Star Wars Episode VII doesn’t have a script or budget at this time, despite wishful thinking on the part of eager fans. The revelation was made by Disney chairman Alan Horn at the “Dealmakers Breakfast” event hosted by Variety on Friday morning. Show More Summary
The 'Star Wars: Episode VII' script has yet to be turned in, and 'Indiana Jones 5' is still several years away, according to Disney Chairman Alan Horn. The post ‘Star Wars: Episode VII’ & ‘Indiana Jones 5? Development Updates appeared first on Screen Rant.
Lately it seems the only news regarding Star Wars: Episode VII has been how little real news there is: I seem to be doing reports on everything the production hasn’t done yet at least once a week. Disney chairman Alan Horn spoke this morning at the Variety “dealmaker” breakfast. According to Horn, JJ Abrams and […]
Chairman of Walt Disney Studios, Alan Horn, spoke at a Variety event this morning and let fly with some updates from what was formally the world of Lucasfilm-Only: Disney expects to get script for Star Wars 7 in January. No … Continue reading ? The post Disney Has No ‘Star Wars’ Script, But Plans For ‘Wars’ and ‘Jones’ Futures Anyway appeared first on Latino-Review.com.
Disney's Alan Horn confirmed the studio's plan for one Star Wars movie a year starting in 2015. Indiana Jones 5 is still at least two years away from happening. [...]
While speaking this morning at Variety 's dealmaker breakfast, Walt Disney Studios chairman Alan Horn revealed that, while work isn't yet complete on the script for the upcoming Star Wars: Episode VII, the studio expects J.J. Abrams and Lawrence Kasdan to have it ready in January. Show More Summary
Curious why the calendar has almost turned and we still have little to no information about Star Wars Episode VII? Because the people paying for it don’t have much information either. Alan Horn, the Chairman of Disney, was speaking at a Variety event Friday morning and revealed he expects to finally see a script for […]
Governor Jerry Brown talked about the promise of California and played up the state’s economic comeback during a campaign fundraiser Thursday at Disney Studio boss Alan Horn’s Bel-Air home. A mostly industry crowd of about 100 including Robert Downey Jr. Show More Summary
Star Wars: Episode VII has a release date. J.J. Abrams’ new film will open to the public on December 18, 2015, according to an announcement on StarWars.com. The announcement was written by Alan Horn, chairman of The Walt Disney Studios. Show More Summary
Let the countdown officially begin: Star Wars: Episode VII will hit theaters on December 18, 2015. The major news was announced today via a statement by Walt Disney Studios chairman Alan Horn. “We’re very excited to share the official...Show More Summary
Holiday movie season 2015 is going to belong to "Star Wars" fans. After vague references to when the upcoming "Star Wars" installment, "Episode VII," might appear, Disney Studios chairman Alan Horn confirmed on Wednesday that the movie will be released on December 18, 2015. “We’re very excited to share the official 2015 release date for […]
His re-election is a year away and as much of a sure thing as any can be in politics but Hollywood is already opening up their check books for Jerry Brown. A $1,000 to $27,200 a ticket November 21 fundraiser for the Democratic incumbent has been set at Disney Studios boss Alan Horn and his wife Cindy’s Bel Air home. Show More Summary
DreamWorks CEO Stacey Snider also discusses working with Disney film head Alan Horn. read more
Last weekend perhaps the biggest news out of the D23 Expo was the lack of ANY NEWS from “Star War: Episode VII.” The fans had every right to boo Walt Disney Studios chairman Alan Horn when he said: “I do … Continue reading ? The post ‘Palpatine’ Will Return (But Not As A Clone) in ‘Star Wars: Episode VII’ appeared first on Latino-Review.com.
So D23 is over, and we still don't know anything about "Star Wars: Episode VII." Was it fair for the crowd in Anaheim to boo Walt Disney Studios chairman Alan Horn when he announced that there wouldn't be anything new about the upcoming sequel? Probably, since that had been the clear expectation of the fans [...]
This past weekend, Disney chairman Alan Horn was audibly booed by fans at Disney’s D23 expo for saying nothing about “Star Wars: Episode VII" other...
Walt Disney Studios Chairman Alan Horn came to play at Disney’s D23 Expo. The huge crowd in the packed Disney Arena was in pure hysterics over Disney’s upcoming film slate. Horn kicked off the presentation by talking about all of their various divisions and the breath of it is just kind of staggering – […]
Ahoy, squirts! Quint here. So, the big Disney Live Action panel was a bit of a fizz-out in terms of news breaks. Star Wars was mentioned and Alan Horn did confirm a Summer 2015 release date for Episode VII and that Lawrence Kasdan and Simon Kinsberg are developing spin-off flicks, but other than that there was nothing. Show More Summary
While Disney chairman Alan Horn touted the studio’s upcoming features at their D23 Expo in Anaheim, attendees couldn't help but notice that Star Wars: Episode VII updates were missing from the presentation. According to The Hollywood Reporter pointed out, "Much of the footage shown during the first half of the... More »
Anthony D’Alessandro contributes to Deadline’s D23 coverage. Disney Studios chair Alan Horn is talking Stars Wars today but he’s not giving anything away. ”Our priorty is Star Wars. It will be out Summer 2015, Look for Episode VII. We’re also doing films from the Star Wars universe. Show More Summary