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Rian Johnson developing a fourth Star Wars trilogy... Oh my..


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Woah! :woop:

 

(I know most of you will probably just groan, but I'm hyped. They must have really liked Johnson.)

 

Hopefully they really do explore new characters and locations. 

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Just now, BloodBoal said:

 

It's a Star Wars movie. Of course it's going to be a hit with audiences.

 

It'll, of course, make a lot of money, just like TFA, but it was faced with a good amount of criticism. 

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That article was almost written like you see April Fool's pranks worded.  That's actually the first thing I thought (then I looked at my calendar).

 

Weird. I'm fine with them doing this, it was inevitable. Just weird to let it out this way.

 

 

 

 

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See! Lucas said he had 12 Star Wars movies mapped out all along, and now he's been proven right.

 

Lots of you doubters are eating Bantha poodo about now.

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18 minutes ago, Fal said:

This is nothing really new for Star Wars, only the medium is different. 

 

Yeah, except that medium is what started it all and what made it special. Sure, you had tons of books, comic books, games, whatever, but you had only 3 films. These were rare, special. Then there were 6. Soon, there'll be 12. And with this new trilogy, 15 (in what, less than 10 years time?). Feeling less and less special by the minute...

 

9 minutes ago, Quintus said:

Another trilogy being in development should come as no surprise to anybody. 

 

Sure, the trilogy itself is no surprise. What's more of a surprise is how early it was announced, like Disney wants to start the hype as early as possible.

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1 minute ago, Baby Jane Hudson said:

Instead I'll just be posting about my new obsession with Barbara Stanwyck movies.

 

That sounds outstanding actually.  Double Indemnity is one of my favorite movies of all time.

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