Discussion in 'Entertainment, Culture, and Sports' started by Jr Mouse, Oct 30, 2012.
You realize Disney also owns Marvel right?
Incredibles was fantastic. Good call.
So the news today is saying that there will be 3 younger leads, with some "very familiar faces" and it's set 30 years before The Empire Strikes Back.
If it's 30 years before tESB, then how many years is that before A New Hope? Also, if it's in the past like that, I assume we will not see the old actors? But the news articles also bring up the rumors about Hamill, Ford, and Fisher reprising their old roles.
A former coworker had Mark Hamill visit his college once. He said one Star Wars fan started crying when he walked in the room. Hamill was a good sport about answering a bunch of Star Wars questions, and also taking the requests that he would always be expected to asked like "Can you do the Joker laugh??" He seems like a cool dude if you ask me.
It's actually set 30 years after 'Return of the Jedi'
will that be in earth years or tatooine years?
How are Tatooine years charted? Two suns - rotation around 1? both? That'd be some messed up shiz.
All movies for children, thanks for proving my point.
It is DISNEY.
It's like advocating for crap by saying afterall it's CRAP. Yea we know, that's why we are keeping our expectations in line.
and all those great reviews of all those movies were written by children, right? let's just completely disregard all the adults w/o children who went and saw those movies and enjoyed them and forget about the fact that the og star wars were kids movies to begin with.
VI episode was catered to kids(Ewoks), and that's why it was WORST part of OT
what makes you say that for example ESB(V) was kid movie ?
the point still stands
You people sure love to complain.
These are the same people who've watched every episode of The Walking Dead for the past four years yet still whine about it on a weekly basis. What do you expect?
Toy Story and The Incredibles were Pixar movies, done before Disney completely took over Pixar. Therefore, they don't count. You want to list Pixar movies that began production after the merger, then you're limited to Cars 2 (absolute shit), Brave (slightly better shit) and Monsters University (inoffensive enough to call crap, rather than shit).
And Tron? Really? Watch that today and tell me with a straight face that it's a good movie. Go on, I'll wait.
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