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    Quote Originally Posted by PhDeac View Post
    Read the article.
    Lucas.

    Shocker.

    I was under the assumption he had given up creative control as part of the sale.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marquee moon View Post
    Lucas.

    Shocker.

    I was under the assumption he had given up creative control as part of the sale.
    You serious?

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    Quote Originally Posted by marquee moon View Post
    Lucas.

    Shocker.

    I was under the assumption he had given up creative control as part of the sale.
    Read it for real this time, it was Scorsese.

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    george lucas does not have control of the SW franchise

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    Quote Originally Posted by ImTheCaptain View Post
    george lucas does not have control of the SW franchise


    MEESA RELIEVED BIG TIME

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    Star Wars fans should be more concerned with Colin Trevorrow, who is directing Episode 9 and made what appears to be a laughably terrible movie - The Book of Henry. It currently sits at 23% on RT, and had this amazing review written about it:

    http://www.esquire.com/entertainment...-henry-review/

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    LucasFilm is owned and controlled by the House of Mouse. Disney is not known for giving directors open-ended permission to do whatever their creative hearts desire (thus, the ongoing decline of Pixar since Disney bought it). George Lucas has nothing to do with it, he is just hanging out at Skywalker Ranch taking regular swims in the giant Scrooge McDuck pool of cash that Disney paid him for Lucasfilm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shooshmoo View Post
    Star Wars fans should be more concerned with Colin Trevorrow, who is directing Episode 9 and made what appears to be a laughably terrible movie - The Book of Henry. It currently sits at 23% on RT, and had this amazing review written about it:

    http://www.esquire.com/entertainment...-henry-review/
    tl;dr

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shooshmoo View Post
    Star Wars fans should be more concerned with Colin Trevorrow, who is directing Episode 9 and made what appears to be a laughably terrible movie - The Book of Henry. It currently sits at 23% on RT, and had this amazing review written about it:

    http://www.esquire.com/entertainment...-henry-review/
    Jurrasic World was fun and they hired him back for 2; safety not guaranteed was a fine indie flick,

    *edited because I was wrong
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    Look at the big brainer on the mainer

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    that review really makes me want to see the book of henry

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    Quote Originally Posted by ImTheCaptain View Post
    Jurrasic World was fun and they hired him back for 2; safety not guaranteed was a fine indie flick,

    he was just producer and writer on Henry, so YMMV
    you have this backwards, fyi

    Trevorrow was director on The Book of Henry, but did not write or produce. He's also not slated to direct Jurassic World 2 (though he did write it).

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedSoxFaithful View Post
    you have this backwards, fyi

    Trevorrow was director on The Book of Henry, but did not write or produce.
    ah, i do indeed

    #winning

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    Seems like these anthology films have more to do with the story/screenplay than who's directing. Trevorrow should be fine for EpIX. For example, it's not like JJ Abrams (or anyone else) could've made the prequels any better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ImTheCaptain View Post
    Jurrasic World was fun and they hired him back for 2; safety not guaranteed was a fine indie flick,

    he was just producer and writer on Henry, so YMMV
    Nah, he was the Director. The new JP was overrated. Safety Not Guaranteed just ok.

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    right, no way disney is letting things too far off the track with these films

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    Quote Originally Posted by CantStandYa View Post
    For example, it's not like JJ Abrams (or anyone else) could've made the prequels any better.
    I completely disagree with that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shooshmoo View Post
    I completely disagree with that.
    JJ abrams' 'best' movie at the time Phantom Menace came out was Armageddon

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