View Poll Results: Well Disney eventually reboot the original trilogy?

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    Never.

    For good reason no one has suggested a remake of Casablanca or The Godfather...same for the Star Wars films.

    Just too many areas to explore and create from scratch now.
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    Never I hope, they’re already making other films and shows so why bother.

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    Well they are making a lot of live action remakes of their animated classics, and despite luke warm reviews they are profitable. It may not happen in my life time, but I wouldn't say never.
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    If they want to make money off the original trilogy then please god remaster and release the original versions of the original trilogy.

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    The inevitable Disney Musical!

    Princess Leia has her new big number, she's actually been repressing her powers, then breaks out in songs:
    I can Feel the colors of the Force, and ...Let it flow.
    Last edited by Güicho; 09-15-2019 at 07:39 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisIII View Post
    We are sort of getting an animated remake piece by piece with those animated shorts.
    LOL, true, that's pretty much what those are.

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    I think it will happen at some point, but it could be long after we're all dead and gone.

    If Disney is still around, and they still own Star Wars, I bet the urge to remake the Skywalker Saga would be too strong to resist.

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    I think we'll see a prequel reboot before the OT.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Güicho View Post
    The inevitable Musical!

    Also Princess Leia has her new big number, she's actually been repressing her powers, then breaks out in songs:
    I can Feel the colors of the Force, and ...Let it flow.
    Perhaps she can revisit this wonderful song:


    I remember when Carrie was on SNL doing this! Wow time sure flies!! :P

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    I’d rather see them move forward. I accept the original films were made in the Stone Age and suffer from the limitations of the period. Create a truly epic series with modern casting and effects and I’ll be happy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stick Figure View Post
    I’d rather see them move forward. I accept the original films were made in the Stone Age and suffer from the limitations of the period. Create a truly epic series with modern casting and effects and I’ll be happy.
    Suffer? I honestly don't see it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thwhtGuardian View Post
    Suffer? I honestly don't see it.
    Yeah, they've aged a lot better then other stuff from the same era, like the old Star Trek movies (and I'm saying that as someone who thinks those movies hold up really well in general).
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    The Star Trek movies apart from the first and recent films I think were fairly low budget compared to SW, although I think III and IV had some really good effects (the new ships and the animatronic whales). II, while the most classic, suffers a bit from it's use of stock footage from the first film.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisIII View Post
    The Star Trek movies apart from the first and recent films I think were fairly low budget compared to SW, although I think III and IV had some really good effects (the new ships and the animatronic whales).
    Fair enough.

    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisIII View Post
    II, while the most classic, suffers a bit from it's use of stock footage from the first film.
    The Klingon ships in the training scenario and the launch were taken from the first one. Don't remember anything else.
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    Not a movie reboot, but I'm surprised none of the star wars people have tried to make the original trilogy into a video game. I have fond memories of the old snes star wars and considering how popular they are it would seem like a no brainier. A lot of the new games have been new characters or story lines with the occasional reference to the OT.

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