Also saw Apes. Liked it a lot.
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We keep hearing that Harrison Ford's injury has left the production scrambling. First, the shooting schedule had to be changed. Then, we heard that the film was looking at changing the script and enlarging Oscar Isaacs role to compensate. Disney denied that. And now the latest rumor is that J.J. Abrams asked to push the release date back to May 4, 2016. Latino Review doesn't directly pin Abrams' request to the break (they instead say that Abrams "thinks that his Star Wars should be released in May like all the other Star Wars movies have been."), but it would still make sense, if the break is anywhere near as bad as the rumors have been saying.
The Latino Review article further states that Kathleen Kennedy of Lucasfilm agrees with Abrams, but it's Bob Iger and Disney who are determined to get this film out in December 2015. As always, beware of stories quoting unnamed sources. [Latino Review via Slashfilm)
I wonder if when Hasbro planned this they were thinking 'these early Black Series figures will be scarce when fall 2014 comes around.' Ah, no. If it's anything other than that, I have no idea what the idea is here.Right? Greedo, while pretty awesome, is now in the encyclopedia as 6-Inch's entry under "pegwarmer" next to Malakili.
Have a guy on my Twitter Feed that LOVES to blurt **** out about GoT the night it happens.There may be a couple non-GoT spoilers in my post, but they are both pretty old stuff...
I'm surprised the New Republic isn't driving around in newer evolved TIE fighters. Didn't the Empire have the new stuff while the rebels had the old outdated stuff? It seems like the X-Wing would have been discontinued by then. I guess ship design never gets discontinued but evolves instead.Perhaps this is Luke's personal ship?
I wasn't calling you out... just several of the things I've seen posted elsewhere. But to me, it sounds like the author is saying they are getting rid of EU for something crappier, which isn't fair. Now, come Episode VII and it isn't great, then I think it's a legitimate gripe; but to complain about something before it happens, that's where I mean it sounds like the bitter fanboy rant. So basically she is pre-judging the new trilogy because the EU was declared "Legacy" and not canon by Disney.
But, again, Nick, just because Disney says it isn't so, doesn't mean that you can't think it's so in your SW world. Trust me, there are things tinkered with in the Original Trilogy Special Editions that aren't canon to me (Greedo shoots first, etc). I remember complaining about that and having people counter it by saying, "It's Lucas' movies, he can do what he wants." I guess Disney now has those rights to make those changes, but it doesn't mean they own the memory of the Star Wars I love... I hope that's the way you feel about it as well.
Sometimes this EU debate is worse than some of the political ones in the Sarlacc Pit.