Esperamos e esperamos. Todos nós. Não saberia o analista que a espera é uma das coisas que faziam as pessoas ficarem loucas? Esperavam para viver, esperavam para morrer. Esperavam para comprar papel higiênico. Esperavam na fila para pegar dinheiro. E, se não tinham dinheiro, precisavam esperar em filas mais longas. A gente tinha de esperar para dormir e esperar para acordar. Tinha de esperar para se casar e para se divorciar. Esperar para comer e esperar para comer de novo. A gente tinha de esperar na sala de espera do analista com um monte de doidos, e começava a pensar se não estava doido também.
J.J. Abrams may be keeping his cards as close to his chest as humanly possible, but that didn’t stop Disney chairman Bob Iger from letting some basic details slip to investors. At the company’s annual shareholder meeting, Iger revealed some basic info about a few of their projects, including EPISODE VII. Aside from mentioning that it “really looks amazing,” he officially revealed that the film will take place 30 years after RETURN OF THE JEDI (which puts it at approximately 34 ABY in the SW timeline). He also mentioned we’ll be seeing some “familiar faces,” all but confirming that the vets of this franchise, including Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher, Billy Dee Calrissian, and a certain former carpenter, will be making their triumphant returns in the new installment.
Given that it will have been about 32 1/2 years after the release of JEDI when EPISODE VII finally comes out, it’s not any massive revelation that the SW timeline will just about follow suit accordingly. Plus, any sequel of any sort pretty much assumes you’ll be seeing at least some “familiar faces.” Still, it’s safe to assume that Iger, while not “really in the process,” has total access to any and all SW info he wants, so these tidbits feel like more than uninformed misinformation for the public (like, say, J.J. ASSURING us that Khan wasn’t the INTO DARKNESS villain).
But how old will Jar Jar Binks be?