Disney owns "Star Wars" Are you scared of whats to come?

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Disney owns "Star Wars" Are you scared of whats to come?

Rod Ronald Rod Ronald
Disney now owns Star Wars, I thought it was BS but alas it is not! Is anyone else scared that these mouse worshiping a holes are going to tear the franchise apart? Or are you looking forward to seeing Johnny Deep play Darth vader's basturd child?
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NOOOOOOOOO!!!! WHY!?!?!? This can not be happening!
20  (50%)
I think Disney will treat it well.
13  (32%)
I don't give a rats pooty!
7  (18%)
Total votes: 40
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11/08/2012
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It always bothers me when Disney acquires things.
11/08/2012
voenne voenne
I was raised on Star Wars, so it's safe to say I'm a big fan. After they started making episodes 1-3, I kind of stopped caring anyway. Disney has been doing cartoon/animated SW stuff for children for a while now, Star Tours and Indiana Jones have been part of Disneyland/world for a very long time, so it's not a shock to me. I won't bother seeing the new movies unless they somehow get great reviews. Change always happens. You just get have to get used to it.
11/08/2012
Chilipepper Chilipepper
Well ... look at what they did to the Muppets ...
11/08/2012
RomanticGoth RomanticGoth
I don't think I'll be watching it.
11/08/2012
panthercat23 panthercat23
I don't expect anything good.
11/08/2012
Rory Rory
I'm afraid! I love Star Wars and I love Disney but I hope they don't ruin that feeling!
11/08/2012
MonaSmile MonaSmile
I love Star Wars and I think Disney will treat it well. I'm also a Marvel fan and they've done pretty damn good with that. (At least to me.) That's why I'm not really worried about it.
11/08/2012
Passion plum Passion plum
Time will tell but they probably can't do any worse than episode I, II and III.
11/08/2012
gsfanatic gsfanatic
I'm excited. They did quite well with Marvel, so it's possible they'll put up a great team and do it well. Only the actual movies will tell
11/08/2012
meitman meitman
Quote:
Originally posted by Rod Ronald
Disney now owns Star Wars, I thought it was BS but alas it is not! Is anyone else scared that these mouse worshiping a holes are going to tear the franchise apart? Or are you looking forward to seeing Johnny Deep play Darth vader's basturd child?
That Johnny Depp comment was pretty funny, but I think Disney might do alright with it. I'm a little worried, but I really like the first 3 Pirates of the Caribbean so they have as much possibility as anyone to make a good star wars trilogy I guess. Let's hope they don't screw it up!
11/08/2012
jr2012 jr2012
I admit to being a huge nerd....but I have never been able to get into Star Wars. I understand the logic though, it seems to be really popular with young kids nowadays.
11/08/2012
yw2 yw2
Honestly don't think it can get worse than JarJar and pod-racing...
11/08/2012
UnknownGirl UnknownGirl
There is really no way Disney could treat Star Wars or it's fans worse than George Lucas has been doing for the 15+ years.
11/08/2012
Taylor Taylor
Quote:
Originally posted by UnknownGirl
There is really no way Disney could treat Star Wars or it's fans worse than George Lucas has been doing for the 15+ years.
That's sort of how I feel.
11/08/2012
Zandrock Zandrock
I think it should be fine
11/08/2012
WhoopieDoo WhoopieDoo
The prequels are bad enough. Not sure it could get much worse.
11/08/2012
KyotoAngel KyotoAngel
...I don't really feel too strongly either way, although I'm hoping they won't mutilate it too much.
Suppose I'll have to wait and see what they do with it.

For the record though, I adore Jar Jar. xD
He's so annoying that he's somehow sort of adorable.
11/08/2012
Rod Ronald Rod Ronald
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Originally posted by Chilipepper
Well ... look at what they did to the Muppets ...
No shit! That pissed me off so bad, because I grew up on that. It's sad to see it happen. You would hope they would do this justice. we will see. The new movie is set to relase summer of 2015.
11/10/2012
Rod Ronald Rod Ronald
Quote:
Originally posted by UnknownGirl
There is really no way Disney could treat Star Wars or it's fans worse than George Lucas has been doing for the 15+ years.
Once again, no shit! I wish he would just stop already, but it's too late.
11/10/2012
Feisty Feisty
It will be interesting to see what comes of this.
11/10/2012
atryonix atryonix
NOOOOOOOO! leave it alone no more movies!
11/10/2012
RatchetS RatchetS
Leia is now a Disney Princess. Do you think she'll be in parades?
11/10/2012
SneakersAndPearls SneakersAndPearls
I have mixed feelings on the matter. I couldn't believe I heard it, honestly.
11/10/2012
DrowsRose DrowsRose
I feel that so many movies recently have been ruined by disneys involvement
i fear for star wars' fate....
11/11/2012
MidnightStorm MidnightStorm
I think it'll be fine. XD People are probably over-reacting.
11/11/2012
Shortc8ke Shortc8ke
I like Disney but I'm not sure if I will like what will come of this Star Wars by Disney
11/12/2012
himynameissteph himynameissteph
Probably not going to end well.
01/23/2013
LovesNewThings LovesNewThings
Quote:
Originally posted by Rod Ronald
Disney now owns Star Wars, I thought it was BS but alas it is not! Is anyone else scared that these mouse worshiping a holes are going to tear the franchise apart? Or are you looking forward to seeing Johnny Deep play Darth vader's basturd child?
Yeah its a scary thought, but hopefully they wont go to far from the originals. all we can do is wait and see. lol.
01/24/2013
ththpup ththpup
It really could go either way, but I'm optimistic. While Disney can do some pretty banal stuff, this is also the company that lets Pixar do its thing and set Joss Whedon up to make one of the most critically and commercially successful superhero films of all time. Disney has some very talented creators on its payroll, and it's pretty likely that many of these folks respect the original trilogy and are skilled enough to recapture the good qualities in new installments. That, and it's finally out of George Lucas' hands.

Then again, they might cast Zac Efron as Han Solo's son, at which point I would just rage-quit the franchise.
01/26/2013
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