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post #11 of 355 (permalink) Old 01-29-2016, 09:50 PM
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Re: Jurassic World director Colin Trevorrow to direct Star Wars: Episode 9

What the fuck would be the point of shooting in space? No studio in their right mind would budget that.
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Shooting in space sounds as rediculous and overly method as David Ayer hiring real therapists for Suicide Squad. It's a fuckin movie guys.(at least with Suicide Squad I can MAYBE see the actors needing therapists, because being an actor overall can be quite stressful. Star Wars shooting in space just seems way too try hard and gimmicky for no reason.)
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tbf -- It's the script i'd be worried about, not who's directing. The directors on SW movies are interchangeable and this one will probably have to follow so many pre planned production guidelines that his own input will be minimal and hardly noticeable like in the OT. Without any significant kind of creative control it doesn't really matter unless they pick someone that's ridiculously incompetent at his job
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I haven't really been on the "Disney" hype train with anything besides Guardians and Winter Soldier. You can just tell it's the same board of execs making these movies.

That being said I hope the script does live up, but I'm not expecting it to
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That being said I hope the script does live up, but I'm not expecting it to
It certainly needs to live up to expectations considering that TFA was mostly set up for things to come. If they don't hit the ball out of the park with the sequel then that can cause people to see the TFA in an entirely new context like what happened with the prequels. If you remember, TPM was generally well received in 1999 but over time people started perceiving it differently and now it's part of a trilogy that most people rather forget ever existed

I'm not even a fan of TFA as a standalone movie, but i'm still waiting on the other 2 before I write it off completely because these movies are always part of a bigger picture that is revealed over time -- which can make the individual parts much better or much worse --
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It certainly needs to live up to expectations considering that TFA was mostly set up for things to come. If they don't hit the ball out of the park with the sequel then that can cause people to see the TFA in an entirely new context like what happened with the prequels. If you remember, TPM was generally well received in 1999 but over time people started perceiving it differently and now it's part of a trilogy that most people rather forget ever existed

I'm not even a fan of TFA as a standalone movie, but i'm still waiting on the other 2 before I write it off completely because these movies are always part of a bigger picture that is revealed over time which can make the individual parts much better or much worse --
Yea I totally agree. Was telling my friends this exact thing same thing.

I remember this happening with the Amazing Spider-man movies as well. Once that second one came out everyone started crapping all over the first.(not that the first didn't have it's naysayers, but it was generally well liked at first just like TPM).
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Re: Jurassic World director Colin Trevorrow to direct Star Wars: Episode 9

I took those comments in jest. I doubt Colin was really being serious, well I hope he wasn't.

As for who's writing Episode 9 I am not sure. It was rumored at one point that Rian Johnson would be writing both 8 & 9 but I am not sure if that was confirmed or not. I'd figure Trevorrow will be involved as well.

And I wouldn't be worried about creative control, Kathleen Kennedy is in complete charge of LucasFilm and is running a tight ship.

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tbf I liked TFA a lot the night I seen it and shortly after, but the more weeks that went by to digest it, the less I liked it. And I definitely feel the criticisms are valid. Still good, but definitely not great. Trevorrow worries me a lot more than Abrams did, though. Abrams has already made a career out of making his own versions of other people's work before Star Wars.

I just worry since Jurassic World was one of the most substance-less movies I seen last year, and it seemed like Trevorrow had no idea what the fuck he was doing with it. It was like a borderline spoof at times. I can't believe that landed him Star Wars. The sequel is expected to have a lot more emotion and darkness in it, and I don't see him as being the guy to bring that out.
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Not sure how to feel about this.

On one hand, Jurassic World was a really fun film that made me feel like an 8 year old again. However, there were also big lapses in logic within the story that I hope he would avoid in a Star Wars film. Also, in Star Wars films I want practical special effects and Jurassic World hardly had any, if it at all.

But lets see how 7 and 8 go before I start worrying over 9.
That depends more on the screenwriter than the director. Most of the flaws in Jurassic World were in the writing department rather than the direction.

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Disney just announced that part 9 won't be as good as 7 and 8.
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