J.J. Abrams Says He and Lawrence Kasdan Took over Screenwriting Duties on STAR WARS: EPISODE VII to Meet the “Time Frame”

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A couple weeks ago, we learned that screenwriter Michael Arndt (Toy Story 3) had left Star Wars: Episode VII, and director J.J. Abrams would write the script with Lawrence Kasdan (The Empire Strikes Back).  A week later, it was reported that although producer Kathleen Kennedy had sought to push the film’s release to 2016, but Disney refused to budge and held on to the previously-announced 2015 release.  Now the two stories have converged with J.J. Abrams explaining that in order to meet the release date, they needed to bring in Kasdan.

Hit the jump for more. [Update: Disney has announced that Star Wars: Episode VII will be released in 3D on December 18, 2015]

jj-abrams-star-warsDuring a conference call to promote his upcoming series Almost Human, Abrams said that the demands of the schedule necessitated bringing in the old pro:

“Working with Michael was a wonderful experience and I couldn’t be a bigger fan of his or adore him more, He’s a wonderful guy and was incredibly helpful in the process.  And working with Lawrence Kasdan, especially on a Star Wars movie, is unbeatable.  It became clear that given the time frame and given the process and the way the thing was going that working with Larry, in this way, was going to get us where we need to be and when we needed to be.  That doesn’t preclude working with Michael again in the future, at all.  I couldn’t say enough good things about him.  He’s one of the smartest guys, and one of the best writers around.”

In other words, “Nothing to see here, nothing is fucked, we’re going to get this film out in 2015, the Force is strong with Kasdan.”  This could be the case, but every bump in the road is going to feel like an earthquake to fans who want desperately want Episode VII to meet their high expectations.

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  • SomeGuy

    Will Michael Arndt get a story credit?

    • 80sRobot

      The way Abrams is quoted here, it sounds like they’ve completely jettisoned Arndt’s work. Which begs the questions: Was his draft terrible? Are Kasdan and Abrams basing their draft on Lucas’ outline and ideas for Episode 7? Will the main lead still be a young female Jedi — which was one of the the strongest rumors. (I predict yes. Abrams after all created Felicity and Alias; I bet he wants to bring a young female bad-ass to the Star Wars franchise.)

      • GrimReaper07

        I think the opposite of what you’re thinking is happening here. It’d take much muuuuch longer to start from scratch than to pick up where Arndt left off. The “problem” was that Arndt was taking his time to write the best script possible, but that didn’t go well with their schedule and need to release the film as soon as possible.

      • Diego Fernando Salazar Proaño

        I was actually thinking the same thing. But J.J. is a great writer on his own right (Fringe and Super 8 -there is something to that movie that I just love it-), as is Kasdan. I consider myself more of a Trekkie (yes, thanks to Abrams, I’ve seen all the 10 old movies and I love them) but right now, consider me intrigued.

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      • enderandrew

        George Lucas’ son said that JJ Abrams and Lucas have been talking constantly about story.

        We know that Lucas and Arndt had one story in mind before the sale to Disney. My guess is that Abrams convinced Lucas that they should go in another direction and Arndt didn’t want to throw what he already wrote out the window.

        Abrams can maintain professional respect for Arndt as a writer but want to tell another story.

        We don’t know how different this new story is compared to what Lucas originally wanted. But let us not forget that it was Lucas who came up with the core story for the new trilogy at Kennedy’s request. And Arndt just wrote script treatments off what Lucas came up with.

        Lucas also came up with the story of the prequels and Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. I don’t think Episode II and III are as bad as people make them out to be, but it is entirely possible that the changes Abrams suggested to the story are improvements over what Lucas originally wanted.

      • GrimReaper07

        I don’t know where you got that Lucas wrote the core story for the new films, because everywhere I read it said the complete opposite. Arndt wrote a treatment for the three films and got hired as the screenwriter. For months he’s been writing the first movie. Abram could perfectly be talking to Lucas about Arndt’s script, specially because Lucas only ever hinted that he had a small idea of what he wanted a new trilogy to be.

        If you’re right though (though, to be perfectly honest and I’m not trying to be a prick, there’s nothing to support your statements) then I’m even more worried about the film, because Lucas isn’t the greatest of writers and Arndt is an amazing one.

      • enderandrew

        How about from the mouth of Lucas and Kennedy?

        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YyqlTi7lkhY

        The second that Lucas decided to retire and hand Lucasfilm to Kathleen Kennedy, she asked him to come up with the story for a new trilogy. And then they hired Arndt to write 50 page script treatments based upon the ideas Lucas came up with.

        Every single major story that covered the Disney purchase reported they were using the story ideas for the new story ideas that Lucas came up with.

        This story that covers the details pretty thoroughly mentioned how that was a sticking point of the deal. If Disney bought Lucasfilm, they had to use the story ideas Lucas already laid out for the new Star Wars movies.

        http://www.businessweek.com/articles/2013-03-07/how-disney-bought-lucasfilm-and-its-plans-for-star-wars#p4

      • GrimReaper07

        Nowhere in those two quite old articles you posted does it say that the things that Lucas wrote are anywhere in Star Wars VII. It says he wrote a story for how he feels the story should go and that he was involved in writing the various books on Star Wars and such, but that he handed them over to Kennedy for her to do as she pleases. Google searches on Lucas writing the treatment for episode VII also yield no results.

        http://screenrant.com/george-lucas-star-wars-role/

        Abrams obviously talks to Lucas about the new film because the franchise is his baby and nobody knows it better than him, but that does not mean he is creatively involved in the film. Arndt was specifically hired to write the treatment for the new trilogy as well as the script for Episode VII and there are no indications that they are based off a story that Lucas wrote. I’m sure that they must have something to do with each other on a very basic level, but that doesn’t mean Lucas wrote the story for the three films, which I’m honestly grateful for. Lucas has done a great thing creating Star Wars, but the prequels were mediocre, to say the least, and new blood is exactly what the franchise needs.

        What I got from this specific article though, is that Abrams and Kasdan are taking over from what Arndt has written to write the movie faster. It in no way means they’re throwing away what he’s written, which must be a lot by now.

      • enderandrew

        Your reading comprehension fails. I never said Lucas was writing the script or the treatment. He did the story outline, and Arndt was hired for the treatment.

        I said (as the linked article, and basically every article on the planet) that Lucas did the story concepts. Arndt did the 50 page script treatments. Arndt was initially hired to write the full script, and now Abrams and Kasdan are doing the script.

        But the article I linked went into great detail how Lucas demanded as part of the sale to Disney that the new trilogy had to be focused on the story outline he laid out.

        And the YouTube video I linked, he says it with Kathleen Kennedy there (new CEO of Lucasfilm). Kennedy asked him to do the story outline.

        And I can link 50 more articles that say the same thing.

      • GrimReaper07

        Outline or treatment, it doesn’t matter. In that website you posted its says he wrote an outline, in the interview they specifically say treatment. Point is, Lucas wasn’t hired to write either of them, he just handed them over to Kennedy and Disney for them to do what they pleased with them. The end story might or might not be based on this, but there’s absolutely no confirmation of that. And no, nowhere else does it say the new Star Wars movies are based on a story thought up by Lucas. He’s only credited everywhere as a creative consultant.

        Also, in your first reply you said that Arndt was fired because Abrams wanted to go in a different direction. If time constraints is what they’re worried about, starting a new script as opposed to picking up where Arndt left off is a ridiculous solution.

      • enderandrew

        No confirmation?

        Other than Lucas and Kennedy saying it? Or the official press release? Or the lengthy article that said it was literally a sticking point that Lucas wouldn’t sell Lucasfilm unless the new trilogy was based on the story outline he wrote?

        Saying that there is zero confirmation that they’re basing the script off the story ideas Lucas laid out is nothing short of outright lies to cover up your initial ignorance.

      • Chico

        You are using some pretty lame sources.

      • enderandrew

        The official announcement from Kathleen Kennedy and George Lucas is a lame source?

      • enderandrew

        George Lucas’ son said that JJ Abrams and Lucas have been talking constantly about story.

        We know that Lucas and Arndt had one story in mind before the sale to Disney. My guess is that Abrams convinced Lucas that they should go in another direction and Arndt didn’t want to throw what he already wrote out the window.

        Abrams can maintain professional respect for Arndt as a writer but want to tell another story.

        We don’t know how different this new story is compared to what Lucas originally wanted. But let us not forget that it was Lucas who came up with the core story for the new trilogy at Kennedy’s request. And Arndt just wrote script treatments off what Lucas came up with.

        Lucas also came up with the story of the prequels and Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. I don’t think Episode II and III are as bad as people make them out to be, but it is entirely possible that the changes Abrams suggested to the story are improvements over what Lucas originally wanted.

      • enderandrew

        George Lucas’ son said that JJ Abrams and Lucas have been talking constantly about story.

        We know that Lucas and Arndt had one story in mind before the sale to Disney. My guess is that Abrams convinced Lucas that they should go in another direction and Arndt didn’t want to throw what he already wrote out the window.

        Abrams can maintain professional respect for Arndt as a writer but want to tell another story.

        We don’t know how different this new story is compared to what Lucas originally wanted. But let us not forget that it was Lucas who came up with the core story for the new trilogy at Kennedy’s request. And Arndt just wrote script treatments off what Lucas came up with.

        Lucas also came up with the story of the prequels and Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. I don’t think Episode II and III are as bad as people make them out to be, but it is entirely possible that the changes Abrams suggested to the story are improvements over what Lucas originally wanted.

    • dangeer

      Can’t imagine he wouldn’t. It reminds me of when Guillermo Del Toro left The Hobbit. He still gets a credit for those films. No reason Arndt shouldn’t get one for Ep VII.

      • Chico

        Del Toro’s name jumped out. Saw Pacific Rim last night. Worst piece of garbage.

      • Norman Dostal

        wrong-it was actually a fun popcorn movie like the classic godzilla flicks-no one agrees with you-look at those millions!

      • dangeer

        It was one of my favorite movies this summer. Sorry you didn’t like it.

      • The Flobbit

        Del Toro produced and co-wrote the screenplay for The Hobbit. THAT is why he has a credit.

      • The Flobbit

        Del Toro produced and co-wrote the screenplay for The Hobbit. THAT is why he has a credit.

  • lordjim

    imagine they would have pressured stanley kubrick with fucking release dates…
    hollywood is beyond saving.

    • Kevin

      Kubrick never made a film in a franchise.

      • Geronimo

        Uh, are you serious? Eyes Wide Shut is a sequel to The Shining. It’s so obvious. I can’t believe you missed that, Kevin. Jesus. Well, you must know that The Shining is a prequel to The X-Men, right? Danny is the first mutant ever. I can’t believe you didn’t know that. My God. My freaking God!

      • Kevin

        Silly me.

      • Chico

        Eyes Wide Shut, SUCKED

      • lordjim

        that´s no excuse, it´s not like they would do a star wars sequel every year anyway, it´s not marvel or dc.

      • Kevin

        Not a sequel every year, but we are going to be getting a Star Wars film every year.

    • Daniel O’Reilly

      Yep. Not even Star Wars is worth the time to get it right.

  • Doug_101

    Thank you for including the best poster to the best Star Wars film in this post. I know it’s the first one Kasdan is associated with, but still, love that poster.

    • non de plum

      Ehh, I don’t see ‘Revenge Of The Sith’ up in this shitty article. Episode 3 is the best.

      • Harry Palm

        The best at being awful. I love how Anakin goes from ‘I’m going to turn you in, you lying bastard!’ to killing kids in the span of about two minutes. I also love how Padme drops dead of a broken heart despite the fact that she just gave birth to two children. What a bitch.

  • dangeer

    “This could be the case, but every bump in the road is going to feel like an earthquake to fans who want desperately want Episode VII to meet their high expectations.”

    Which it probably won’t.

    • Never Nude

      it could be the greatest most godlike movie of all time and never meet the crazy expectations of insane shut in fans living in their parents basement

      • dangeer

        Ha! Yeah…

        Mark my words. There will be mass disappointment. I, however, will most likely think it’s pretty rad. So far, Abrams has not let me down.

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  • mattinacan

    if this movie is a weak as JJ’s other films we are in big trouble

    • Diego Fernando Salazar Proaño

      Say what, again?

      • mattinacan

        what is confusing you. Star Trek, Super 8, MI:3, are some of the most poorly written, clunky Spielberg knockoffs i have ever seen.

      • mattinacan

        what is confusing you. Star Trek, Super 8, MI:3, are some of the most poorly written, clunky Spielberg knockoffs i have ever seen.

      • Diego Fernando Salazar Proaño

        You are joking, right? If you say the same about Fringe, you must definitely be joking!

      • MCP

        He only Exec. Produced Fringe and hardly wrote any stories/episodes, besides the original outline.

        Though, effing love that show, been missing it….
        Hopefully Almost Human will help with the Fringe fix that I need!

      • Diego Fernando Salazar Proaño

        But, at risk of sounding as an Abrams fanboy, his ideas are what made the show great. So….

      • Diego Fernando Salazar Proaño

        That, and the fact that you just insulted three of my favorite movies IN THE SAME SENTENCE!!!!

      • mattinacan

        everyone can have their own opinion. i think those movies were mediocre, i can’t even remember the plot to any of them. I haven’t seen Fringe so I can’t comment, but I hated Lost.

      • Diego Fernando Salazar Proaño

        Well, sorry if I overreacted but you are right about that, everyone can have their opinions. Lets just hope this movie meets everyones expectations.

      • Joseph M

        Abrams is an excellent television script writer. Film, not so much. Super 8, MI3, STID…none of them, or any of his others, really shone. He needs to put his ego aside and let a pro handle the gig. Kasdan’s peak was 20 years ago, but out of respect, I don’t want to write him off just yet.

      • SergeantLuke

        Abrams did not write STID! He only directed STID! It was written by Damon Lindelof, Alex Kurtzman, and Roberto Orci!

      • Chico

        Lost grabbed my attention but it soon petered off. It seems that Abrams got board or something and lost control of making logical sense. He started on other tangents that were totally “out there”. It got boring real fast. He did this on Protocol
        He’s way over rated. He’s Spielberg’s protege

      • lordjim

        three of your favorites??!jesus, go out and watch some movies man, that´s fucking crazy!did you call your first cheesburger the best cheesburger you ever had?

      • Diego Fernando Salazar Proaño

        Whoa! I’m sorry if I don’t watch a lot of Bergman, Antonioni, Pasolini or Godard like you probably do. Sorry for wanting to watch Super 8 or MI:3 after 2001, Clockwork Orange or Mulholland Dr. Didn’t know it was a sin to sit back and enjoy a couple of hours and consider those films as favourites. My apologies.

      • lordjim

        i didn´t want to be rude, it´s not a sin and you don´t have to watch godard (for now ;)) i have seen these movies so it´s not that i cannot enjoy a good blockbuster, but even spielberg or the first mission impossible are better by a mile, so i am really surprised, i mean a few hours is okay but there are too many great movies out there to waste your time and watch super 8 or star trek or MI:3 a second or even third time, get some new food the menu is larger than that!

      • Diego Fernando Salazar Proaño

        Well, not that I wanted to sound rude either or that I can be easily pleased but those movies somehow reached me in ways that I know may not have reached other people, specially Super 8 (I don’t know, I loved my childhood and conected with the fact that films is something I want and will struggle to do) and Star Trek (introduced me to the old movies, that I love, and you can’t deny it has a very emotional opening for a blockbuster). Maybe it was a stretch to call MI:3 a favorite but hey, next to the second one, anything would look like a masterpiece!

      • lordjim

        i mean i don´t have a problem with blockbusters but i am surprised that people who enjoy them are not a bit more adventerous in their taste, i like movies that show me something i haven´t seen before, abrams just shows me something that has been made better by other pople decades ago, so i am really surprised how anybody could consider his movies special at all.

      • Diego Fernando Salazar Proaño

        Well, he has a distinctive style, whether you like it or not (I like it, although sometimes the lens flares are a bit excesive, lol) and has introduced some nice character moments in blockbuster films (a rarity these days) better than a lot of filmmakers and that has a true passion for what he does, even if you don’t like the outcome. I think that what he tries to do, even if it doesn’t always work as intended, is worth of respect.
        Bottom line: maybe he can’t be compared to Spielberg (on his heyday) and others, but for these days, he, among Chris Nolan, Neil Blomkampf and, soon in blockbusters, Duncan Jones, is a very welcome breath of fresh air. IMHO.

        PS: I do think that ST Into Darkness would have been better if John Harrison stayed as John Harrison, but I would blame it to Lindelof, Kurtzman and Orci on that.

      • Sweet Pea

        Wow, for someone who has such eclectic tastes and who likes to be shown something new with every film, you have a surprising low amount of empathy… Not everyone who loves film is into highbrow cinema, just like people who are into arty film dont also have to like hollywood blockbusters, why do film snobs never get that the two dont have to be mutually exclusive?? lol

      • lordjim

        i am afraid you misunderstood my points completely.if a movie is good it doesn´t matter if it´s a blockbuster or an artmovie, i mean didn´t i made it clear that i liked the first mission impossible??

      • Chico

        Maybe this is off subject …BUT……saw WWZ and Pacific Rim in past few days
        I can honestly say that they fall into the worst films category.

      • Norman Dostal

        Super 8 was pretty lame-Star Trek was great

      • mattinacan

        what is confusing you. Star Trek, Super 8, MI:3, are some of the most poorly written, clunky Spielberg knockoffs i have ever seen.

    • http://thenonessentials.blogspot.com/ Sean Chandler

      You can like or dislike whatever you want.

      BUT his Rotten Tomatoes scores for his films are 70%, 95%, 82%, and 87%. While Star Wars may be in trouble for you, the majority of people and critics enjoy his work.

      • Brenno

        You’ve cut through the bullcrap to the gold below; movie will succeed at it’s purpose of entertainment for 99% of the movie going population

      • mattinacan

        The people who buy a ticket, and the people who enjoy his work are two separate things. The RT score is meaningless, Crystal Skull got 79%, Fast & Furious 6 got 70%, shitty movies get good reviews all the time.

      • http://thenonessentials.blogspot.com/ Sean Chandler

        Crystal Skulls is a good example of Rotten Tomatoes failing it’s audience, and Fast & Furious 6 is an awful example of Rotten Tomatoes failing. The people who Fast & Furious 6 was supposed to appeal to, liked that movie. Movie reviewers don’t review movies on the mattinacan standard. They’re trying to decide if the film is good on it’s own standards.

      • mattinacan

        you enjoy mediocrity, to each his own. let’s agree to disagree.

      • Brenno

        mediocrity according to who?
        mattinacan = pretentious twat

      • http://thenonessentials.blogspot.com/ Sean Chandler

        Like I said, I can respect that you don’t like his work, but a whole lot of people do. So saying his work is mediocrity is saying your opinion is more important than millions of opinions.

      • lordjim

        nobody could seriously call justin biber a great musician, millions of opionions only count when they are based on experience.there are millions of people out there who love reality shows should i belive those are great?why would you even count their opinion??millions of children believe that mc donald´s make the best burgers because they don´t know what a good burger is.i love movies!i have seen german expressionism, i heave seen italian neorealism, i have seen french nouvelle vague, i have seen american comic book movies, and i know great examples from all the different genres, so i can say without the slightest doubt that my opinion is based on something, i can make arguments for it, and it is more important than the opinion of millions who only turn on their tv´s to forget about their lifes and don´t even really care for what they not even choose to watch.if something on the sci fi channel would be the first movie you ever seen you would consider it a masterpiece with great special effects.

      • Chico

        “mediocrity” is a hole Hollywood is stuck in and more and more, it is or has been the standard for at least the last 10 years.

      • http://tarek-to-verso.over-blog.com/ tarek

        Even sharknado got 80%

      • Chico

        I do agree with you. RT is a joke. Audience must be VERY YOUNG by the way they vote. The “critics” are something else. Never heard of most of them OR the rags they write for.

      • mbmarquis69

        RT scores are not meaningless. Inexplicable to me, sometimes, but I don’t fault the score when I disagree with it. I just assume that I’m in the minority. I don’t know why this is such a difficult concept for some people to grasp.

        Edit: Actually I do know why this is a hard concept to grasp. Because people would rather believe that consensus is wrong than to accept that their opinion is not in line with it.

      • lordjim

        are you joking?if every single critic agrees that a movie is slightly above mediocre it gets 100 percent on rottentomatoes, so the tomatoemeter might tell you if a movie is not a complete waste of your lazy sunday afternoon but really nothing else.and movies like carpenter´s the thing, bladerunner, or night of the hunter which are considered to be masterpieces now where completely dismissed by critics when they came out, because the majority rather enjoys shit it has been fed with already than something unique, that hasn´t been seen before.

    • Chico

      Thank you for pointing that out, Matt.
      Abrams is the most over blown action director. And Nolan also

      • mattinacan

        we can agree on Abrams, but Memento and TDK are in my top 20 films of all time – for that alone I’ll never speak ill of Nolan.

  • GrimReaper07

    **** this. Rushing the script to meet the deadline is not how this should be made, specially after the prequels.

  • Jared

    Adding “personality” to your writing is one thing, but dropping F-bombs is just trashy and unprofessional. C’mon Collider, get it together.

  • kemo

    It’ll be rushed, severely compromised, and under done to meet a business deadline

    • Never Nude

      Theres nothing wrong with meeting deadlines. Time does not equal a good movie. Most of cinemas greatest movies were compromised in some wau or rushed somewhat to meet a deadline, including the original Star Wars trilogy. Too much time and you end up with something like the prequels…

    • http://thenonessentials.blogspot.com/ Sean Chandler

      A film with AT LEAST 3 and half years of production is rushed?

  • Farrell

    “Working with Michael was so great and his script was so good we threw it out and started over”.

  • Farrell

    “Working with Michael was so great and his script was so good we threw it out and started over”.

  • Farrell

    “Working with Michael was so great and his script was so good we threw it out and started over”.

  • matt murdock

    Please God, I hope Lawrence is doing most of the screen writing and not that hack, JJ. I am completely down on this Abrams character after that abortion, Into Darkness. This D-bag, can’t come up with an original idea if his life depended on it.

    It’s ironic that Collider posts a pic of the ESB movie poster. I am sure hacky JJ will lift at least one iconic scene from the best movie in the series, Empire.

    • Diego Fernando Salazar Proaño

      You are aware that he didn’t write the movie, don’t you?

      • Intravenus de Milo

        do YOU? lol

      • Diego Fernando Salazar Proaño

        I am. Star Trek Into Darkness was written by Kurtzman, Orci and Lindelof. Not Abrams. Check IMDb if you don’t believe me.

    • axalon

      What’s up with all the negativity? If you don’t like Abrams, you don’t like him. You don’t have to spray hate all over the internet. I promise, it’s not going to make you feel better.

  • Intravenus de Milo

    High expectations? The thought finally occurred to me that this sequel will benefit from the dismal prequels. If anything my expectations, even as a life long Star Wars fan, are tempered. i got burnt by the prequels. They wont burn me again!

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  • http://tarek-to-verso.over-blog.com/ tarek

    I am pretty sure Lucas will insist to make Jar Jar appear as a cameo.
    It is in the deal with disney.

  • seamus

    Whatever talentless hack jj abrams. Whatever. You just want to shit on Star Wars like you did with Star Trek with your shit awful star trek remakes.

    jj abrams = banal = unoriginal hack!

    for the stupid people out there, you know, the people that suck jj’s jewish meatballs and are fans, you stupid people, banal means talentless, unoriginal.

    • humans are shit and suc!

      Damn straight!

  • lake

    yawn! dumbass ugly jewish hack, redundant I know, but just emphasizing the failure of this hack job phony star wars movie/wannabe. jj should slit his throat.

  • scott will

    I have a bad feeling about this

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  • joey anthony

    ugh not happy about this film being released in 3d.i hate this 3d crap.they tried to force this on the public before and it didn’t work.get rid of the 3d crap and just release a normal viewing movie.

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