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Star Wars Episode 9 Big News Revealed & More! JJ Abrams



Today we have some big star wars episode 9 news thanks to star wars.com and that is of course that the director of star wars the force awakens JJ Abrams will be directing star wars episode 9! Before JJ the star wars the last jedi diretor Rian Johnson was a choice but he just wrapped last jedi so JJ is now writing and directing episode 9! what do you think.

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  1. Ironic, perhaps, that one of Mark Hamill's funniest lines of dialog was as the Joker in the game Batman:Arkham City, when he refers to how J.J. ended the show Lost: "WHY…did it all end inside a church!?"

  2. NOOOOOOOOOOO!!! IT SHOULD HAVE BEEN RIAN! JJ is known for Star Trek not STAR WARS , it truly should have been Rian, especially since Rian wont use all those light effects JJ will most likely put in the movie. Well get ready for another remake of return of the jedi

  3. I think JJ is looking to redeem himself after his reboot of A New Hope. Yes it was a good movie and I liked it. He delivered exactly what the customer ordered. The customer being Disney. Disney holds the leash of who ever directs and if you don't give what they ask, they fire you faster than a Trump apprentice.

  4. Abrams proved himself with TFA, so I think it's an excellent decision, especially for the sake of consistency to the feel and spirit of the Star Wars universe.

  5. I agree with You Mike Zeroh, a different Director for each episode would have been much better.. I still to this moment say they should have gotten Steven Speilberg or Peter Jackson.. to end this Trilogy..

  6. Unfortunately JJ Abrams cannot write endings. I wasn't really happy with the force awakens either, it was bland in my opinion. I am disappointed that they cannot seem to find the right talent at the start. That is the glaring management problem no one is talking about. Picking the wrong directors is a lucasfilm problem. Until they fix that problem, expect them to play it safe with people like Ron Howard and JJ Abrams and not evolve…

  7. Please JJ Adrams for godsake don't make a Starkiller base 2.0 or a remake of ROTJ. How I feel about this is I simply don't know….

  8. I think the word is out among directors don't work with Lucasfilm….I'm bracing myself for a ROTJ remake for episode 9…one thing JJ can do is remake movies…look at ST into Darkness & The force awakens…homage is one thing but he takes it too far

  9. Man please say it ain't so… I think we all know why JJ Abrams got the gig, and I couldn't be more disappointed.

    TFA was ok, in my opinion. Just ok. It felt way too… thin… for me. The blaster fire wasn't all that spectacular, lens glare everywhere, and a lightsaber fight in the woods? Come on, what is this? Game of Thrones? The story and the directing could have been way better. Starkiller Base? Ok, so basically Death Star III? Really…

    Here's a list of equally ridiculous directorial candidates (ok, some would be funny to see):

    1) Quentin Tarantino (bonus, Mace Windu returns, Motherf'er!)
    2) Stanley Kubrick (30 minutes of zero dialogue might actually be refreshing in a SW film)
    3) The Coen Brothers (Ugh, philosophy…)
    4) M. Night Shamal- whatever. Can't even spell it.
    5) Steven Spielberg (actually, this MIGHT work…)
    6) Martin Scorsese (replace blasters with snubnose pistols, set in NYC)
    7) Steven King (the book would take 3 years to finish reading)
    8) Oliver Stone (No more episode numbers or long titles. Just "Skywalker")
    9) Michael Moore (No.)
    10) Seth MacFarlane (let's throw in some hookers. And some martinis. And a talking sofa)

  10. I'm glad JJ is back, I liked TFA and I like that the feel of the trilogy won't vary so much as it would having a different director for each episode

  11. JJ Abrams is going to have to really push the envelop (his own creative one) with SW 9. He's up for the challenge, I think/believe, especially in the knowledge, or light of (pardon the pun), whatever Rian Johnson has been up to, with his "take" on, or vision for, the Last Jedi. JJ, at one point (and I don't think that this was too much of an exaggeration of the truth), sounded as though he was genuinely and profoundly interested in, or even envious of, Rian Johnson's script-writing and direction for the The Last Jedi, even to the point of expressing that he wished that he had dreamt it all up himself and had then been able to direct it. So did JJ want another "bite of the cherry" ?(so to speak) or another turn at directing another one of these epic, iconic, Star Wars films… you betcha!!! Steep learning curve though and an ultra self-extending and challenging task, even for a gifted director like JJ… but he's got the passion and the know-how so, have faith, he'll get there!!!

  12. I'm not trying to put people's opinions down if they are happy with JJ coming back to direct, I respect everyone's opinion but u guys just wait, JJ will end the new trilogy in such a shitty way that's gonna piss everyone off, guaranteed he will. I mean hell he started the trilogy off pretty mediocrely with TFA. I just hope that Jar Jar sees all the flaws from the last film and reflects from it and makes this last episode worthwhile for us all. He sure as hell owes us a good movie, and he has pleeeenty of time to not be a lazyass and be creativeless with this one.

  13. When I heard about the return of J.J. Abrams I wanted to scream into my pillow but then I heard about Chris Terrio co-writing then I looked up feeling hope inside.

  14. Glad they bought J.J. back!! Disney has 2 Billion $$$ reasons to do so!! All the haters can hate doesn't change a thing. Get a straw and suck it up!!! Just hope J.J. challenges himself in writing the story.

  15. Despite Episode 7 being derivative of the original trilogy, it was still a great movie overall. I would have like different directors for each episode, but I don’t mind JJ Abrams being the director, as long as he doesn’t do what he did with Episode 7 to Episode 9.

  16. Oh Great. Jar Jar Abrams. We were left at the end of The Force Awakens with a crapload of questions and no answers. It's looking like that is EXACTLY what we'll get after we watch Episode IX, another crapload of questions with no more opportunities to get answers. Episode IX is the END of the trilogy FGS, unless there is going to be an extension to this trilogy. We don't need more questions. We need answers. What an unmitigated disaster this is turning out to be!!

  17. Corporate revenues and box office popularity does not equal good and original creative Star Wars lore writing. TFA would have been successful regardless of the director. JJ and TFA were unoriginal, underwhelming and hugely disappointing. Out of all the concepts they offered it was essentially underwhelming.

  18. I would have preferred Rian Johnson being at least the director of Ep. 9. That said, I accept JJ Abrams as director and writer (but I have friends who definitely won't). Hopefully Johnson will consider co-writing Ep. 9 with Abrams, as he was originally going to write a story treatment for it. I'm not expecting it to happen, though.

  19. For people saying that The Force Awakens doesn't copy A New Hope:

    A New Hope – The Force Awakens
    "A tale of a retold story…"

    Critical intel hidden in droid – Critical intel hidden in droid
    Droid with intel nearly escaped bad guys – Droid with intel nearly escaped bad guys
    Hero found on desert planet – Hero found on desert planet
    Hero and doesn't know their true family – Hero doesn't know their true family
    Good guy captured by villain/interrogated – Good guy captured by villain/interrogated
    Stormtroopers kill locals – Stormtroopers kill locals
    Droid captured by locals – Droid captured by locals
    Droid freed (bought) by hero/family – Droid freed by hero
    Villain wants droid/intel – Villain wants droid/intel
    Hero doesn't know they have force powers – Hero doesn't know they have force powers
    Hero ends up with droid carrying critical intel – Hero ends up with droid and critical intel
    Hero leaves planet on Falcon with friend and droid – Hero leaves planet on Falcon with friend and droid
    Falcon needs to defeat TIE fighters to leave said planet – Falcon needs to defeat TIE fighters to leave said planet
    Droid shows hero and friends critical intel – Droid shows hero and friends critical intel
    Hero, friend, and droid go meet Han Solo at space bar – Hero, friend, and droid go with Han Solo to space bar
    Bad guys trying to kill Han Solo over money owed – Bad guys trying to kill Han Solo over money owed
    Falcon caught in tractor beam – Falcon caught in tractor beam
    Imperial Spies inform Empire of where the droid is – First Order Spies inform First Order where droid is
    Giant planet killing weapons – Giant planet killing weapon
    Tarken speech before Death Ball blows up a planet – Hux speech before Death Ball blows up planets
    Villain senses person they will later kill – Villain sense person they will later kill
    Lightsaber passed to a new generation – Lightsaber passed to a new generation
    Villain kills person they sensed, who they had an attachment to – Villain kills person they sensed, who they had an attachment to
    Hero watches "mentor" figure die at the hands of the villain – Hero watches "mentor" figure die at the hands of the villain
    Death Ball has a critical weakness – Death Ball has a critical weakness
    Shield must be destroyed for victory – Shield must be destroyed for victory
    Trench run needed to destroy Death Ball – Trench run needed to destroy Death Ball
    Death Ball nearly ready to fire on secret base when blown up – Death Ball nearly ready to fire on secret base when blown up

    The acting by Daisy Ridley, John Boyega, Adam Driver, etc… were great. The practical and special effects were great! The story-line was A Hew Hope! I get that they, Disney, wanted to make a familiar beat with The Force Awakens, but Disney could've created the same characters, used the same acting crew, the same practical effects, with the same overall effect using a completely and ORIGINAL STORY-LINE!

    So, If you liked The Force Awakens – THAT'S GREAT! Just don't pretend that the The Force Awakens doesn't copy nearly every point for point moment in the script from A New Hope!

  20. I think he did a great job with the force awakens. I think also he'll be able to improve so it's ok… but I think all the chopping and changing is a strange thing

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