By Matt O'Bryant
What's up guys and gals,
Recently Lawrence Kasdan the writer of the Empire Strikes Back and the upcoming Star Wars: The Force Awakens sat down for an interview with the LA Times. We have some of the best parts of the interview for everyone to check out below.
Check out the interview below:
LA Times: When you look back at the run-up to the releases of The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi, how does the anticipation and hoopla surrounding The Force Awakens feel by comparison?
LAT: At this point, it’s hard to imagine how much higher the expectations could get. There are already predictions this could be the biggest hit of all time.
LAT: When you were brought on board The Force Awakens, you represented a connection back to the roots of Star Wars. Did you ever imagine you’d return to the franchise?
LAT: What was the process of collaborating with him on the script like?
LAT: Was the plan always to bring back Luke Skywalker, Han Solo and Princess Leia and mix in a new generation of characters?
SOURCE: YOU CAN CHECK OUT THE FULL INTERVIEW HERE @LA TIMES
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