As you might have all heard, nerds around the world have broken into two factions. The pro Disney+Star Wars mashup and the Anti-Registration-Leave-Star-Wars-Alone-Already-Fraction. Also known as "ARLS-WAAF." Now it is granted everyone is allowed their own opion on the matter, but lemme spoon feed you some quick little facts (before I tell you where I stand).
-Disney agreement to purchase Lucasfilm for $4.05 billion. The current plan is to have Star Wars Episode 7 ready to go at 2015 (granted this can change at any second).
-They will not just create one "episode" but keep the trend and have another three made, those exact dates are still unanounced; their long-term plan: Release a new Star Wars feature film every two to three years.
-According to the deal, Disney is acquiring Lucasfilm and all of it's sub-companies from George Lucas, (who still owns 100-percent of the company). Including Lucasfilm’s hugely profitable film technology & marketing companies such as LucasArts, Lucasfilm Ltd., Industrial, Skywalker Sound, & Light & Magic. Do not read the following if Star Wars Episode I, II, or III are your favorite(s)... Just go look at the picture gallery for laughs cause it's about to get serious-
With all of this being said, the hard-core Star Wars fans, such as myself, Ian Crawford, Sam Esbin, and many other leaders involved with "ARLS-WAAF" think this is an abomination, uncool, sell-out-ish, etc. But consider how well Toy Story 3 and the Avengers turned out. Disney has yet to prove us wrong (Regarding those two titles) and how much worse can it get in relation to the "first" three episodes?! Not much... **KNOCKING ON EVERYTHING WOOD IN THE HOUSE**
The point is, no matter where you stand.. let's not start riots right meow, let's take a breath, play some StarCraft II, get ready for Halo 4 and wait to see what Disney's plans will consist of. With all of this being said, what are YOUR thoughts, where do you stand?! If your blood sugar is getting too high, then check out some of these photos for a laugh, or a face-palm.