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RE: Star Wars: Episode 7 - 9/11/2012 8:21:39 PM   
shool


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How about everyone cut out the dissng full stop. Ta.

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RE: Star Wars: Episode 7 - 9/11/2012 8:21:59 PM   
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DB's Tron:Legacy avatar is pretty cool. That is all.


You know it!

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RE: Star Wars: Episode 7 - 9/11/2012 8:23:01 PM   
cerebusboy


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quote:

ORIGINAL: shool

How about everyone cut out the dissng full stop. Ta.


No worries! Even though you called me insane Seriously, the lesson to be learned from Marvel is out-of-the-box thinking - not just phone up Branagh or Favreu or Whedon or whoever.

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RE: Star Wars: Episode 7 - 9/11/2012 8:24:12 PM   
shool


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quote:

ORIGINAL: cerebusboy


quote:

ORIGINAL: shool

How about everyone cut out the dissng full stop. Ta.


No worries! Even though you called me insane Seriously, the lesson to be learned from Marvel is out-of-the-box thinking - not just phone up Branagh or Favreu or Whedon or whoever.


You are insane.

Either that or one of the most skillful trolls I've seen in a while.

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RE: Star Wars: Episode 7 - 9/11/2012 8:24:55 PM   
shool


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quote:

ORIGINAL: darthbane


quote:

ORIGINAL: Darth Marenghi

DB's Tron:Legacy avatar is pretty cool. That is all.


You know it!


Seconded

DB's avatars are always really cool.

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RE: Star Wars: Episode 7 - 9/11/2012 8:27:23 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: cerebusboy


quote:

ORIGINAL: shool

How about everyone cut out the dissng full stop. Ta.


No worries! Even though you called me insane Seriously, the lesson to be learned from Marvel is out-of-the-box thinking - not just phone up Branagh or Favreu or Whedon or whoever.


Please leave Whedon out of this Cheryl Cole/Kevin Smith/Rosie Huntington-Whiteley/Kanye West/Kylie Minogue/Wu-Tang Clan/Nolan/Eminem etc. madness. Thanks.

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To paraphrase the great man himself:

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RE: Star Wars: Episode 7 - 9/11/2012 8:28:12 PM   
cerebusboy


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quote:

ORIGINAL: shool


quote:

ORIGINAL: cerebusboy


quote:

ORIGINAL: shool

How about everyone cut out the dissng full stop. Ta.


No worries! Even though you called me insane Seriously, the lesson to be learned from Marvel is out-of-the-box thinking - not just phone up Branagh or Favreu or Whedon or whoever.


You are insane.

Either that or one of the most skillful trolls I've seen in a while.


I'm not, and have a DSM to prove it Hope that isn't a "steers v queers" style false dichotomy.

I've been here since 2006! I mostly only pop up for a Gothamite superhero I'm not allowed to name or Star Wars threads. And I can argue, in depth, for all my 'insane' opinions. Anyone can spout geek boilerplate; I'm trying to elevate the discourse around here with some imagination.

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RE: Star Wars: Episode 7 - 9/11/2012 8:29:26 PM   
cerebusboy


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quote:

ORIGINAL: vad3r


quote:

ORIGINAL: cerebusboy


quote:

ORIGINAL: shool

How about everyone cut out the dissng full stop. Ta.


No worries! Even though you called me insane Seriously, the lesson to be learned from Marvel is out-of-the-box thinking - not just phone up Branagh or Favreu or Whedon or whoever.


Please leave Whedon out of this Cheryl Cole/Kevin Smith/Rosie Huntington-Whiteley/Kanye West/Kylie Minogue/Wu-Tang Clan/Nolan/Eminem etc. madness. Thanks.


Why, did your uncle tell you he's too busy to direct Episode VII?

Resurrecting Vader and recasting Luke Skywalker with Paul Drano - now THAT's madness!


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RE: Star Wars: Episode 7 - 9/11/2012 8:30:10 PM   
shool


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I have no idea what a DSM is or what the rest of your first sentence means

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RE: Star Wars: Episode 7 - 9/11/2012 8:30:36 PM   
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Seriously, does nobody remember that article on the Dune that was never made, with lots of supposedly 'insane' choices? It would have been ten times better than the film we actually got.

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RE: Star Wars: Episode 7 - 9/11/2012 8:33:31 PM   
cerebusboy


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quote:

ORIGINAL: shool

I have no idea what a DSM is or what the rest of your first sentence means


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diagnostic_and_Statistical_Manual_of_Mental_Disorders

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/False_dilemma

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vyFSdj1J5Vw

Anyway, let's keep this On Topic. Mods should surely lead by example - like Football Team Captains!

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RE: Star Wars: Episode 7 - 9/11/2012 8:33:31 PM   
vad3r


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quote:

ORIGINAL: cerebusboy


quote:

ORIGINAL: vad3r


quote:

ORIGINAL: cerebusboy


quote:

ORIGINAL: shool

How about everyone cut out the dissng full stop. Ta.


No worries! Even though you called me insane Seriously, the lesson to be learned from Marvel is out-of-the-box thinking - not just phone up Branagh or Favreu or Whedon or whoever.


Please leave Whedon out of this Cheryl Cole/Kevin Smith/Rosie Huntington-Whiteley/Kanye West/Kylie Minogue/Wu-Tang Clan/Nolan/Eminem etc. madness. Thanks.


Why, did your uncle tell you he's too busy to direct Episode VII?

Resurrecting Vader and recasting Luke Skywalker with Paul Drano - now THAT's madness!


My uncle is an agent. Agents don't direct films.

Resurrecting Darth Vader is something you were all aboard with many pages ago before we descended into this. Also, Paul Dano would make a great Luke.

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quote:

ORIGINAL: horribleives
To paraphrase the great man himself:

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RE: Star Wars: Episode 7 - 9/11/2012 8:35:02 PM   
shool


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quote:

ORIGINAL: cerebusboy


quote:

ORIGINAL: shool

I have no idea what a DSM is or what the rest of your first sentence means


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diagnostic_and_Statistical_Manual_of_Mental_Disorders

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/False_dilemma

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vyFSdj1J5Vw



Oh! Ok.


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RE: Star Wars: Episode 7 - 9/11/2012 8:35:08 PM   
cerebusboy


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quote:

ORIGINAL: vad3r


quote:

ORIGINAL: cerebusboy


quote:

ORIGINAL: vad3r


quote:

ORIGINAL: cerebusboy


quote:

ORIGINAL: shool

How about everyone cut out the dissng full stop. Ta.


No worries! Even though you called me insane Seriously, the lesson to be learned from Marvel is out-of-the-box thinking - not just phone up Branagh or Favreu or Whedon or whoever.


Please leave Whedon out of this Cheryl Cole/Kevin Smith/Rosie Huntington-Whiteley/Kanye West/Kylie Minogue/Wu-Tang Clan/Nolan/Eminem etc. madness. Thanks.


Why, did your uncle tell you he's too busy to direct Episode VII?

Resurrecting Vader and recasting Luke Skywalker with Paul Drano - now THAT's madness!


My uncle is an agent. Agents don't direct films.

Resurrecting Darth Vader is something you were all aboard with many pages ago before we descended into this. Also, Paul Dano would make a great Luke.


No, but he has insider knowledge, surely? If I had a fictional uncle I'd make sure he knew Joss Whedon

Flashbacks and time travel, not literal ressurection. Recasting Luke is a crazy decision. Would you be in favour of recasting Indiana Jones? The fact that Hamill hasn't done much lately doesn't mean that his Luke Skywalker is any less iconic!


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RE: Star Wars: Episode 7 - 9/11/2012 8:36:22 PM   
horribleives

 

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ORIGINAL: cerebusboy


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What porn names? I'm talking about the bloke with a bum for a face out of Star Wars. And Bollox is as real character too, though I've no idea what he has for a face.


Ponda Baba aka Walrus man? Wasn't it more of a fanny face, or is that predators ? This is silly. There are no bollox in Star Wars. Let's stay on topic.


Wookiepedia begs to differ.
Ridiculously-named robots aside, one thing I'd like to see in the sequels is oh fuck it what's the point. See you in 2015.

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RE: Star Wars: Episode 7 - 9/11/2012 8:37:22 PM   
cerebusboy


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quote:

ORIGINAL: horribleives


quote:

ORIGINAL: cerebusboy


quote:

ORIGINAL: horribleives

What porn names? I'm talking about the bloke with a bum for a face out of Star Wars. And Bollox is as real character too, though I've no idea what he has for a face.


Ponda Baba aka Walrus man? Wasn't it more of a fanny face, or is that predators ? This is silly. There are no bollox in Star Wars. Let's stay on topic.




Wookiepedia begs to differ.
Ridiculously-named robots aside, one thing I'd like to see in the sequels is oh fuck it what's the point. See you in 2015.



http://starwars.wikia.com/wiki/index.php?search=bollox&fulltext=Search

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RE: Star Wars: Episode 7 - 9/11/2012 8:38:15 PM   
horribleives

 

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quote:

ORIGINAL: vad3r


quote:

ORIGINAL: cerebusboy


quote:

ORIGINAL: vad3r


quote:

ORIGINAL: cerebusboy


quote:

ORIGINAL: shool

How about everyone cut out the dissng full stop. Ta.


No worries! Even though you called me insane Seriously, the lesson to be learned from Marvel is out-of-the-box thinking - not just phone up Branagh or Favreu or Whedon or whoever.


Please leave Whedon out of this Cheryl Cole/Kevin Smith/Rosie Huntington-Whiteley/Kanye West/Kylie Minogue/Wu-Tang Clan/Nolan/Eminem etc. madness. Thanks.


Why, did your uncle tell you he's too busy to direct Episode VII?

Resurrecting Vader and recasting Luke Skywalker with Paul Drano - now THAT's madness!


My uncle is an agent. Agents don't direct films.

Resurrecting Darth Vader is something you were all aboard with many pages ago before we descended into this. Also, Paul Dano would make a great Luke.


He's a little young for Episode 7, isn't he?
(Shit, I was just leaving too...)

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RE: Star Wars: Episode 7 - 9/11/2012 8:39:22 PM   
horribleives

 

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quote:

ORIGINAL: cerebusboy


quote:

ORIGINAL: horribleives


quote:

ORIGINAL: cerebusboy


quote:

ORIGINAL: horribleives

What porn names? I'm talking about the bloke with a bum for a face out of Star Wars. And Bollox is as real character too, though I've no idea what he has for a face.


Ponda Baba aka Walrus man? Wasn't it more of a fanny face, or is that predators ? This is silly. There are no bollox in Star Wars. Let's stay on topic.




Wookiepedia begs to differ.
Ridiculously-named robots aside, one thing I'd like to see in the sequels is oh fuck it what's the point. See you in 2015.



http://starwars.wikia.com/wiki/index.php?search=bollox&fulltext=Search


U need to try again.

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RE: Star Wars: Episode 7 - 9/11/2012 8:40:56 PM   
darthbane


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quote:

ORIGINAL: shool


quote:

ORIGINAL: darthbane


quote:

ORIGINAL: Darth Marenghi

DB's Tron:Legacy avatar is pretty cool. That is all.


You know it!


Seconded

DB's avatars are always really cool.


I think I'm developing a man crush!


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RE: Star Wars: Episode 7 - 9/11/2012 8:43:06 PM   
vad3r


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quote:

ORIGINAL: cerebusboy


quote:

ORIGINAL: vad3r


quote:

ORIGINAL: cerebusboy


quote:

ORIGINAL: vad3r


quote:

ORIGINAL: cerebusboy


quote:

ORIGINAL: shool

How about everyone cut out the dissng full stop. Ta.


No worries! Even though you called me insane Seriously, the lesson to be learned from Marvel is out-of-the-box thinking - not just phone up Branagh or Favreu or Whedon or whoever.


Please leave Whedon out of this Cheryl Cole/Kevin Smith/Rosie Huntington-Whiteley/Kanye West/Kylie Minogue/Wu-Tang Clan/Nolan/Eminem etc. madness. Thanks.


Why, did your uncle tell you he's too busy to direct Episode VII?

Resurrecting Vader and recasting Luke Skywalker with Paul Drano - now THAT's madness!


My uncle is an agent. Agents don't direct films.

Resurrecting Darth Vader is something you were all aboard with many pages ago before we descended into this. Also, Paul Dano would make a great Luke.


No, but he has insider knowledge, surely? If I had a fictional uncle I'd make sure he knew Joss Whedon

Flashbacks and time travel, not literal ressurection. Recasting Luke is a crazy decision. Would you be in favour of recasting Indiana Jones? The fact that Hamill hasn't done much lately doesn't mean that his Luke Skywalker is any less iconic!


Of course he has insider knowledge, he's an agent. He wouldn't be a very good one if he had no clue about the biggest movie of this decade. He doesn't share anything with me or anyone else, so this is irrelevant.

Am I in favour of recasting Indiana Jones? Absolutely. Successful franchises don't die if the actor or character dies. Indiana Jones will eventually be re-cast at some point just like everything else.
Do people seriously think we'll never ever see the return of Darth Vader in the many Star Wars films that are going to be made? Laughable.

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ORIGINAL: horribleives
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RE: Star Wars: Episode 7 - 9/11/2012 8:45:34 PM   
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How about...the galaxy was united against being ruled by the fear of the evil Empire, but in the safety of peace, the unity borne of being terrorised has dissipated over the course of forty years, and far from the unity of being afraid, self interest has arisen, as former powerful systems have sought to regain former glories. Rather than respecting the acts of those such as Luke Skywalker, etc, they are relics of an age gone by, and damagingly for Skywalker's efforts to rebuld the Jedi Knighthood, rumour and spite has the galaxy questioning whether the son of anakin skywalker, the hero of the republic who ended up murdering children and helping the emperor terrorise those who surivived the clone wars for decades, is really the moral centre the galaxy requires...

All to come out as snide asides after we join the story as the bad feleling against the skywalkers and the heroes has reached its peak, steps are being taken to capture and question those who are (according to forty years of growing forgetfulness for the galaxy of the truth) at the centre of all that happened and may even have been part of the terror of the past.The 'Wars' this time are borne of the self interest of the constituent systems, not because a single entity of interest is seeking to rule.

Reason for the characters to band together, run, and be pursued, givng Solo, for example the chance to say things like 'Remember the good old days? Looks like they're back...

Not everyone makes it through the first half of the first film, the un-trusted jedi order can't keep the peace in a galaxy where not every inhabitant of every world, and even everybody who has complete of partial jedi training really believes in the ideal of the jedi order keeping the peace. Protecting us? From whom? Protecting us from what?

The Whom/What emerges over the course of the trilogy as planets side with those that share their interests and as such, huge blocs of systems of opposing interests and alliances lead the galaxy into a massive war, because an attack on anyone is considered an attack on all their allies,

Heroes rise in war. So do villains, Those who wish to rule, seek to rule. The ultimate expression of rule is dictatorship and by the final film an quasi empire has developed and the fractured jedi order, having done it;s best to survive and grow while being on it's guard, often on the run from distinctive looking system to distinctive looking system to system to survive, must face the equivalent of sith (or actual sith) elements at the heart of this quasi empire that has arises not out of the evil intent of an individual and cohort, but the dark side inherent in all living beings, who, from their point of view are doing the right thing for them and theirs, and defending them and theirs from those who are not them, or theirs.

A ramble, followed by random dialogue, pre duel popping into my head..

Every civilisation requires a head, son of Skywalker...specifically, yours, as evidence of my loyalty and servitude to the interests of the new order, unfettered by the confused loyalties of those clinging to a past you are the living embodiment of. But not for much longer, boy....

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RE: Star Wars: Episode 7 - 9/11/2012 8:46:36 PM   
vad3r


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quote:

ORIGINAL: horribleives


quote:

ORIGINAL: vad3r


quote:

ORIGINAL: cerebusboy


quote:

ORIGINAL: vad3r


quote:

ORIGINAL: cerebusboy


quote:

ORIGINAL: shool

How about everyone cut out the dissng full stop. Ta.


No worries! Even though you called me insane Seriously, the lesson to be learned from Marvel is out-of-the-box thinking - not just phone up Branagh or Favreu or Whedon or whoever.


Please leave Whedon out of this Cheryl Cole/Kevin Smith/Rosie Huntington-Whiteley/Kanye West/Kylie Minogue/Wu-Tang Clan/Nolan/Eminem etc. madness. Thanks.


Why, did your uncle tell you he's too busy to direct Episode VII?

Resurrecting Vader and recasting Luke Skywalker with Paul Drano - now THAT's madness!


My uncle is an agent. Agents don't direct films.

Resurrecting Darth Vader is something you were all aboard with many pages ago before we descended into this. Also, Paul Dano would make a great Luke.


He's a little young for Episode 7, isn't he?
(Shit, I was just leaving too...)


He'd make a great Luke if Luke is going to be around the same age as when Hamill played him.

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quote:

ORIGINAL: horribleives
To paraphrase the great man himself:

Vad3r won't go anywhere near this.

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RE: Star Wars: Episode 7 - 9/11/2012 8:46:53 PM   
cerebusboy


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quote:

ORIGINAL: vad3r


quote:

ORIGINAL: cerebusboy


quote:

ORIGINAL: vad3r


quote:

ORIGINAL: cerebusboy


quote:

ORIGINAL: vad3r


quote:

ORIGINAL: cerebusboy


quote:

ORIGINAL: shool

How about everyone cut out the dissng full stop. Ta.


No worries! Even though you called me insane Seriously, the lesson to be learned from Marvel is out-of-the-box thinking - not just phone up Branagh or Favreu or Whedon or whoever.


Please leave Whedon out of this Cheryl Cole/Kevin Smith/Rosie Huntington-Whiteley/Kanye West/Kylie Minogue/Wu-Tang Clan/Nolan/Eminem etc. madness. Thanks.


Why, did your uncle tell you he's too busy to direct Episode VII?

Resurrecting Vader and recasting Luke Skywalker with Paul Drano - now THAT's madness!


My uncle is an agent. Agents don't direct films.

Resurrecting Darth Vader is something you were all aboard with many pages ago before we descended into this. Also, Paul Dano would make a great Luke.


No, but he has insider knowledge, surely? If I had a fictional uncle I'd make sure he knew Joss Whedon

Flashbacks and time travel, not literal ressurection. Recasting Luke is a crazy decision. Would you be in favour of recasting Indiana Jones? The fact that Hamill hasn't done much lately doesn't mean that his Luke Skywalker is any less iconic!


Of course he has insider knowledge, he's an agent. He wouldn't be a very good one if he had no clue about the biggest movie of this decade. He doesn't share anything with me or anyone else, so this is irrelevant.

Am I in favour of recasting Indiana Jones? Absolutely. Successful franchises don't die if the actor or character dies. Indiana Jones will eventually be re-cast at some point just like everything else.
Do people seriously think we'll never ever see the return of Darth Vader in the many Star Wars films that are going to be made? Laughable.



Indiana Jones may be recast when HARRISON FORD IS LONG DEAD. Darth Vader might come back in a reboot, but Episode VII is not a rebot. To be clear: are you really in favour of retconning the end of Episode VI? I read comics, so I'm cool with (some!) retcons, but your average movie goer probably would not be.

One solution would be to have films set between Episodes III and IV, but I don't know what you'd call them. But we'll get those films AFTER episode vii viii and ix. Although in comics you do often get issue zero, so maybe an Episode 0 or -3,-2,-1 would be one way to go.


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RE: Star Wars: Episode 7 - 9/11/2012 8:47:31 PM   
cerebusboy


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quote:

ORIGINAL: vad3r


My uncle is an agent. Agents don't direct films.

Resurrecting Darth Vader is something you were all aboard with many pages ago before we descended into this. Also, Paul Dano would make a great Luke.

He's a little young for Episode 7, isn't he?
(Shit, I was just leaving too...)


He'd make a great Luke if Luke is going to be around the same age as when Hamill played him.


Episode VII is thirty to forty years later. Hamill is the perfect age, Dano is too old.

Sorry I just realised that I accidently quoted everything so I've edited. Can we please cut this out try and make things easier to read? Thanks.

< Message edited by cerebusboy -- 9/11/2012 8:49:41 PM >

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RE: Star Wars: Episode 7 - 9/11/2012 8:51:19 PM   
cerebusboy


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ORIGINAL: jobloffski

How about...the galaxy was united against being ruled by the fear of the evil Empire, but in the safety of peace, the unity borne of being terrorised has dissipated over the course of forty years, and far from the unity of being afraid, self interest has arisen, as former powerful systems have sought to regain former glories. Rather than respecting the acts of those such as Luke Skywalker, etc, they are relics of an age gone by, and damagingly for Skywalker's efforts to rebuld the Jedi Knighthood, rumour and spite has the galaxy questioning whether the son of anakin skywalker, the hero of the republic who ended up murdering children and helping the emperor terrorise those who surivived the clone wars for decades, is really the moral centre the galaxy requires...

All to come out as snide asides after we join the story as the bad feleling against the skywalkers and the heroes has reached its peak, steps are being taken to capture and question those who are (according to forty years of growing forgetfulness for the galaxy of the truth) at the centre of all that happened and may even have been part of the terror of the past.The 'Wars' this time are borne of the self interest of the constituent systems, not because a single entity of interest is seeking to rule.

Reason for the characters to band together, run, and be pursued, givng Solo, for example the chance to say things like 'Remember the good old days? Looks like they're back...

Not everyone makes it through the first half of the first film, the un-trusted jedi order can't keep the peace in a galaxy where not every inhabitant of every world, and even everybody who has complete of partial jedi training really believes in the ideal of the jedi order keeping the peace. Protecting us? From whom? Protecting us from what?

The Whom/What emerges over the course of the trilogy as planets side with those that share their interests and as such, huge blocs of systems of opposing interests and alliances lead the galaxy into a massive war, because an attack on anyone is considered an attack on all their allies,

Heroes rise in war. So do villains, Those who wish to rule, seek to rule. The ultimate expression of rule is dictatorship and by the final film an quasi empire has developed and the fractured jedi order, having done it;s best to survive and grow while being on it's guard, often on the run from distinctive looking system to distinctive looking system to system to survive, must face the equivalent of sith (or actual sith) elements at the heart of this quasi empire that has arises not out of the evil intent of an individual and cohort, but the dark side inherent in all living beings, who, from their point of view are doing the right thing for them and theirs, and defending them and theirs from those who are not them, or theirs.

A ramble, followed by random dialogue, pre duel popping into my head..

Every civilisation requires a head, son of Skywalker...specifically, yours, as evidence of my loyalty and servitude to the interests of the new order, unfettered by the confused loyalties of those clinging to a past you are the living embodiment of. But not for much longer, boy....


Great on topic post dude. This thread needs more people like me and you

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RE: Star Wars: Episode 7 - 9/11/2012 8:52:04 PM   
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I'LL NEVER JOIN YOU!!!!!

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RE: Star Wars: Episode 7 - 9/11/2012 8:53:35 PM   
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How about everyone cut out the dissng full stop. Ta.


No worries! Even though you called me insane Seriously, the lesson to be learned from Marvel is out-of-the-box thinking - not just phone up Branagh or Favreu or Whedon or whoever.


Please leave Whedon out of this Cheryl Cole/Kevin Smith/Rosie Huntington-Whiteley/Kanye West/Kylie Minogue/Wu-Tang Clan/Nolan/Eminem etc. madness. Thanks.


Why, did your uncle tell you he's too busy to direct Episode VII?

Resurrecting Vader and recasting Luke Skywalker with Paul Drano - now THAT's madness!


My uncle is an agent. Agents don't direct films.

Resurrecting Darth Vader is something you were all aboard with many pages ago before we descended into this. Also, Paul Dano would make a great Luke.


No, but he has insider knowledge, surely? If I had a fictional uncle I'd make sure he knew Joss Whedon

Flashbacks and time travel, not literal ressurection. Recasting Luke is a crazy decision. Would you be in favour of recasting Indiana Jones? The fact that Hamill hasn't done much lately doesn't mean that his Luke Skywalker is any less iconic!


Of course he has insider knowledge, he's an agent. He wouldn't be a very good one if he had no clue about the biggest movie of this decade. He doesn't share anything with me or anyone else, so this is irrelevant.

Am I in favour of recasting Indiana Jones? Absolutely. Successful franchises don't die if the actor or character dies. Indiana Jones will eventually be re-cast at some point just like everything else.
Do people seriously think we'll never ever see the return of Darth Vader in the many Star Wars films that are going to be made? Laughable.



Indiana Jones may be recast when HARRISON FORD IS LONG DEAD. Darth Vader might come back in a reboot, but Episode VII is not a rebot. To be clear: are you really in favour of retconning the end of Episode VI? I read comics, so I'm cool with (some!) retcons, but your average movie goer probably would not be.

One solution would be to have films set between Episodes III and IV, but I don't know what you'd call them. But we'll get those films AFTER episode vii viii and ix. Although in comics you do often get issue zero, so maybe an Episode 0 or -3,-2,-1 would be one way to go.


So Harry has to die before Indy is re-cast? What if studios want a new Indy film when he's 80? Will they replace granddad with someone who can still run without CGI?

I have no problem with retconning the end of Episode Vl and I'm sure the average movie goer won't either. The only ones who will are the fanboys. Will they still pay to see Episode 7? Yes. Everyone wins.

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RE: Star Wars: Episode 7 - 9/11/2012 8:58:03 PM   
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How about...the galaxy was united against being ruled by the fear of the evil Empire, but in the safety of peace, the unity borne of being terrorised has dissipated over the course of forty years, and far from the unity of being afraid, self interest has arisen, as former powerful systems have sought to regain former glories. Rather than respecting the acts of those such as Luke Skywalker, etc, they are relics of an age gone by, and damagingly for Skywalker's efforts to rebuld the Jedi Knighthood, rumour and spite has the galaxy questioning whether the son of anakin skywalker, the hero of the republic who ended up murdering children and helping the emperor terrorise those who surivived the clone wars for decades, is really the moral centre the galaxy requires...

All to come out as snide asides after we join the story as the bad feleling against the skywalkers and the heroes has reached its peak, steps are being taken to capture and question those who are (according to forty years of growing forgetfulness for the galaxy of the truth) at the centre of all that happened and may even have been part of the terror of the past.The 'Wars' this time are borne of the self interest of the constituent systems, not because a single entity of interest is seeking to rule.

Reason for the characters to band together, run, and be pursued, givng Solo, for example the chance to say things like 'Remember the good old days? Looks like they're back...

Not everyone makes it through the first half of the first film, the un-trusted jedi order can't keep the peace in a galaxy where not every inhabitant of every world, and even everybody who has complete of partial jedi training really believes in the ideal of the jedi order keeping the peace. Protecting us? From whom? Protecting us from what?

The Whom/What emerges over the course of the trilogy as planets side with those that share their interests and as such, huge blocs of systems of opposing interests and alliances lead the galaxy into a massive war, because an attack on anyone is considered an attack on all their allies,

Heroes rise in war. So do villains, Those who wish to rule, seek to rule. The ultimate expression of rule is dictatorship and by the final film an quasi empire has developed and the fractured jedi order, having done it;s best to survive and grow while being on it's guard, often on the run from distinctive looking system to distinctive looking system to system to survive, must face the equivalent of sith (or actual sith) elements at the heart of this quasi empire that has arises not out of the evil intent of an individual and cohort, but the dark side inherent in all living beings, who, from their point of view are doing the right thing for them and theirs, and defending them and theirs from those who are not them, or theirs.

A ramble, followed by random dialogue, pre duel popping into my head..

Every civilisation requires a head, son of Skywalker...specifically, yours, as evidence of my loyalty and servitude to the interests of the new order, unfettered by the confused loyalties of those clinging to a past you are the living embodiment of. But not for much longer, boy....


Great on topic post dude. This thread needs more people like me and you



You can't be serious.

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RE: Star Wars: Episode 7 - 9/11/2012 9:38:58 PM   
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Vader will not be resurrected nor time-travel to be in VII. If any of the characters from Jedi return, they will not be recast. Put your mortgage on it.

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RE: Star Wars: Episode 7 - 9/11/2012 10:29:19 PM   
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How about the new Jedi/New republic faced a completely different type of enemy. How about shapeshifters (already seen in AOTC), Infiltrating the lives of the heroes. A new trilogy focusing on paranoia, doubt and fear rather than simple good versus evil

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