sparkart wrote:For me, I think it's because Harrison Ford is so big, that his earthly celebrity clashes with the long time ago, far, far away-ness that's supposed to be Star Wars.
Flynn wrote:sparkart wrote:For me, I think it's because Harrison Ford is so big, that his earthly celebrity clashes with the long time ago, far, far away-ness that's supposed to be Star Wars.
Like Peter Cushing and Alec Guinness?
sparkart wrote:When I was a kid, I knew a little of Cushing from Hammer movies and I didn't know Sir Guinness, at all. It was easy for me to buy into their Star Wars characters.
lego the hutt wrote:Haven't heard if Mark Hamill has signed on officially yet but apparently he is supposed to be the master and there will be a new apprentice so I'm sure they will throw enough money at him to make him do it.
Oh wow that's kind of cool, I look forward to that story-some terrible reporter by the name of Alan Orange ' wrote:Mark Hamill then went onto "sort of" confirm the recent news that this new trilogy, directed by J.J. Abrams, would be based around the Skywalker-Solo children, and that he will take on the Obi Wan role this time out.
Oh, so, that wasn't even remotely a confirmation, because Mark really has no idea because no one has talked to him directly about this project yet, so it's all still a guessing game-then while directly quoting Mark Hamill he wrote:I'm assuming, because I haven't talked to the writers,
and then, very definitively with no real basis, he wrote:Star Wars: Episode VII comes to theaters in 2015 and stars Harrison Ford, Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher, Billy Dee Williams, Anthony Daniels, Peter Mayhew.
buriedbybricks wrote:At this point, the only thing I'm believing is Disney wants to make more money.
I keep waiting for the Abrams confirmation to fall through due to "scheduling conflicts", "creative differences" or "witchcraft".
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