Disney's .... Star Wars VII?

I know you are tempted to ask yourself the age old question: If there really was some all-knowing, all-powerful God, then how could he let George Lucas ruin so many people's lives?

It's a legit point. But just remember: Absolute Evil is evidence of Absolute Good.

I present to you Absolute Evil:

The Walt Disney Company announced today it has agreed to acquire Lucasfilm and is planning Star Wars Episode 7 for 2015! In a conference call, Disney revealed that they are planning a new trilogy starting in 2015 with a new movie coming every other year.
Yes, there is a God. I know this because George Lucas is His opposite corollary in the universe.

Posted by: Rusty at 04:39 PM

Comments

1 HAN SHOT FIRST!

Posted by: Pizza the Hut at October 30, 2012 04:52 PM

2 If Disney distributes it, Jarjar Binks himself will direct the movie. It will be utter mind rot.

Posted by: Gork at October 30, 2012 05:03 PM

3 More good news.......There's a remake of RED DAWN coming out....all the characters are human, you can follow the plot....like super easy .....Remember Powers Boothe...He was kind of like Yoda..Charlie Sheen was like Luke.....Patrick Swayze was like Han........
C. Thomas Howell was like that pilot in the first Star Wars film who kept saying "Stay on Target" over and over again...then got killed ................................. AND THEY ARE MAKING A NEW ONE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

The Heck with Star Wars.......
WOLVERINES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Posted by: John has a long moustache at October 30, 2012 05:18 PM

4 Absolute evil would be if they were making robo-calls to bug people about their stupid film.

Posted by: Mark at October 30, 2012 05:28 PM

5 In all fairness, Disney has done a great job with the James Bond 007 franchise. If they do THAT kind of a reboot, it could be good.

Posted by: Pizza the Hut at October 30, 2012 05:56 PM

6 Even more frightening: "Lucas said that he has story treatments for Episodes Seven, Eight and Nine in the space opera and that he was going to hand that 'treasure trove' of intellectual property over to Lucasfilm’s Kathleen Kennedy."

Treasure trove???? Smells more like Bantha dung with a hint of blasted jawas.

Please Disney, lock up that intellectual property in Walt's cryo-chamber for the next 100 years.

Posted by: Kalifornia Kafir at October 30, 2012 09:37 PM

7 so in red dawn the scene where .Patrick Swayze had everyone pee in the radiator was that like when Han had everyone hide in the smugglers bins... which we all know would have easily showed up on the scans.

Posted by: darthsmeag at October 30, 2012 10:03 PM

8 If they hire real screenwriters and a real director, just keep George on as Executive Producer, maybe, just maybe they'll be worth watching.

Posted by: Legionnaire of the Banned at October 30, 2012 10:04 PM

9 What could possibly go wrong? It's not like California is going to make it to 2015 anyways. It would make a great set for new Mad Max movies by that point.

Posted by: Herr Wilson at October 30, 2012 10:50 PM

10 Why am I afraid that Disney will start looking to control its new property, including looking at blogs ... And giving their lawyers somethung to do...Like this one. Sorry, it's the pessimist in me coming out.

Posted by: Angrybell at October 30, 2012 10:59 PM

11 Star Wars is too much like Rat Patrol for me. The bad guys can never hit anything with there machine guns or whatever it is those drones shoot.
How the heck did they even get into the Wehrmacht or Imperial Army with shooting skills like that?
Heck, the Wolverines hardly ever miss and their just a bunch of High School kids.


Posted by: John has a long moustache at October 31, 2012 05:16 AM

12 Darth Mickey Rules

Posted by: drone at October 31, 2012 10:01 AM

13 Harrison Ford....Vest
Patrick Swayze.....Down Vest

Advantage: SWAYZE!

Posted by: John has a long moustache at October 31, 2012 10:44 AM






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