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Colin Trevorrow Talks Potential Sequels to Jurassic World

comingsoon.net – Next summer, Universal Pictures will be bringing us the fourth entry in the fan favorite "Jurassic Park" franchise with Colin Trevorrow's Jurassic World , and they're not planning on stopping there. Speaking with Empire , Trevorrow says the topic of sequels to the 2015 release is something they've already been talking about, saying: 2 hours 15 min ago via jackiechan
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Exclusive: Jurassic World Sequels Planned

rss.feedsportal.com – Plus Colin Trevorrow on Omar Sy. Among the panoply of filmmakers to have contributed to Empire’s latest and 300thest issue – Coppola! Spielberg! Whedon! Fincher! – a less familiar name, Jurassic World’s Colin Trevorrow, chips in with a fascinating status report from his dino disaster movie. The big news? That Universal has further Jurassic movies planned and Trevorrow is keen to direct them - “if they’ll have me”. 4 hours 24 sec ago via theothersenhman
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Star Wars: Episode VII likely to cost '$175-200m', says Disney boss

theguardian.com – Disney chairman Alan Horn suggests a price range of $175-200m for each of the new Star Wars films, starting with JJ Abrams' Episode VII next year More on Star Wars: Episode VIIDisney chairman Alan Horn has hinted that the new Star Wars movies will be the most expensive yet. They will cost a staggering $175-200m (£104-118m) per film.Horn mentioned the figure in an interview with Bloomberg TV, before appearing to backtrack. 8 hours 46 min ago via donnieyen

'Star Wars: Episode VII' Will Stick With Original Trilogy Canon

2:50 PM 4/22/2014 by Jeff Giles
Star Wars
Sorry, Admiral Thrawn fans: It looks like all those rumors about the new Star Wars trilogy pulling from the "expanded universe" novels were unfounded. According to screenwriter Simon Kinberg, the new movies are going to follow the old ones -- but go to corners of a galaxy far, far away that we've never seen or read before.
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Quick Star Wars Episode 7 Updates

ign.com – Disney still isn't quite ready to announce the cast of Star Wars: Episode VII even though second-unit filming has already begun in Abu Dhabi. 20 hours 45 min ago via theothersenhman
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Video Interview: Disney Chairman Alan Horn Talks ‘Star Wars’

latino-review.com – Walt Disney Studios Chairman Alan Horn was speaking at the Tribeca Film Festival today in New York and had much to say about the new upcoming Star Wars trilogy. Check out the video courtesy of Bloomberg TV Interesting. For those at work who can’t watch the video Alan Horn said the following:

21 hours 14 min ago via jetli
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Latest 'Star Wars: Episode VII' Tidbit Teases Imminent Cast Reveal

news.moviefone.com – Things are getting really meta around here with the teasing of teasing of details for the next installment of "Star Wars." We know J.J. Abrams is all about the secrecy, but can't he give us a break? We're dying over he-ah! The dribbles of information about a movie that's supposedly already filming aren't slaking our thirst for all things "Star Wars." Once again, Disney chairman Alan Horn is the one tormenting us with details. 21 hours 15 min ago via brucelee
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Tina Fey and Amy Poehler’s Comedy to Face Off Against ‘Star Wars’ in 2015

variety.com – Tina Fey and Amy Poehler will face off against Disney’s upcoming “Star Wars” movie on Dec. 18, 2015. Universal announced today the release date for “The Nest,” its comedy starring Golden Globes co-hosts Fey and Poehler as sisters. Disney has already dated “Star Wars: Episode VII,” with J.J. Abrams directing, for the same slot along... 22 hours 36 sec ago via theothersenhman
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New STAR WARS Movies Could Revert To Original May Release Dates

comicbookmovie.com – In a new interview, Disney Chairman Alan Horn has dropped a few Star Wars updates. He confirms that a second unit has indeed started filming in Abu Dhabi, pretty much also confirming that those snaps we featured last week were from the Star Wars Episode VII set. He also confirms that George Lucas is still a consultant on the first movie, at least. 1 day 44 min ago via brucelee
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Disney Studios Chairman Offers ‘Star Wars Episode VII’ Updates

feedproxy.google.com – Someone gets to fly to London this week and talk to J.J. Abrams about Star Wars Episode VII. Unfortunately, it’s not someone you know. It’s Alan Horn, the chairman of Walt Disney Studios. Horn offered that piece of news, as well as a few others, in a new interview. The chairman also said the future films aren’t necessarily beholden to December release dates, and could come out in May. 1 day 1 hour ago via jetli
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