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Post #1328107

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ShamanWhill
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The Sequels - George's Original Trilogy
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7-Mar-2020, 7:57 PM
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7-Mar-2020, 7:59 PM
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ShamanWhill
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act on instinct said:

You have me in complete agreement there, I would say it’s impossible to leave NO questions unanswered but I’m very interested in the finality of a much more total resolution compared to the previous trilogies.

I’m glad you agree, and I’m sure you’ll love my ideas! I’ve found a perfect way for total finality.

act on instinct said:
I will say there’s going to be a certain point where there just isn’t enough information for the sequels George would have made as those movies were not fully developed. I don’t think it would be absolutely wrong to take good ideas that would make sense from the trilogy and make use of every part of the buffalo here, they weren’t Lucas but they were still made by Lucasfilm and even if the details would change it’s always easier to edit from something than to write from nothing.

Definitely. If Disney turns out to be as greedy as they seem, they will never let us know the real stories for Episodes VII-IX. We hardly have any information to go on, but that tiny amount of info is enough to inspire us. It’s up to us to come up with an engaging and compelling storyline based off the details we know. However, it should be noted that the movies virtually were fully developed. Concept art had been drawn, the stories had been fleshed out by George, and Michael Arndt had written a script for Episode VII. They were fully formed. JJ decided not to use them.

I love your thinking. We should always seek to use every part of the Buffalo. In the past, I have used certain ideas from the Disney trilogy, just because they seemed nice. But they were few and far between. I don’t really see any value in any of the ideas beyond Episode VII. We at least know that movie was based off Michael Arndt’s script, so those things in there we can take.