Ugh. I hope not. I imagine that while recognized, there won't be much reference to CW in the new films. I am sure there would be plenty of viewers going "Who the hell is that?" if Ashoka were unfrozen in VII.
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Edit: another thought going off of the 20th Century Fox fanfare. I doubt John Williams would score the next trilogy, since he's got to be 80ish by now.Ugh! Perish the thought! I can't imagine a SW movie without him scoring it. Madness!
I wouldn't count on unaltered versions of the OT anytime soon. In one of the articles about this whole thing was info on distribution rights. Fox has all distro rights until 2020 and they have rights for ANH "in perpetuity." So unless Disney and Fox reach some type of deal, it could be a long wait, or never, that we get to see any type of Saga release out of Disney.There is no way Disney would have made this purchase unless there were already some agreement worked out for home video releases. Remember, none of the films leading up to and including the Avengers were distributed by Disney.
Bring it on, the Marvel guys thought the world was going to blow up when Disney jumped on board and since then the brand has gone from strength to strength
I think the same will happen here, I will always love my original trilogy, I can put up with the prequels and the clone wars animated show is great.
I don't need to see Harrison or Fisher in a new movie but seeing Hamill as the Jedi Master is something I have always wanted to see on the big screen.
There are so many possibilities that it's making me dizzy just thinking about it, as for killing EU it could be a whole new range of stories, that galaxy that is far far away that we all love is pretty dam big so the next trilogy could be about anything.
Me personally I'm just stoked about new starwars at the movies, xwings have been away from the screen for far too long