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Star Wars: Episode VII

The ‘Star Wars’ Sequel That Never Happened

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Del Rey Books

George Lucas had a backup plan.

It might not seem like such a bold move today – in the era of blockbuster franchises – to be planning for a sequel before the first movie has even been released. But, in the 1970s, this was downright revolutionary thinking. Especially considering that we’re talking about a movie set in another galaxy in an era where such films were considered inane. (Granted, some people still consider them inane.) But not only did Lucas have a plan for a 'Star Wars' sequel, he had two plans. One, as you know, became ‘The Empire Strikes Back.’ The other exists as a sort of alternative universe oddity of what could have been – a story titled ‘Splinter of the Mind’s Eye.’

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‘Star Wars’ 3D Releases Scrapped So Lucasfilm Can Focus On ‘Star Wars: Episode 7′

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Lucasfilm/20th Century Fox

In one of the better ideas we've ever heard come out of Lucasfilm, the company has decided to nix the 'Star Wars' 3D re-releases and turn their focus to the future of the franchise - namely 'Star Wars: Episode 7' - instead.

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‘Star Wars: Episode 7′: David Fincher or Jon Favreau the Likely Candidates to Direct?

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Getty Images, 20th Century Fox

And the 'Star Wars: Episode VII' speculation continues. The latest names to be added to the mix of people who are being considered to direct the next 'Star Wars' film is David Fincher but he's not going to get it without a fight from Jon Favreau.

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