JJ Abrams Discusses Writer Change

Recently there was news that Michael Ardnt had backed out of the project but no one really knew why. In a recent article with Deadline Abrams discusses the time frame as the reason for changing writers. “It became clear that given the time frame and given the process and the way the thing was going that working with Larry in this way was going to get us where we need to be and when we needed to be,” “Working with Michael was a wonderful experience and I couldn’t be a bigger fan of his or adore him more, He’s a wonderful … Continue reading JJ Abrams Discusses Writer Change

JJ Abrams Reveals That Star Wars Episode VII Will Follow Original Trilogy Tones

Much of the success of the original Star Wars trilogy leaned on certain simple aspects that the prequels lacked. One of those is the rugged, western style feel. It seemed that the ships in the galaxy for example, (The Millennium Falcon) were well used and appeared to be hundreds of years old. The other is the fact that everything seemed so mysterious such as the force and how exactly Anakin Skywalker became Darth Vader. Director JJ Abrams has recently stated that he will be following these tones because he knows these small but important factors kept fans so fascinated by … Continue reading JJ Abrams Reveals That Star Wars Episode VII Will Follow Original Trilogy Tones

Episode VII Is to Remain On Schedule For Summer 2015

So a lot of drama has been running around the Episode VII project with Michael Arndt leaving the project. Many delays have been made in the project and one of the rumors is that Episode VII is going to be setback til December 2015, which from the Disney plans we covered, the movie is due for release is Summer 2015. Now, according to The Hollywood Reporter, Kathleen Kennedy wanted to push the Episode VII til 2016 but Disney CEO is still pushing for the 2015 release. According to those close to the project, producer Kathleen Kennedy and most of the film’s creative team … Continue reading Episode VII Is to Remain On Schedule For Summer 2015

Star Wars Episode 7 Already Projected to Make $1.2 Billion

With Disney’s release of the Lone Ranger this weekend, many expected this movie to be huge, instead, it was a huge flop which is expected to have a loss of $150-190 million in losses. You would think that stocks would have gone down due to this flop, but on Monday stocks actually went up and are expected to continue to rise and it’s due to Star Wars Episode 7. Even though the movie is not due to come out til 2015, they are already counting their profits that the film will make. According to Credit Suisse’s Michael Senn: $1.2 billion in … Continue reading Star Wars Episode 7 Already Projected to Make $1.2 Billion