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ZitatBack in November, the Los Angeles Times reported that Man of Steel and 300 director Zack Snyder said he had no interest in directing the hotly anticipated seventh Star Wars film. But Vulture has learned that while this may be specifically true -- he won't be doing Episode VII -- it was a bit of misdirection: He is in fact developing a Star Wars project for Lucasfilm that is set within the series' galaxy, though parallel to the next trilogy. It will be an as-yet-untitled Jedi epic loosely based on Akira Kurosawa's 1954 classic Seven Samurai, with the ronin and katana being replaced by the Force-wielding knights and their iconic lightsabers. (Go ahead, say it -- you know you want to: " ... an elegant weapon, for a more civilized age." Felt good, didn't it?)It's not clear just where Snyder's untitled Jedi film would fall within the Star Wars chronology, »
Zitat von: Shodan nach 14 Januar 2013, 22:07:40Zack Snyder entwickelt wohl einen Star Wars-Film außerhalb der neuen Trilogie.
ZitatZack Snyder is not traveling to a galaxy far, far away. At least, not right now.According to Snyder's rep, a report this morning that the Man of Steel director is developing a standalone Star Wars project that would be loosely based on the 1954 masterpiece Seven Samurai is not true."While he is super flattered because he is a huge fan," states the rep, "Zack is not involved in any way with Star Wars. He is currently in post [production] on his two films, Man of Steel and 300: Battle of Artemisia." This doesn't necessarily mean that Snyder will never work on a Star Wars movie. But with his plate so packed at the moment, Snyder just does not have the time to devote to developing anything at the scope of a Star Wars movie.ew.com/Imdb.com
Zitat von: StS nach 26 Dezember 2012, 10:47:08J.J. Abrams Turned Down Star Wars: Episode VIISource: Empire, December 26, 2012While we may get some new updates on Star Wars: Episode VII in early 2013, it won't be that Star Trek Into Darkness director J.J. Abrams will be at the helm.Speaking to Empire magazine, Abrams said he will be sticking to the "Star Trek" franchise. "I guess the franchises could go up against each other, but I'm not thinking that far ahead! I'm a huge fan of Star Wars, Empire and Jedi, and the idea of the world continuing is exciting and will be amazing. Kathy Kennedy is a friend and there are no smarter producers. It's in great hands."He added that "there were the very early conversations and I quickly said that because of my loyalty to Star Trek, and also just being a fan, I wouldn't even want to be involved in the next version of those things. I declined any involvement very early on. I'd rather be in the audience not knowing what was coming, rather than being involved in the minutiae of making them."
ZitatJ.J. Abrams will direct the next "Star Wars" film for Disney, taking stewardship of one of Hollywood's most iconic and lucrative film franchises, an individual with knowledge of the production told TheWrap.
Zitat von: Mr. Blonde nach 25 Januar 2013, 00:31:05Warsies (wie nennt man die denn?)
Zitat von: Roughale nach 25 Januar 2013, 15:05:03Ist das eigentlich Jar Jar Abrams? :LOL:
Zitat von: Moonshade nach 25 Januar 2013, 16:14:10gibt es sicherlich schlimmere Deppen als Abrams, Len Wiseman z.B.!
Zitat von: RoboLuster nach 6 Februar 2013, 20:51:43Eine Real Serie ist ja auch schon geplant, und ich finde es einfach nur Arschgeil. Danke Disney, und zum Teufel mit allen anderen, die sich gegen neue Star Wars Filme, Serien und what ever stellen.^^
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