Proposals for Star Wars: Episode 7 plot
Fans of Star Wars may have been disheartened by the prequel trilogy but it seems the addition of J.J. Abrams could mean a fresh approach to this great franchise. With J.J. Abrams at the helm we are expecting the next set of films have more substance, and his work on the Star Trek films gives us hope that the new Star Wars movies will entice more fans, bringing back those who were disappointed with episodes one, two and three.
With Star Wars Episode 7 scheduled to come out in 2015 we are still a long way off, but this is the ideal time for fans to put forward their ideas as this could be instrumental if the powers that be take these reactions and proposals on board.
Those familiar with the story of the expanded universe have been contemplating whether any of this will be used in the upcoming films, although it has been suggested that the new trilogy may not have any relevance to the expanded story, so we are intrigued to know what is required to do these films justice.
In an article on News.com a few fun suggestions are documented, as fans would love to see Jar-Jar Binks killed off instantly. However, we already know there is no love for this character among fans, although it seems that Darth Maul was missed, but how would they bring him back?
Other ideas come from the Force Unleashed games which mention Galen “Starkiller” Marek as the most evil Sith ever while others would like to see weirdly attractive squid head known as Aayla Secura. With the progression of modern technology the prequels had pretty good special effects, so if this new trilogy is set in the future there will be a call for more enhanced tech this time around.
Talk about Jedi Ewoks reminds us of last month’s article where we mentioned pint-sized Warwick Davis who would love to play a villain in the new film, so an Ewok that has succumbed to the darkside would be a fun idea.
The return of some old-timers giving Grandfatherly advice has been suggested with the likes of Yoda and Obi-Wan pointing the heroes in the right direction. A bit of fun with the use of the force would be ideal to break up the seriousness of Star Wars, as more humorous moments would bring some entertaining scenarios for those abusing their powers.
While most of the suggestions may seem a bit silly of far-fetched, we can’t help thinking that fans in general have some of the best ideas, which should be investigated if they want to attract a larger audience.
In a recent post we highlighted what Star Wars Episode 7 should be and spoke about the trilogy being an annual event from 2015 with one film releasing each year after. We discussed an improvisation video on the upcoming films by Patton Oswalt and mentioned a cross-over poster including the X-Men, the Avengers, the Fantastic Four and Clash of the Titans.
We are sure plenty of fun suggestions and scenarios will be put forward by enthusiasts while we wait patiently for more Star Wars news, so what fun ideas do you have to start off the series with Star Wars: Episode 7?