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Submitted by Crazay 994d ago | rumor

Star Wars: Episode VII May Have Found Its Writer

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Informed sources tell Vulture that Star Wars: Episode VII has found a leading candidate to write the film’s screenplay: Michael Arndt, the Pixar favorite who was nominated for an Oscar for Toy Story 3, won an Oscar for Little Miss Sunshine, and wrote The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, which is currently shooting. Insiders confirm that Arndt has written a 40- to 50-page treatment for the film and is likely to be at least one of the writers when the Disney/Lucasfilm project begins shooting in 2014. (Cinema, Michael Arndt, Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens)

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Crazay  +   995d ago
He's done some nice family/feel good sort of things, I'm sure he's done a damn fine job of Catching Fire too but that was all based on pre-existing material. At any rate,all the speculation is kinda killing me right now. I just want the series to be epic.

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