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Anakin Starkiller

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#1281750
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Lucasfilm's movie plans post Ep. IX
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OutboundFlight said:

One thing about the Old Republic era I’d like for them to “fix” is to create a substantial gap in technology. They don’t have to ruin the feel of SW, but the ships could be smaller and hyperspace much slower. Space, in general, would feel more dangerous. Although the Jedi and Sith would be greater in number, there would be less republic and empire. If that makes sense.

Couldn’t’ve said it better myself. It needs to look ancient.

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#1280470
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Lucasfilm's movie plans post Ep. IX
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FWIW, Curse of the Black Pearl used many ideas from a cancelled Monkey Island movie.

I personally love having a SW movie every year so long as it’s not always a new Episode. I do think with the saga over, though, they should ease up on it. Personally I would’ve had two years between Episodes like the other two trilogies, with two more spinoffs in between to compensate for a good 7 years of annual SW, and then nothing for a good five years afterwards.

Lucasfilm should definitely try dabbling in other IPs they have.

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#1278105
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The Sequel Radical Redux Ideas Thread (Radical Ideas Welcome).
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The other thing that might be reworkable is I remember RL suggesting phrasing to the effect of the New Republic doesn’t want to start another war. I’m kinda weighing whether I like that or the complacency angle better.

Don’t know who RL is, but not wanting another war is definitely more interesting than complacency, as that would be a retread of how the previous Republic fell.

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#1277978
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<em>Star Wars: The Clone Wars</em> To Return With New Episodes
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bromeo said:

I’ve never been that interested in TCW or Rebels, but I could easily imagine myself jumping in if there were movie edits of the shows. Does anyone know if there’s someone in our midst who is / has been juggling with this kind of an idea? A story arc in a single movie or two with all the filler cut out? To me, that would probably be the most enjoyable way of watching (or just look up all the filler episodes and skip them).

I always watch filler because one man’s trash is another man’s treasure, so I think I should see everything for myself to form my own opinion. I encourage everyone else to do the same.