Possible Details About The Next Star Wars Films

With the recent announcement that Disney bought out Lucasfilm and will be going forward with more Star Wars films, I thought this would be a fun share. A few years ago, a blog much like this one was the first to report that Lucasfilm was secretly working on the next three Star Wars movies. Of course, they named the ever reliable “anonymous source” for this information. Here are some highlights from that report and right now,I would take anything and everything with a grain of salt.

Luke Skywalker is a primary focus, as are many of the original trilogy cast (Han Solo, Chewbacca, Princess Leia, C3PO and R2D2). Disney also realised that George Lucas and STAR WARS are one and the same, so George will certainly have a voice on any angle taken, in fact I believe it’s one of many stipulations. However he will no longer have creative control,

I don’t believe the empire was completely destroyed by the end of Return of the Jedi.

Mark Hamill is a certainty.

There are two trilogies planned, all following an original overview by Lucas, which was always planned as a multi generational saga. Movies 10 – 12 are from my understanding about the offspring of the Skywalkers, set many years later with the surviving cast playing much older versions of themselves and featuring a female protagonist named Skywalker.

The movies from what I understand will adopt the Harry Potter model, and will be aggressively brought to the forefront of popular entertainment once again with consistent installments.

Rewritten from previously secret drafts from way back during the making of the original trilogy. The main problem was the age of the cast, and the tone of the story. You will see a tone more in line with the original trilogy, and specifically featuring that cast

Live action TV show – The scripts already written will be absorbed in some way into a TV format. Basically they are 45 minute long feature films. With concepts that are very ambitious and the fact that it focuses on characters that are not known and are completely different to what people may have in mind about a STARWARS TV show.

Disney are “all over” restoring the original trilogy.

Star Wars Episode VII opens in theaters 2015

Thank you to Bleeding Cool

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