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It’s hard to believe that less than a week has gone by since we learned George Lucas was selling Star Wars to Disney, and that more Star Wars movies will be made. Until that announcement I had figured that, one day a decade or two from now, we would see Star Wars Episode VII get made. If you had asked me one week ago if we would be planning on watching Episode VII in theaters by 2015, I would have called you crazy.

I’m one of the original old school fans of Star Wars. When I first watched the original Star Wars – and back when it came out in May 1977, there wasn’t any “Episode IV” title in the opening crawl – I was just a seven-year-old kid. True, a seven-year-old boy that was obsessed with everything to do with sci-fi movies and outer space, so watching that first Star Wars »

- Patrick Sauriol

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