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EXCLUSIVE: Colin Trevorrow To Direct 'Star Wars: Episode 9'

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Due to how late I scored the Colin Trevorrow scoop last night, I was able to follow up this morning with further sourcing. From what I being told, Trevorrow has been in play for months For Star Wars: Episode 9 which is also the reason he won't return to direct Jurassic World 2.

Trevorrow went on the record saying,

“Jurassic Park is like Star Wars. Different directors can give a different taste to each movie. I would be involved in some way, but not as director.”

Attention to detail folks. See how he brought up the Star Wars clue in his comment? My colleague Peter Sciretta over at Slashfilm who has pretty close ties to the folks at Lucasfilm, had the following to add in his coverage of the story on why Trevorrow got the job.

“I’ve heard that producers Steven Spielberg and Frank Marshall really loved working with Trevorrow. He’s a great collaborator, a filmmaker with a vision, but not one who can’t take a note. He has proven himself able to handle the stress of a big budget franchise production, so it wouldn’t surprise me if Trevorrow ended up being sought for a Star Wars film.”

See the Kennedy/Marshall/Spielberg connection?

My other colleague Drew McWeeney over at Hitfix added,

“His tremendous success with “Jurassic World,” a fairly high-stakes job in its own right, has changed everything for Trevorrow, and if this is indeed announced during the Comic-Con panel, then he’s off and running for what will be a monumental adventure.”

BREAKING

Hot off his massive success on Jurassic World , super hot director Colin Trevorrow has bagged his next gig.

Today at the Star Wars Comic Con panel, Lucasfilm will bring out Colin Trevorrow onto the stage at Hall H to announce him as the next director of Star Wars: Episode 9!

JJ Abrams directed Episode 7, Rian Johnson got Episode 8, and now Colin Trevorrow got Episode 9. The trilogy is complete.

Hot choice. Jurassic World has grossed a $1.4 billion dollars around the world and still climbing.

Stay tuned as more develops because you're going to be hearing a lot more over this story.
Was expecting Abrams or Johnson to come back for 9. Guess it's like the OT with different directors for each one.
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Re: Jurassic World director Colin Trevorrow to direct Star Wars: Episode 9

Can't say I am surprised, Colin did a tremendous job with Jurassic World. Congrats to him, he deserves the opportunity IMO.

The only downside is I was hoping they might of courted Colin for the Indy reboot
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Re: Jurassic World director Colin Trevorrow to direct Star Wars: Episode 9

I really didn't think JW was anything special. More in the category of "not bad" than good. This worries me.
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Re: Jurassic World director Colin Trevorrow to direct Star Wars: Episode 9

Is Chris Pratt going to train Rancors in this?
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Re: Jurassic World director Colin Trevorrow to direct Star Wars: Episode 9

It's official!

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Lucasfilm President Kathleen Kennedy:

Colin is someone I’ve been interested in working with ever since I saw Safety Not Guaranteed. The power of that film paired with the enormous success of Jurassic World speaks volumes about his abilities both as a storyteller and skilled filmmaker. We are thrilled to have such an incredible talent as Colin join our family and step into the Star Wars universe.”

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This is not a job or an assignment. It is a seat at a campfire, surrounded by an extraordinary group of storytellers, filmmakers, artists and craftspeople. We’ve been charged with telling new stories for a younger generation because they deserve what we all had—a mythology to call their own. We will do this by channeling something George Lucas instilled in all of us: boundless creativity, pure invention and hope.”
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Re: Jurassic World director Colin Trevorrow to direct Star Wars: Episode 9

Wow. It's been a HELL of a year for this guy. I actually think he'll do better with a Star Wars movie than he did with JW, which I didn't really like much.
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Re: Jurassic World director Colin Trevorrow to direct Star Wars: Episode 9

Excellent news. I like their commitment to finding "name" directors. This film is along way off, but I'll take this a good news. Disney is going all out with the franchise. It's a nice feeling after the interminable wait between Jedi and Phantom Menace.
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Re: Jurassic World director Colin Trevorrow to direct Star Wars: Episode 9

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.
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Re: Jurassic World director Colin Trevorrow to direct Star Wars: Episode 9

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Director Colin Trevorrow Wants to Shoot ‘Star Wars: Episode 9’ in Outer Space

Just recently, Star Wars: Episode 9 director Colin Trevorrow attracted some attention when he said that he wanted to shoot the finale of the current Star Wars trilogy on film rather than digital. But, what’s more interesting perhaps, isn’t what he wants to shoot it with, but where he wants to shoot it. Namely, in outer space.

Trevorrow was speaking to an audience at the Sundance Film Festival when he revealed to the crowd that he’s asked Disney and Lucasfilm about the logistics of shooting some scenes for Star Wars among the actual stars.

I asked the question, ‘Is it possible for us to shoot IMAX film in actual space for Star Wars, and I haven’t gotten an answer yet, but they’ve shot IMAX in space!’

Which is a very good point. It may seem silly to shoot some establishing shots of space for use in Star Wars: Episode 9, but almost entire IMAX documentaries were shot in space, like Hubble 3D, which is absolutely mesmerizing. If Trevorrow, Disney and Lucasfilm could use that same technology to shoot scenes for a Star Wars movie, that would be something to behold. And if anyone can make it so this happens, it’s Disney and Lucasfilm who just so happen to have a couple bucks lying around.

Now this probably does not mean that they’ll be rocketing Adam Driver and Daisy Ridley into space (though wouldn’t that be something). Instead we’ll guess that Trevorrow is looking to film backgrounds or perhaps background plates for visual effects.

The question we’re sure will be asked is, why? Gravity didn’t film in space, but it sure looked gorgeous and realistic. It may very well turn out to be possible, but very expensive and far cheaper to do in a computer in California.

Whatever the final decision is, Trevorrow and his team have time to make up their minds: Star Wars: Episode 9 is set for release in 2019.

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