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    Quote Originally Posted by thwhtGuardian View Post
    ...it is in pre-production though, nothing's really started and they only had a tentative production schedule announced.
    The original story reported they had a crew at Pinewood Studios in London as production was set to begin. The crew was ordered to go home once the decision to rewrite the scripts were made. So it did reach the production stage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Immortal Weapon View Post
    The original story reported they had a crew at Pinewood Studios in London as production was set to begin. The crew was ordered to go home once the decision to rewrite the scripts were made. So it did reach the production stage.
    I'd tend to go with a primary source like McGregor who said, " So we just pushed it back, but it’s not — it very dramatic, it would seem, online, there’s all kinds of shit online about it, but it’s only just slid back a bit. We’re still shooting it, I think it will still be aired when it was meant to be ." over anonymous sources from collider.

    I mean, if it's still going to air when it was meant to I'd think they were very early on in production, so no worries.
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    Way I see it, this's all alarm over nothing. Heck, it seems like the main people making a big deal of it are those who want Disney Star Wars to fail.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WebLurker View Post
    Way I see it, this's all alarm over nothing. Heck, it seems like the main people making a big deal of it are those who want Disney Star Wars to fail.
    I don't think that's the case. Disney's Star Wars has been plagued with production troubles. Rogue One had them, Solo was practically redone and RoS was a Frankenstein monster of different visions. These production troubles has hurt two mentioned movies.

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    I actually wanted to see this too.

    At least Birds of Prey has Ewan in it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WebLurker View Post
    Way I see it, this's all alarm over nothing. Heck, it seems like the main people making a big deal of it are those who want Disney Star Wars to fail.
    Even McGregor practically said as much, these kinds of issues are fairly routine.
    Quote Originally Posted by Immortal Weapon View Post
    I don't think that's the case. Disney's Star Wars has been plagued with production troubles. Rogue One had them, Solo was practically redone and RoS was a Frankenstein monster of different visions. These production troubles has hurt two mentioned movies.
    Almost every major genre film has troubles in production, it's just that now we know about them.

    Quote Originally Posted by Pinsir View Post
    I actually wanted to see this too.

    At least Birds of Prey has Ewan in it.
    You'll still get to see it, there's nothing wrong here and apparently still on track for its original air date.

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    Both Star Wars and Empire had a lot of production problems (George's problems, including his health, were part of the reason he handed off the rest of the trilogy to others). Return of the Jedi was probably the smoothest production of the original 3.

    Despite their criticism the prequels also had a fairly smooth production, apart from a sandstorm causing problems for TPM and some actors being privately not too happy with Lucas's directing and the blue screen (Neeson perhaps being the most prominent, although Ewan and Portman have also had their share of criticism; some of the actors who had minor roles such as Ralph Marsh and Terrance Stamp were royally peeved though!)


    If I remember correctly all the sequel trilogy films were originally going to be Summer releases but were pretty much changed to the Holiday schedule.
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