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  1. Marvel Executive Calls For Female Superheroes In Front Of And Behind The Cameras

    Marvel's Victoria Alonso said some very important things this weekend. Let's make sure everyone hears them.

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  2. David Fincher Could Have Directed the Weirdest, Most Depressing Star Wars Ever

    "THE ULTIMATE FOLLY OF MAN"

    "I always thought of Star Wars as the story of two slaves [C-3PO and R2-D2] who go from owner to owner, witnessing their masters' folly, the ultimate folly of man... I thought it was an interesting idea in the first two, but it's kind of gone by Return Of The Jedi."

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  3. Breaking: Chronicle‘s Josh Trank Is Directing a Star Wars Spinoff

    May The Force Be With You

    Chronicle director Josh Trank has joined Godzilla's Gareth Edwards on the list of people directing a Star Wars spinoff. Via StarWars.com:

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  4. Two Droid-Building Star Wars Fans Building Props for Star Wars: Episode VII

    Help us, R2-D2 Builders Club. You're our only hope!

    Last week, the first production photo from Star Wars: Episode VII hit the Internet, and we were all pretty excited that R2-D2 was the first thing they revealed. Even better, it turns out that the two guys in the photo with director J.J. Abrams and Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy are fan-droid-creators Lee Towersey and Oliver Steeples.

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  5. The Star Wars: Episode VII Team Would Like An Extension On Their Homework, Please. To 2016.

    May The Force Be With You

    Just last week we had word Star Wars: Episode VII was switching writers. As you can imagine, that didn't instill many of us with hopeful thoughts about the next installment of the franchise, due in theaters 2015. As it turns out, the folks working on the film seem to be a little concerned as well. So much so they asked for the film to be pushed back a year. But Disney's CEO said no. 

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  6. I Have A Bad Feeling About This: Star Wars: Episode VII Switches Writers

    May The Force Be With You

    My first thought upon reading that J.J. Abrams and Lawrence Kasdan are taking over script duties for Star Wars: Episode VII was: "Wuh-oh. That can't be a good sign. Why change writers unless there's a problem with the script?" Second thought: "Well at least it's not Damon Lindelof, Roberto Orci, and Alex Kurtzman."

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  7. J.J. Abrams and Lawrence Kasdan Will Write Star Wars Episode VII

    This is a great move.

    Star Wars Episode VII will be written by Empireand Jedi co-screenwriter Lawrence Kasdan, but he won't be working alone. Kasdan will be joined in his writing duties by J.J. Abrams who is also directing the film. This should put to rest any worries about how VII will fit into the Star Wars universe.

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  8. Kathleen Kennedy: Star Wars: Episode VII Will Focus More on Story and Characters, Less On CGI

    May The Force Be With You

    First things first: I apologize for the Jar Jar Binks picture. But let's be real. It's Monday, and your day probably sucked even before you were reminded of his existence.

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  9. John Williams Confirmed to Score the New Star Wars Trilogy, So They’ll At Least Be Good to Listen To

    Bum bum bum bum, buummm, ba da da baaaaaa ba. Ba da da baaaaaa ba, Ba da da buummmm.

    John Williams (not pictured above) will be scoring the new Star Wars trilogy. This might not be the droids news you're looking for in terms of Episode VII which still doesn't have a cast or title, but it would be difficult to imagine a Star Wars movie without a John Williams score. We're happy he's coming back.

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  10. Star Wars: Episode VII Might Be Heavy On the Secrecy After All

    I will make it legal!

    In a recent interview Lucasfilm's Kathleen Kennedy had some interesting things to say about secrecy and Star Wars mainly relating to how fans are an integral part of the franchise and "there are things you're gonna want to make sure they get to know." That would seem to be at odds with the modus operandi of director J.J. Abrams, which is basically not telling fans anything. But Abrams isn't in control now: Disney is. So will Episode VII be less hush-hush? Not so fast, says producer Bryan Burk.

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