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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Wu, May 31, 2016.
Did you watch Rebels?
While ep5 was being developed Lucas started sketching out ideas for sequels, saying in an interview with Time (I think) that he envisioned star wars as a perennial series with new movies coming out every few years. Like the circus coming to town, or a roadshow, etc. The idea of a trilogy came about only after Empire, due to Lucas' marriage falling apart and other factors. He decided to wrap everything up as fast as he could.
Episode 6 was originally going to be about rescuing Han, nothing more was planned before Lucas decided to end the franchise with the third movie.
Episode 7 was about finding Luke's sister, with both him and Vader searching for her, having run ins on the way, etc
Episode 8 was about both siblings redeeming their dad
Episode 9 was about the skywaloer family coming together to overthrow the emperor.
But the later you go in the series the more fluid the ideas and iffy the details. It wasn't long before Lucas just said screw it.
An oldie but a goodie
Hit me with your dream castings, Star Wars thread.
That’s a bad idea
Maybe it will explain the continuity dumpster fire left by season 4
R2D2 as Chopper.
Don't believe the rumor
Yeah, not sure I want that. Would rather they do a live action show with some of the characters but I want the movies to break some new ground.
why are they so afraid to explore another time period.
It’s like they’re trying to apply the Disney “live action” remake principle to SW
it would fail miserably
Because a lot of American's are dumb and fear change.
care to go further on this?
I have a bad feeling about this.
it’s a trap!
Rebels is near enough to the OT to pepper them into Mandalorian without doing a Rebels-specific show. They already brought in Dark Saber and are being Ashoka in next season.
Rebels had some awful and annoying characters.
Specifically Ezra and Freddie Prinze, Jr.
Miniseries with Rosario as Ashoka - her adventures, along the way discovers there’s a Skywalker alive. Idk, I just like the idea of Luke and Ashoka crossing paths.
You're a fucking clown. Kanan's story arc is one of the best in all Star Wars media
I could have him confused but I think he’s the same guy who said he never watched the show beyond clips on youtube.
That’s how I watch all the Final Destination movies
I question your sanity if you believe some cartoon character's story arc is "one of the best" in the entire catalog of Star Wars.
Seriously get yourself checked out.
I'm going to kindly ask you to go fuck yourself sideways.
Ezra is a whiny bitch and by far the worst part of that show
Freddie Prinze Jr's story arc is not even the best out of all the cartoons they have done. I think the Star Wars Christmas movie had more compelling content.
if I was a Rebel leader and knew there was a powerful force user out there somewhere, I probably wouldn’t wait until after Endor to go looking for him. Might have mentioned Missing Guy to the other super powerful Jedi who fell into my lap, maybe had that guy talk to the ass kicking ex-Jedi who also is hanging out with us, idk
Ahsoka has the best story arc in all of Star Wars and it’s not really close imo.
I consider Ahsoka and her arc more TCW than Rebels.
I meant the entire Star Wars series. I worded it incorrectly and will fix it.
Freddie Prinz Jr for Kanan
This is what people who never watched the Christmas special say
Jar Jar has the best story arc. Dude goes from being a bumbling idiot nobody to a bumbling idiot politician.
Just George's genius to have art imitate life
It's probably the most real world accurate story in the star wars universe like by a country mile though
Would be nice if Disney learns their fucking lesson and just does a new trilogy or just give some good one off stories.
SW version of Veep with Jar Jar
Let's see how the reception to High Republic stuff is.
This is like a legitimately good idea
Who's in charge of that project?