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Joss Whedon Talks His Version of Episode VII. Wait, What?

Joss Whedon, you may have heard of the name. He directed a little movie called The Avengers, no big deal, you may have seen it.  Star Wars, you may have heard of that as well, new movie coming out in 2015, we may have talked about it.  Well, in the minds of a lot of fans, Whedon would be the perfect choice to direct Episode 7.  Seems Joss has thought about it as well, because he shared what he would do if he was actually directing the movie.  Geek out in 4,3,2,1…

Now, before I show you the video, keep a calm head.  It’s not like Joss diagrams out an entire story line for Episode 7, if he was given the chance to direct it. But he does offer what direction he would take and I tend to agree with him.  The video comes from an interview Joss was giving to Digital Spy about his new movie Much Ado About Nothing.  And while the Star Wars franchise is in good hands with J.J. Abrams, it’s always fun to imagine what someone like Whedon would do with the movie. 

 Like I said, brief, but definitely makes the mind wonder.  Well, maybe in the future, Whedon will take the reins of one of the sequels or spin-offs that Disney has planned, but until that point, I’m more than okay with Whedon in the Avengers universe.  In fact, I’m kinda looking forward to the Avengers sequel more than I am Episode 7.  But that could change next week.   Anyone want to take bets on which sequel will end up being the better movie?

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That's the direction I think they're going to take anyway.

Wednesday, March 13, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterJ.Bradley

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