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If by chance they do bring Hamill, Fisher and Ford back...

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If by chance they do bring Hamill, Fisher and Ford back...

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Kaisernick
11.06.2012 , 01:45 PM | #11
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but donít be surprised if his contract includes a mandatory death scene for the sly old space smuggler.
ohhh that wouldn't go down well at all, can you imagine people would burn down Disney

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JacenHallis
11.06.2012 , 03:46 PM | #12
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ohhh that wouldn't go down well at all, can you imagine people would burn down Disney
As long as the scene is poignant, has a purpose, and he goes out like the bada** he is, I wouldn't have a problem with it.
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VicSkimmr
11.06.2012 , 03:50 PM | #13
I feel like if Han Solo has a happy ending, Disney has failed. At the very least, he should sacrifice himself to save lots of people, but I would much rather him get betrayed and go down fighting, potentially causing his son/daughter to turn to the dark side.
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simplius
11.06.2012 , 03:54 PM | #14
for cameos,,yes that would be good

but as lead roles? i hope not,,they need A LOT of energy for that

it hink it will be GREAT anyway,,3 years and counting

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simplius
11.06.2012 , 04:02 PM | #15
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ohhh that wouldn't go down well at all, can you imagine people would burn down Disney
ummm if ANYONE has experience in making this,,its disney,,they can deliver the most delicate material

in a family friendly way,,its basically their bread and butter,,dont worry,,itll work

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akdonkey
11.06.2012 , 05:02 PM | #16
They said on GMA this morning that All Three Hamill, Fisher and Ford signed on to reprise their former roles in the new Saga. I had hoped that they would not have touched the Original stories in any form and gone a new fresh route. Hopefully its just small roles of parents handing off to the kids.

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maxetius
11.06.2012 , 05:41 PM | #17
Just call it Star Fan Service Wars and be done with it.

Except fan service wouldn't take a steaming dump on thousands and thousands of written pages of the expanded universe.

lol, this is not going to end well no matter which way you cut it.

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TheBBP
11.07.2012 , 02:10 AM | #18
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They said on GMA this morning that All Three Hamill, Fisher and Ford signed on to reprise their former roles in the new Saga. I had hoped that they would not have touched the Original stories in any form and gone a new fresh route. Hopefully its just small roles of parents handing off to the kids.
Odd that I can't find news on this anywhere. You'd think that news that big would be pretty wide-spread.
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Thylbanus
11.07.2012 , 02:59 AM | #19
Quote: Originally Posted by akdonkey View Post
They said on GMA this morning that All Three Hamill, Fisher and Ford signed on to reprise their former roles in the new Saga. I had hoped that they would not have touched the Original stories in any form and gone a new fresh route. Hopefully its just small roles of parents handing off to the kids.
That is just rumor. Mark and Carrie met with George in August for lunch and, while there, he pitched them on the idea of VII, VIII, and IX. Then Harrison said he would have to see a script and know who the director will be before he signs on. There is speculation that he will require a write in to kill Han off as was intended in VI, but that is just speculation. The closest thing we have to anything sure, is Matt Vaughn directing, and that is just a firm "maybe." All else is fan speculation.

Unless you can post a link to a viable news source that is. Here is the GMA that you spoke of and it doesn't say anything like what you claim. Just that they are open to the idea. Far cry from signing on.
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Captain_Zone
11.07.2012 , 03:02 AM | #20
From what I've heard, Harrison Ford keeps in shape, so he should be good to go. Mark Hamill could stand to lose about 15 to 20 pounds and hit the gym, and Carrie Fisher needs a personal trainer to get back in shape enough to play Leia again.

Either that, or they CG them like in Tron: Legacy or like puny Steve Rogers in Captain America.
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