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Will “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” keep the opening crawl theme and rolling credits theme??? Yes, they probably will…

Some of you may ask, will JJ keep the opening theme and the rolling credits theme as you hear in these videos below? You hear them on every Star Wars movie, even the prequels. So yeah, I think we’ll definitely get the same opening theme song for the famous crawl and the same music for the end credits like always.

I’m sure it’ll be like this for the next trilogy.

I’m not sure if Disney plans on using these two theme songs for spin off movies, though. These theme songs were made for the original series, I would assume.

Yeah, John Williams did the score for the rest of “The Force Awakens” too and I’m sure he’ll kill it like always.

Of course, they will keep these two theme songs. They have to. They always start and end like that. If JJ changed the music for the opening and end credits, that would anger a lot of Star Wars fans so he have to keep them in the film.

Kev

Why are people so surprised of all the secrecy in JJ’s “SW: The Force Awakens”, I’m not surprise at all…

I’m seeing  a lot of Star Wars fans how they are so impressed with all the secrecy in the Star Wars trailers on how they didn’t reveal much of anything. Why are you surprised? I’m not at all.

I’ve seen most of JJ’s work over the years including the TV show “LOST”. I’ve also seen all of JJ’s films that he’s directed and produced over the years. All the movies that he’s directed or produced, anything that JJ is involved, you can expect a lot of secrecy before the movie comes out. Why? He has always been a pretty secretive guy with all of his movies everything from “Super 8”, “MI: III”, the two Star Trek films, “Cloverfield”, etc.

He just never liked to reveal a lot before the movie comes out. He’s the same way with all of his TV shows too. This is how he has always been.

Which is great that he does this ’cause most film makers in Hollywood reveal a bit too much before the film comes out these days.

There are only very few directors these days who are secretive on his movies… those guys are JJ Abrams and Christopher Nolan. Chris Nolan is also full of secrecy with his movies as well. Steven Spielberg is another one.

Yeah, I too hate movie trailers that show the whole movie but JJ does a great job of not doing that. He’s the best at making movie trailers for sure, he always has been.

If you’re planning to see “The Force Awakens” on opening day or opening weekend, better order your tickets now ’cause all the theaters will probably be sold out quick. It’s gonna be a big movie and the theaters will be packed for sure so get ready for the long lines if you think you can handle it.

Will I see it opening weekend? I’m not sure yet. I think it’s better for me to see it sometime after Christmas and wait for the crowds to calm down. I don’t really enjoy going to the movie theater that is full of people. That’s why I prefer going during the day when there’s not a lot of people. I like watching movies when there’s not a lot of noise.

Kev

“Godzilla” director Gareth Edwards on board to direct “Star Wars” stand alone movie!!!

The “Star Wars” official facebook just dropped this interesting news. The director of the new “Godzilla” movie which I just saw two days ago just got signed to direct an untitled “Star Wars” standalone movie. As you can see Disney/Lucasfilm aren’t saying anything of what this stand-alone film is. Gary Whitta is set to write the script and this film is scheduled to be released in Dec. 2016.

http://starwars.com/news/gareth-edwards-and-gary-whitta-onboard-for-star-wars-stand-alone-film.html

How much do you wanna bet this film is either gonna be the Han Solo or Boba Fett spinoff? I bet Han Solo is first.

I didn’t find it a surprise that Gareth Edwards is gonna be involved in Star Wars somehow ’cause when I saw the new “Godzilla” film two days ago, I felt like I was watching a “Star Wars” film a little bit.

Once again, this film will have nothing to do with the upcoming new trilogy. This is for a standalone/spin-off of some sort.

Kev