That’s a picture of a page of the latest issue of Entertainment Weekly, which just landed in my mailbox.
Does Kennedy mean two or three “Star Wars” movies per year? Does this mean skittish filmmakers like J.J. Abrams might be able to play in the Star Wars sandbox without having to abide that treatment George Lucas hired the “Little Miss Sunshine” guy to write?
Or is she just talking about sequels to "Red Tails" and "Radioland Murders"?
The same EW piece confirms the plan to return to the characters in the original 1977-1983 trilogy, but there’s no word on the size of the roles Han, Leia and Luke will undertake.
I’m not the only one who wants Abrams on “Star Wars.” Ben Affleck says the “Star Trek” director would “kill it.” In a good way.
But Abrams (one of three directors who were forwarded the Lucas-generated treatment -- Steven Spielberg and Brad Bird are the others) seems less excited than we. He tells EW, "I have some original stuff that I'm working on next."