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View Poll Results: Your opinion on a star wars tv series...?
IT WILL BE GREAT... I CANNOT WAIT, WOOHOO !!!! 4 13.33%
Will be okay... we will see when it comes out 17 56.67%
I have no interested in watching a tv series of star wars 4 13.33%
I love the movies but I think the series will be disappointing 3 10.00%
I dont like the star wars movies but I will give series a chance 2 6.67%
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Old 2006-08-21, 20:17   Link #21
Shakugan no Shana
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Wow....

Me personally, I Hate and I love Star Wars. LOL!
There Are some things I like, some things I hate. I dislike Ep 1-3. I like 4-6 Most =/ ... It's like the first 3 aren't.... The same as the 4,5 and 6.... Get me?
But hey, I'm interested in watching this!
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Old 2006-08-21, 20:42   Link #22
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I heard that at one point Bobba Fette was going to be the main character.

It's something I heard ages ago, so I'm probably wrong. I guess Lucas ditched the idea.
Now if Boba Fett was the main character then I'd be excited. That's instant hype...they need to change it to that.
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Old 2006-08-22, 07:12   Link #23
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well its ment to be lots of jedi escaping from some sort of prison i think.

So if boba fett is in it he will most likely be the one hunting them down... since there are hunders of him im sure he will make regular appareances
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Old 2006-08-22, 11:19   Link #24
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well its ment to be lots of jedi escaping from some sort of prison i think.

So if boba fett is in it he will most likely be the one hunting them down... since there are hunders of him im sure he will make regular appareances
Lots? lmao! Yay I get to see lots of "Zzzmmmmm Zooommm zippyy" LOL!
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Old 2018-05-13, 19:46   Link #25
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Jon Favreauís Star Wars series will be set between
Return of the Jedi and The Force Awakens:


"Solo: A Star Wars Story premiered last night, and on the red carpet, Iron Man director
Jon Favreau revealed a bit of news about his upcoming live-action Star Wars show: itíll
be set in the period between Return of the Jedi and The Force Awakens.

Favreau spoke with Nerdist senior editor Dan Casey on the red carpet, telling him that
the show will specifically be set three years after the Battle of Endor in Return of the
Jedi, and that itíll feature new characters utilizing the same sort of motion capture
technology that he used in his live-action adaptation of The Jungle Book. He also
indicated that half of the show has already been written."


"The as-of-yet-untitled live action show will join the recently announced Star Wars:
Resistance, in the post-Return of the Jedi era of the franchise. Resistance will be the
third animated Star Wars show from Dave Filoni, who created The Clone Wars and
Star Wars: Rebels. Filoni was also on the red carpet last night, but didnít divulge any
details about the series, other than to say that he is excited about the new art style
that the show will have.

The 30-year period between original and sequel trilogies is one thatís ripe for new
material, especially after Lucasfilm decided to render the pre-Disney works non-canon
back in 2014. Beginning in 1991 with Timothy Zahnís Heir to the Empire, the
Expanded Universe continued the post-Return of the Jedi era with an extensive series
of novels and comics. That period has slowly been replaced with a new series of
works, such as Chuck Wendigís Aftermath trilogy (set a year after Return of the Jedi)
and Delilah S. Dawsonís Phasma (set 26 years after Return of the Jedi)."

See:

https://www.theverge.com/2018/5/11/1...ng-time-period
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Old 2018-08-06, 22:46   Link #26
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The Live-Action Star Wars Show Will Reportedly Be Very Expensive:

"Presented only as an offhand comment rather than an official reveal, the Times
reports the Star Wars series will run for 10 episodes, with an estimated budget for the
series clocking in at a hefty $100 million, or pretty much $10 million an episode. That
would put the series as one of the priciest TV shows around in a world of rapidly-
spiraling TV production costs, as prestige dramas become grander in the age of peak
TV. For comparison, the $10 million an episode is on par with reports about the cost
per episode of Game of Thronesí penultimate season, although Variety reported last
year that the final seasonís six episodes will have an eye-watering budget of $15
million each. Dragons: they donít come cheap!"


"An allegedly massive budget for a Star Wars series makes senseóand not just from
the production standpoint of needing tons of CG, lots of sets, and costuming additions
like weird aliens, suits of armor, and all the other things that make Star Wars look like
Star Wars. This is going to be the first live-action TV show in the Star Wars universe.
Disney is going to want it to look as close to the films as it can, and as good as the
films, so itís probably more than worth splashing the money on it to entice fans to
sign up for yet another streaming service. After all, a slick-looking Star Wars show is
an ally as powerful as the Force itself."

See:

https://io9.gizmodo.com/the-live-act...ery-1828132353
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Old 2018-08-06, 22:56   Link #27
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That's a lot of money Disney. You and Lucasfilm got this, right?
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