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The report comes from Vulture who asserts that Snyder’s Star Wars entry will be a standalone project not a “numbered” trilogy entry (meaning it’s not episode 7, 8, or 9). Details are very scarce at this point but there are a few things we do know – assuming that Vulture’s information is accurate (and doesn’t change as development ramps up).As mentioned, the film is expected to be a stand-alone story set in the Star Wars universe and NOT a trilogy entry. The Samurai Story will take place after Episode VI and likely tell a story that occurs in the same timeframe as Episodes VII, VIII, and IX. The setup is loosely based on Seven Samurai, the 1954 classic from Akira Kurosawa.
Drake is flamboyant, and may go over the top, but if he were not that extrovert then who would move things along?
You'll have to explain that statement further.
You could always just not buy things.
Hmmm. Not a very *fan* thing to say;What real fan would say NO to a new Star Wars movie just so they wouldn't have to pay to see it, and other items that are optional.