faint red glow?

  • October 27, 2013 at 6:57 pm

    Black with a crimson aura (glow) 🙂

  • October 27, 2013 at 7:03 pm

    NO! NO! NO! Pink with a purple hilt and you got to call it “Papa Sith’s Jedi’lovin Stick!”

  • October 28, 2013 at 2:56 am

    One of the few pieces of information, that Ardnt was writing the script, is now in flames. So really, the only rock solid news obtained in 2013 so far is J J Abrams directing and John Williams composing (but the second one is a given.)

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