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Harrison Ford Would ‘Rather Not’ Return to Star Wars Again

September 13, 2017    
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[ad_1] Star Wars legend Harrison Ford isn’t completely closing the door on a return to the franchise, but he strongly suggests he would prefer his days as Han Solo ended with the character’s demise in The Force Awakens. One of the biggest movie stars of the late 20th century, Ford first gained fame in the original Star Wars trilogy, a franchise he was notoriously ambivalent about for the majority of his career. In…    read more 

Han Solo Needs to Be Delayed to December 2018

September 13, 2017    
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[ad_1] Star Wars is taking back December. Episode IX has not only gained a new director in the form of J.J. Abrams, but its release date has moved from May to December 2019. The Christmas window has proved indispensable to the franchise since Disney resurrected it in 2015 – it’s taken future-shouldering reboot The Force Awakens and unprecedented spinoff Rogue One to a shared $3 billion worldwide – so it seemed strange that,…    read more 

Star Wars 9 Is Now On The 4th Version Of Its Script

September 13, 2017    
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[ad_1] Star Wars 9 now has five screenwriters to its name and is on the fourth major version of its script. Today we’re going to take a look at the continued attempts to wrap up the Skywalker Saga in a satisfactory manner. Finishing what he started, J.J. Abrams has come onto Episode IX as director and co-writer with Chris Terrio, replacing the recently departed Colin Trevorrow. There has been a semi-predictable mixed…    read more 

Did Rian Johnson Actually Turn Down Directing Star Wars 9?

[ad_1] Anakin may have been the Chosen One (or is he) in the Star Wars movies, but when it comes to making the films themselves, J.J. Abrams is the one to bring balance to the Force. Just under a week after Colin Trevorrow departed Star Wars Episode 9 in the wake of the all-out failure of The Book of Henry and reports of clashes with Lucasfilm, a replacement has been found in the very familiar…    read more