Star Wars Episode 7 - Everyone Has A Plot Idea!
From Entertainment Tonight
Star Trek Into Darkness director J.J. Abrams is gearing up to also revive the Star Wars franchise, and on Wednesday night's Jimmy Kimmel Live, he got some advice from the original cast of both renowned film series as to what he should implement into the upcoming Star Wars.
Host Jimmy Kimmel commissioned fans from the audience to help Abrams come up with a few ideas and plot lines for his next space project. Even Captain Kirk himself, William Shatner, surprised audiences when he stood up to offer an idea. "Captain Kirk. No rules, no surge, road trip of a lifetime," 82-year-old Shatner, who starred in the original 1966 Star Trek, pitched to the director.
Abrams, 46, supported the actor's idea, saying excitedly, "That actually sounds pretty great." Shatner quipped back, "Yes it is, because I wrote it."
Billy Dee Williams gives J.J. Abrams 'Star Wars' plot suggestions
From Entertainment Weekly
Everyone has ideas for the new Star Wars movies! So, when J.J. Abrams stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live, Kimmel thought it might fun to ask the audience for some suggestions for the new sequels.
The first two guys are in costume and both feel strongly that, “Leia and Chewie need to do it!” The second, who we’ll assume works for Kimmel, really deserves our respect. Talking to J.J. Abrams is a nice perk of the job, but not many guys would go so far as wearing Leia’s gold bikini on national TV.
The third “audience member” is Billy Dee Williams, who played Lando Calrissian in the original trilogy. He suggests, “Two hours of Lando and beautiful ladies making love, sweet love, in the galaxy.”
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