Well, it doesn't really matter who writes the script, because it's gonna go to a committee in Disney HQ that will declare "This is no good, it needs to appeal to X, Y, and Z demographics and needs more merchandising potential."
Then we get shoehorned love stories, cutsy sidekicks, and less mature/more palatable themes for Disney's target audiences.
Simply put, a mature Star Wars Episode 7 with a great plot, great acting, and all around a good movie will please fans, maximize profit, and increase revenue for future Star Wars films. A bad Star Wars Episode 7, with a so-so plot, uneven acting, and not a very good film won't maximize profit, it will turn off already alienated fans, and decrease potential revenue for future Star Wars films. Don't expect to see Justin Bieber, Mickey Mouse, and Harrison Ford pop in for a sing-along in the middle of the film :thumbup:
I wish I had faith in the big Hollywood establishment doing something right, but...I don't. I think Disney just wants to cash in on the massive established fanbase. Look at Pixar, their movies have gotten crappier as the merchandising machine has ramped up
Protection?The one thing I hate about Star Wars and most pop scifi is the presence of large transgalactic empires. What benefits would a planet recieve by joining such an organization.
The one thing I hate about Star Wars and most pop scifi is the presence of large transgalactic empires. What benefits would a planet recieve by joining such an organization.