Kathleen Kennedy released a statement about the new movie.
Star Wars: Episode VII
Or at least that’s what she says.
He also explains why he initially turned down “Star Wars.”
“I think it’s going to happen,” Ford says.
Film Buff Online reports that the actor has been asked back.
“I learned firsthand how incredible and persuasive she is,” Abrams said.
He’s not signed on to stick to “Star Wars: Episode VII’s” 2015 release date.
An inside source says that Abrams has finally taken the coveted directing gig.
He wants Brad Bird to direct the film.
“There were the very early conversations,” he reveals.
Plus, Mark Hamill talks about potentially being involved in the movie.
Kasdan is best known for co-writing “Star Wars: Episode V — The Empire Strikes Back.”
Brad Bird won’t sit in the director’s chair, but Colin Trevorrow might.
Producer Frank Marshall knows who Disney wants to direct, but he’s not saying.
A new rumor claims that Disney wants Darth Vader back in the new “Star Wars” movie.
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Meanwhile, Jon Favreau and Colin Trevorrow seem interested in directing the movie.
Now we just need to know who will direct the movie.
“I just think doing [episodes] seven, eight and nine is just a slippery slope,” he says.
Disney plans to pitch the movies to Brad Bird, Steven Spielberg and J.J. Abrams.