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View Poll Results: In your view how important is it for the new Star Wars movies no contradict Canon?
Utmost importance 77 35.48%
Fairly important 49 22.58%
Indifferent 20 9.22%
Not very important 14 6.45%
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Old 12-22-2013, 01:30 PM   #41
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They should try to make as valid a story as possible if they want to please the fanbase, but some retcons are inevitable. Just make sure they're minor.
  • The Republic and Empire have cooler looking ships? Go right ahead!
    The Second Imperium crisis happened earlier? We'll get used to it.
    There was no New Jedi Order? Not gunna happen!
    Palpatine wasn't cloned?
    Kyle Katarn didn't exist? I disapprove.
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Old 12-23-2013, 07:42 PM   #42
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I'd be so pumped if there was Kyle Katarn in the new movies!



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Old 03-14-2014, 11:08 PM   #43
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If they want to change some stuff from comics or low release books, that's fine. But if they touch the Zahn books I really am going to be upset. There is absolutely no reason for Disney to mess around with those books.
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What? You don't think Carrie Fisher and Mark Hamill look like people ready to swing lightsabers and lead the New Republic? Blasphemy!
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Old 03-15-2014, 10:47 AM   #45
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Would be ineresting to see the new movies focus on Luke and Kyle.Mabye about their history,how they met...mabye Kyle's fall to the dark side and his return.But that wouldn't take the focus that much on Luke as much as it would on Kyle wich is fine by me.Hopefully they will keep the original cast,introduce Kyle's character and mabye the new movies be actually be bout him.


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Old 04-18-2014, 01:34 PM   #46
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I think there's very little chance that the new movies will discuss pretty much anything from the EU at all, unless it's a nod here and there, or the powers-that-be happen to like a character that could fit in the new story.

And personally, even as a fan of the EU, I'm totally fine with that. Much of the EU contradicts itself already - that doesn't make me like any of it less. The Clone Wars animated series also contradicted much of the EU - those books and other media can still be enjoyed even though they are against a higher level of canon. The Clone Wars also borrowed here and there from the EU, which was nice to see at times.

I prefer it when the creators are big fans of the saga, and show reverence toward it. This was the case for Dave Filoni and The Clone Wars, and I feel is probably also true for JJ Abrams. It's in good hands. But EU stories aren't going to be on the silver screen... they just aren't Ep VII movie material.


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Old 05-01-2014, 12:42 AM   #47
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Well...

Lucasfilm has decanonized the entire present EU, to make for a new slate of expanded universe stuff.

Old-EU elements can potentially be brought into the new EU in another form, but beyond that... yeah.

Judging from the poll results, this could have interesting reactions from SW fandom overall...


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Old 05-04-2014, 02:56 AM   #48
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^^Slight correction, Red: Disney actually made that decision. GL is just an advisory figure.

So far, it's getting a predicted reaction, a catch 22. They love the new move for getting rid of things they didn't like, they bemoan it for getting rid of what they did like.


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^^Slight correction, Red: Disney actually made that decision. GL is just an advisory figure.

So far, it's getting a predicted reaction, a catch 22. They love the new move for getting rid of things they didn't like, they bemoan it for getting rid of what they did like.
Nope, I was correct the first time. Lucasfilm was bought by Disney, along with the Star Wars franchise, so I did in fact meant to say Lucasfilm. Lucasfilm is, of course, part of Disney, so yes, Disney, but that's not a correction.

I normally wouldn't make such a nitpicky counter-correction, but this has been the response literally every time that I've heard this brought up! I think it's something about how people instinctively want to frame things...

I think it'll be interesting to see what elements get brought back into the new canon and what stays left out...


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Nope, I was correct the first time. Lucasfilm was bought by Disney, along with the Star Wars franchise, so I did in fact meant to say Lucasfilm. Lucasfilm is, of course, part of Disney, so yes, Disney, but that's not a correction.

I normally wouldn't make such a nitpicky counter-correction, but this has been the response literally every time that I've heard this brought up! I think it's something about how people instinctively want to frame things...
Nah you didn't come across as nitpicky. Humorous rather. Nice distinction there: LucasFilms, that is now Disney, and not the man himself.
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Darth Bane was part of the original work, so that will remain. But I hear his apprentice was "supposed to be" male. Obviously Revan's holocron will not be part of it anymore. So I guess we're back to the comic Bane of the Sith.


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Old 06-27-2014, 05:41 PM   #51
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I wonder what EU stuff people are comfortable with losing. Is it just stuff that's older (nostalgia)? People want to keep the Zahn stuff, but I'm guessing not the earlier Marvel Comics stuff? They want to jettison the new stuff like New Jedi Order but not Clone Wars or Old Republic?

The Kevin J. Anderson stuff and the Stackpole stuff was ruthlessly mocked, but it formed the backbone for a lot of stuff that was to come later. Few remember the Alan Dean Foster stuff or the things that were ignored from the Radio Dramas or film novelizations. People apparently loved Infinities even though it was never canon. Let's not forget the "Tales" series, inventing improbable backstories for every background character ever glimpsed in the movies.

And we all recall the endless fascination with the Holiday Special (and especially the Boba Fett cartoon which I'm not sure how anyone can rationalize as being in continuity with the movies). Then you get our own Jedi Outcast which basically rips off "I, Jedi."

Some of the EU stuff is really popular, others of it has nostalgia for certain fans. If they use any of the EU, it's going to upset some people. Some of the older EU stuff was derived from unused concepts from the original Trilogy production, but it's no more "canon" than anything else. They're starting over.

It's funny though, even as I'm talking about this, it sounds like I'm imagining Disney execs in Spielbergian space suits kicking down doors and grabbing EU novels, games, comics and toys out of the hands of fans and slamming the doors in their faces. Or fans lining up to toss all their Star Wars merch into a big bonfire in front of a giant statue of Bob Iger. Nothing is really "going away" it's just what stuff would be considered relevant to the new movies and movie spinoff stuff.

So this will determine if they'll mention Mara Jade or the Vong in the Episode VII novelization. Will somebody cry in the theater if Mark Hamill doesn't get a red headed former Palpatine lackey as his spouse? If Harrison Ford and Carrie Fisher have force-sensitive children that aren't a set of twins named Jaina and Jacen and another son named Anakin? If Luke doesn't start a "Jedi Academy" at the Massassi Temple on Yavin IV? If Kyle Katarn isn't mentioned somewhere for all the stuff he did in the old EU? Chances are they could just not mention any of the stuff, but if it's touching on the "personal histories" of the main cast from the Original Trilogy, I guess somebody will be miffed that their favorite thing was left out.

I couldn't care less what they do, so long as the new movies are good. They should at least be better than the prequels. I would say they should be in strict continuity with the old movies, but Lucas messed around so much with the continuity already, I'm not sure that's practical.

I could dream that they'd really only acknowledge the Original Trilogy, but since the Prequels were so hyped up so recently, I can't imagine they'd be paid any less attention. But there's a difference between essential plot points vs. name-dropping fanservice. Like do we need a scene of the principals meeting an elderly Jar Jar in the nursing home?

I'm not mocking people who liked the EU through all its twists and turns. I am a little amused by the idea that we're freaking out over some fictional side stories not being taken into consideration with this newest set of sequels to this fictional franchise. If the new stuff is just as good or better, enough people will buy it that they won't care who was upset.

So how best to appeal to old fans while drawing in new ones?


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Old 06-27-2014, 05:59 PM   #52
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That is a good question though... will the "G-canon" stuff outside the films be kept as well or will it be thrown into the bin with the rest of the EU?

We've got the screenplays, movie novelizations, radio dramas... and the "T-Canon" of the CG Clone Wars movie and tv-series. Is that staying too? I personally don't care if all or none of either set is "kept" but I'm curious. Will they clarify that now, or do like they've done in the past and clarify it every few years from now until after the movies are out?

Will RPG players get upset if there's a bunch of changes to the games based on the new movies?


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Old 08-27-2014, 01:16 PM   #53
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I think it would be just lovely if they could avoid stepping on what was once established canon, but for the betterment moving forward, do what must be done.
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I think it would be just lovely if they could avoid stepping on what was once established canon, but for the betterment moving forward, do what must be done.
That's completely impossible in pretty much every way. It's also fairly pointless; while Chewbacca's death was better than it seemed at the time, it makes no sense if you ditch the Vong story -- and I would argue you should ditch the Vong story, because while it was actually good in parts, it really didn't work for the Star Wars universe very well. A problem with a great deal of the EU (though by no means all).

And even if you disagree with that, there's still no point to effectively offscreen-kill a fan favorite. The way this should probably work would be to just outright re-tell the Vong story and have Chewie's death onscreen so it would have the same impact.

Or you could just cut it and not lose very much. The Vong story mainly served itself, and that's not necessarily a bad thing, but it does make it easy to toss out. Whereas the Thrawn stuff, and to a lesser extent (though IMO equal in quality) KotOR, served the larger universe as well.

(And seriously, bring in Mara Jade as badass lady villain turned love interest. PLEASE. History details optional.)

Delayed reply, I know, but this is still the official site poll, so.


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I'd prefer they stick to cannon as much as possible. But, lets face it, there will be times when they need to deviate.

I would prefer they change the original cast to some younger folks, I just hope they go out of their way to pick the right cast. Otherwise this will be a very short reboot (1 movie). I can't see a studio picking up this franchise if this movie flops.

That said, I am looking forward to it.




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I'd prefer they stick to cannon as much as possible. But, lets face it, there will be times when they need to deviate.

I would prefer they change the original cast to some younger folks, I just hope they go out of their way to pick the right cast. Otherwise this will be a very short reboot (1 movie). I can't see a studio picking up this franchise if this movie flops.

That said, I am looking forward to it.
Slightly late on that account! :P The EU is mostly de-canonized. Deviation will be the rule, not the exception.

There's already... I think five total movies picked up (I could be wrong; at least four -- a new trilogy and one stand-alone).

There is the original cast, and also a new generation.


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The new movies should coincide with the six movies, and maybe the cartoons.

Screw the books, comic books and video games. Gotta draw the line somewhere, or Star Wars fans risk getting silly like Trekkies with the nerdliness...



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As far as nerdiness goes, I hate to break it to you, but we're already there. The fact that we're even giving any space to polls and topics like this one proves we're among the guilty. Own it!

A lot of "loose ends" could be tied up, if anyone cares, in the novelisations. If that stuff is not contradicted outright but just explained elsewhere, that's probably a good compromise solution. But the question is why? They want to make the most fans happy to make more money and keep them loyal, right?

Looking back on this topic right now, I still think if there is ANY attempt to be consistent with past material, the bare minimum that these new movies should try to do is stay consistent with the Original Trilogy. That's it. That's supposedly the whole reason they are making these movies, is to appeal to nostalgia and "continue" the saga of the original trilogy. There's no real need to even bring up the prequels (but I'm sure they will, just because $$$). I started to feel like Lucas set himself up for this cycle of having to keep "swerving" us with new plot twists and deliberately contradicting his old material, just to keep people guessing from the start of the Prequels. This is not something the new team needs to do, but they also don't need to feel like they have to just recycle the old movies and just make them "darker" with more lens flares.

I regularly run into people who have just learned new movies are being made, who grew up with the Prequels. They're casual fans, if anything, who are curious about the new stories. Some of them haven't even seen the OT all the way through. These folks will come to the theater because they are curious, not because they appreciated the originals or are looking for all of it to fit together. Generally I'm sure those people won't notice snafus in the continuity. But these aren't, correct me if I'm wrong, being marketed as "reboots" or "re-imagingings" of Star Wars but "Episode VII, VIII & IX" right? These are supposed to be a continuation of the OT, so for their own good, that is the minimum they should shoot for.

It all comes down to "whom are they making these films for?" If it's for OT fans, then they need to get that part right and not destroy the legacy of that beloved trilogy. If it's for casual fans who don't care about that stuff, there's nothing lost by staying true to the old stuff. This problem of trying to have it both ways and failing at each is what tarnished the prequels and to a greater degree, what got Star Trek Enterprise cancelled. It's one thing if they want to make some movies that will be box office blockbusters but that are forgotten within a year. If they start cranking them out just to make them (like Marvel super hero movies) then we're in big trouble, as quality is going to tank, and quality is what it's all about. A good film that stands the test of time is what they need to make, not just a flash in the pan cash-in.

In the final analysis, to beat my own dead horse on a broken record player, if the movies are entertaining with a plausible and engaging storyline and likeable characters, etc. then a LOT will be forgiven in terms of how well it melds with what's come before. Still, I hope they at least make a better effort to stay consistent with the original films than Lucas did (sorry George).


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Well, okay. But if anyone starts talking about timelines and multiverses, heads are coming off.

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That is a good question though... will the "G-canon" stuff outside the films be kept as well or will it be thrown into the bin with the rest of the EU?
Well regardless, I wouldn't exactly say legends is a trash bin as previously thought. It seems a strategy to hold for later, since much of it is/tried to be consistent. The work for expansion is basically already done.
Consider once this whole rash of new canon has run its course...it would make sense from an entrepreneur sense if they "marvelized" it to keep it relevant in 15-20 years. Considering Disney bought marvel comics and that marvel had prior done multiple dimensions and multiverse and whatnot... I'd say we have a pretty good lead-in with the various possibilities presented in Infinities and even the KOTOR/SWTOR had its critical juncture points for that.

On second thought, maybe it's better to leave the dead alone. I despised thor just like I despised superman, but I would never wish upon thor what has already been done in their recent reboot, though. There's no literary reason for what they have done. And really I shouldn't even be mentioning that much, it's attrocious.


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We've got the screenplays, movie novelizations, radio dramas... and the "T-Canon" of the CG Clone Wars movie and tv-series. Is that staying too? I personally don't care if all or none of either set is "kept" but I'm curious. Will they clarify that now, or do like they've done in the past and clarify it every few years from now until after the movies are out?
Well...they're already stepping on their own toes. The Clone wars alludes to Rule of Two of the sith at that point--several times. And yet they claim this is no longer valid.


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SWTOR you mean? That depends whether or not they contradict it mid-course and turn it into a hackneyed cluster****. In short: Yes if they **** it up it'll be rather annoying. But this actually begs the question of something else... Does remoteness in timeline mean potential re-canonization?

Recently Drew Karpyshyn (author of Revan and Darth Bane novels, story writer for KOTOR and some of SWTOR--as if we didn't already know) was interviewed on YouTube for his thoughts on the new canon and especially how the armor of the new villain (the one with the light claymore) is looking similar to Revan's armor.

He basically said that he's paid some attention and that this was "interesting". He realizes business is business, though he wishes his material didn't have to be retconned. HOWEVER: He's noticed that stuff that far out on the timeline from the movies has remained largely untouched.

He went on to say he 'wouldn't mind' working on something if approached.


Far as I'm concerned: I've already resigned myself to 'niche' or 'relic' SW fan of legends.
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Well, okay. But if anyone starts talking about timelines and multiverses, heads are coming off.

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Got news for ya, people have *already* been talking about this. considering Disney owns Marvel and Marvel did it for DECADES successfully, as DC is doing, it isn't out of the realm.


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