Live Poll: 'Star Wars' You Most Want to See

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As of July 2017, there are at least four new live-action 'Star Wars' movies and a TV series in development at Disney's Lucasfilm. Two in-development projects represent the final sequel trilogy chapters from the original 'Stars Wars' saga. Plus,  two stand alone movies and a stand alone TV series that are part of LucaFilm's effort to expand the 'Star Wars' universe by developing back stories based on the original series.

Which upcoming live-action Star Wars installment are you the most excited about?

LIVE POLL: http://www.imdb.com/poll/91Zs4E-8NsU/

See the partial list in-development Star Wars live-actions projects here: http://www.imdb.com/list/ls031426423/
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I'm honestly convinced that Star Wars: The Last Jedi will not only be the best of the Disney resurgence, but could even be the best Star Wars movie out of all. Rian Johnson is a good writer, and it looks as though the false dichotomy within the force could get deconstructed in a grand statement of duality.

Or maybe not. We'll see.
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Dan, I am not sure where to post this, but I would like some guidance on how to resolve some issues with a live poll. This poll went live on May the Fourth Be with You 2016 before the first of the new 'Star Wars' movies debuted. Live Poll: 'Star Wars' You Most Want to See I have updated the poll twice as new Star Wars information has come to light over the past year and half.

The poll needs to be updated to reflect the changing landscape of post-Lucas 'Star Wars' projects at LucasFilm. Furthermore, the poll needs to resolve the issue of scant details and image availability for in-development projects. Lastly, the poll needs to be future proofed  so as titles move from development to reality, they are still applicable as answer options (Rogue One (2016) and Star Wars: Episode VIII - The Last Jedi (2017)). 

How should I address these issues in this existing poll to make it and keep it relevant going forward? Any insight would be appreciated, I have listed a few ideas below. Please, advise.

The following are the most recent breaking 'Star Wars' big development news stories.

Star Wars’ Obi-Wan Kenobi Movie in Early Development at Disney
August 17, 2017 12:19PM PT Variety - Film News

Sources tell Variety that Disney is in early development on a film centered on Jedi master Obi-Wan Kenobi and is in talks with “Billy Elliot’s” Stephen Daldry to direct. ..There is not yet a script or a writer, sources say, and it’s currently unknown if this will be the next standalone story in the “Star Wars” universe.

Disney has been developing several standalone pics with the goal of keeping fans buying tickets while they wait for the next episodes in the main new trilogy. “Rogue One” was the first of the standalones, and Disney is currently shooting an untitled origin tale of beloved smuggler Han Solo. Some of the other standalones in development include a Jabba the Hutt story and a Boba Fett movie.

New ‘Star Wars’ Trilogy in Works With Rian Johnson, TV Series Also Coming to Disney Streaming Service   November 9, 2017 1:55PM PT Variety - Film News
 
Disney has closed a deal with director Rian Johnson to develop a new “Star Wars” trilogy, and it is planning a live-action “Star Wars” TV series to air on its entertainment streaming service that is expected to launch by the end of 2019. Disney chairman-CEO Bob Iger announced the “Star Wars” news during the company’s quarterly earnings call. ... Johnson helmed “Star Wars: The Last Jedi,” which is due out Dec. 15. He’s set to write and direct another trio of “Star Wars” theatrical pics with his longtime collaborator Ram Bergman.

Game of Thrones’ Creators to Write, Produce New ‘Star Wars’ Series of Films  February 6, 2018 12:35PM PT Variety - Film News
 
Game of Thrones” creators David Benioff and D.B. Weiss are going to write and produce a new series of “Star Wars” films, Disney announced on Tuesday. The new series will be separate from the main episodic Skywalker saga that started with “Star Wars: A New Hope” and is slated to wrap up with 2019’s “Star Wars: Episode IX.” It will also exist independently from a Rian Johnson-helmed series that was announced last year.

Recommended Poll Update
Original Poll Suggestion 12 Jan 2016, Published Live Poll 04 May 2016

Poll Title: Live Poll: 'Star Wars' You Most Want to See
GS Thread: https://getsatisfaction.com/imdb/topics/live-poll-star-wars-you-most-want-to-see/
List URL: http://www.imdb.com/list/ls031426423/
Poll URL: http://www.imdb.com/poll/91Zs4E-8NsU/
Reasons: Poll needs to be updated to reflect the changing landscape of post-Lucas 'Star Wars' projects at LucasFilm. Furthermore, the poll needs to resolve the issue of scant details and image availability for in-development projects. Lastly, future proof the poll so as titles move from development to reality, they are still applicable as answer options (Rogue One (2016) and Star Wars: Episode VIII - The Last Jedi (2017)).

Recommended Changes that Fix and Future Proof Without Changing Nature of Poll
1) Updated title with a 'Sans Lucas' preface to resolve issue of two first titles having premiered and that the scope of poll is really Star Wars projects after Disney's purchase of LucasFilm.
2) Updated Disney in development introduction to February 2018 information
3) Future proof and clarify premise of the question: Which past, upcoming or prospective Star Wars live-action installment are you the most excited about that is a post George Lucas creation?
4) Add recently announced Star Wars upcoming projects #7 through #13, reformat answer options, add key personnel notes for comparison and to drive excitement level when scant details are available about the project.
5) Replace images #3 Solo: A Star Wars Story, #4 J.J. Abrams, #6 Simon Kinberg to show either a standardized official poster or driving force person behind the project to eliminate confusing title tags from other Star Wars titles on answer options.


Prospective Revisions

Rogue One (2016) directed by Gareth Edwards.

Movie Premiere: 16 December 2016

Rebels on a mission to steal the plans to Death Star

I can't wait! I need my Star Wars fix now. I don't care whether it is from the original series or a spin-off. Any Stars Wars will do, so long as I don't have to wait too long.



Star Wars: Episode VIII - The Last Jedi (2017) directed by Rian Johnson.

Movie Premiere: 15 December 2017

The resistance continue the rebellion, but the First Order wins the battle.

I am a purist and excited to see the first "real" Star Wars movie. I have been following the Star Wars saga a long time and can't wait to see what happens next.



Solo: A Star Wars Story (2018) directed by Ron Howard.

Movie Premiere: 25 May 2018

The origin story of a young Han Solo and friends.

Han Solo is my favorite character. I am really glad for him to get his own film. He deserved a bigger role in the original Star Wars trilogy. I miss him already.



Star Wars: Episode IX (2019) directed by J.J. Abrams.

Movie Premiere: 20 December 2019

Expected conclusion of the Rey-Ren trilogy story arc.

This is the one I have been waiting for, I want to see how it all ends after nine episodes and forty plus years. I love final chapters and how they neatly tie it all together.



Star Wars: Underworld with Battlestar Galactica’s Ronald D. Moore (former key contributor, currently unhelmed)

Series debut: ???

Origin story about a young Boba Fett set primarily in the seedy Coruscant underworld.

This Star Wars installment is long overdue. Finally, we hear the flip side of the story. I am glad the series will focus on the seedier side of the galaxy covering a neglected aspect in a live-action TV series.



Untitled Star Wars Anthology Film authored and led by Simon Kinberg

Expected Movie Premiere: 2020

A 'Star Wars' stand-alone movie from the man behind the X-Men series, Deadpool series and The Martian.

A yet to be announced main character, but speculation focuses on Obi-Wan Kenobi, Boba Fett or Yoda as likely candidates. Surprise Me!



Untitled Star Wars Trilogy: Episode I led by Rian Johnson and Ram Bergman.

Speculative Movie Premiere: 2021

Expected kickoff of the next Star Wars trilogy story arc from the writer-director-producer team of Star Wars: The Last Jedi and Looper.

I love beginning chapters and how they introduce both new characters and a new story line. I can't wait to meet a new cast and see how this Star Wars re-invents itself.



Untitled Star Wars Project-Episode 1 led by David Benioff and D.B. Weiss.

Speculative Movie Premiere: 2022

Expected kickoff of a new Star Wars trilogy story arc from the team that brought you "Games of Thrones".

I love beginning chapters and how they introduce both new characters and a new story line. I can't wait to meet a new cast and see how this Star Wars re-invents itself.



Untitled Star Wars Trilogy: Episode II led by Rian Johnson and Ram Bergman.

Speculative Movie Premiere: 2023

Expected middle act of the next Star Wars trilogy story arc from the writer-director-producer team of Star Wars: The Last Jedi and Looper.

I love middle chapters and how they get to the heart of the conflict. I love the back and forth between the dark and light sides of force. I root for the villain and like how they seem to get the upper hand in middle installments.



Untitled Star Wars Project-Episode 2 led by David Benioff and D.B. Weiss.

Speculative Movie Premiere: 2024

Expected middle act of a new Star Wars trilogy story arc from the team that brought you "Games of Thrones".

I love middle chapters and how they get to the heart of the conflict. I love the back and forth between the dark and light sides of force. I root for the villain and like how they seem to get the upper hand in middle installments.



Untitled Star Wars Trilogy: Episode III led by Rian Johnson and Ram Bergman.

Speculative Movie Premiere: 2025

Expected finale of the next Star Wars trilogy story arc from the writer-director-producer team of Star Wars: The Last Jedii and Looper.

I love final chapters and how they neatly tie it all together. I want to see the heroes triumph, love happy endings and want to see it all shakes out.



Untitled Star Wars Project-Episode 3 led by David Benioff and D.B. Weiss.

Speculative Movie Premiere: 2026

Expected finale of a new Star Wars trilogy story arc from the team that brought you "Games of Thrones".

I love final chapters and how they neatly tie it all together. I want to see the heroes triumph, love happy endings and want to see it all shakes out.



Untitled Star Wars/Jon Favreau Project executive produced by Jon Favreau

Series debut: 2019 ???

Tentpole TV series for new Disney streaming subscription service

Finally, a live-action, big studio TV series where we can get weekly installments and an added layer of depth to the the Star Wars saga.
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urbanemovies

Dan, I am not sure where to post this, but I would like some guidance on how to resolve some issues with a live poll. This poll went live on May the Fourth Be with You 2016 before the first of the new 'Star Wars' movies debuted. Live Poll: 'Star Wars' You Most Want to See I have updated the poll twice as new Star Wars information has come to light over the past year and half.

The poll needs to be updated to reflect the changing landscape of post-Lucas 'Star Wars' projects at LucasFilm. Furthermore, the poll needs to resolve the issue of scant details and image availability for in-development projects. Lastly, the poll needs to be future proofed  so as titles move from development to reality, they are still applicable as answer options (Rogue One (2016) and Star Wars: Episode VIII - The Last Jedi (2017)).  The following are the most recent breaking 'Star Wars' big development news stories.

New ‘Star Wars’ Trilogy in Works With Rian Johnson, TV Series Also Coming to Disney Streaming Service   November 9, 2017 1:55PM PT Variety - Film News

Game of Thrones’ Creators to Write, Produce New ‘Star Wars’ Series of Films  February 6, 2018 12:35PM PT Variety - Film News

How should I address these issues in this existing poll to make it and keep it relevant going forward? Any insight would be appreciated, I have listed a few ideas below. Please, advice
 
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Poll Title: Live Poll: Sans Lucas 'Star Wars' You Most Want to See
GS Thread: https://getsatisfaction.com/imdb/topics/live-poll-star-wars-you-most-want-to-see/
List URL: http://www.imdb.com/list/ls031426423/
Poll URL: http://www.imdb.com/poll/91Zs4E-8NsU/
Reasons: Poll needs to be updated to reflect the changing landscape of post-Lucas 'Star Wars' projects at LucasFilm. Furthermore, the poll needs to resolve the issue of scant details and image availability for in-development projects. Lastly, the poll needs to be future proofed  so as titles move from development to reality, they are still applicable as answer options (Rogue One (2016) and Star Wars: Episode VIII - The Last Jedi (2017)).

Recommended Changes that Fix and Future Proof Without Changing Nature of Poll
1) Updated title with a 'Sans Lucas' preface to resolve issue of two first titles having premiered and emphasize that the scope of poll is really Star Wars projects after Disney's purchase of LucasFilm.
2) Updated Disney in development introduction to current February 2018 information
3) Future proof and clarify premise of the question: Which past, upcoming or prospective Star Wars live-action installment are you the most excited about that is a post George Lucas creation?
4) Add recently announced Star Wars upcoming projects #7 through #13, reformat answer options, and add key personnel notes for comparison and to drive excitement level when scant details are available about the project.
5) Replace images #3 Solo: A Star Wars Story, #4 J.J. Abrams, #6 Simon Kinberg
to show either a standardized official poster or driving force person behind the project to eliminate confusing title tags from other Star Wars titles on answer options.
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urbanemovies,

You've given this a lot more thought that I have. These are my initial reactions, which are subject to change.

A. This is a good poll. We should tread carefully so that we do not damage it.

B. There comes a point where updating an existing poll may change the original intent of the poll. I do believe we've reached that point with this poll.

C.
1) Updated title with a 'Sans Lucas' preface to resolve issue of two first titles having premiered and emphasize that the scope of poll is really Star Wars projects after Disney's purchase of LucasFilm.
If I understand you correctly, you are suggesting updating the title to the following to reflect that this excludes Lucas.

Sans Lucas 'Star Wars' You Most Want to See

That title is probably OK. I'm wondering whether this alternative may be better.

Post Lucas 'Star Wars' You Most Want to See

One difficulty is that Lucas has not entirely divorce himself from Star Wars despite selling the franchise to Disney.

D.
2) Updated Disney in development introduction to current February 2018 information
3) Future proof and clarify premise of the question: Which past, upcoming or prospective Star Wars live-action installment are you the most excited about that is a post George Lucas creation?
4) Add recently announced Star Wars upcoming projects #7 through #13, reformat answer options, and add key personnel notes for comparison and to drive excitement level when scant details are available about the project.
5) Replace images #3 Solo: A Star Wars Story, #4 J.J. Abrams, #6 Simon Kinberg
to show either a standardized official poster or driving force person behind the project to eliminate confusing title tags from other Star Wars titles on answer options.
My first reaction is that these are reasonable updates.

I would like to get the reaction of the other admins and poll authors, and give this more thought before I give you a definitive answer

urbanemovies

8 months ago

Thanks, the tweaks I would suggest based on your initial thoughts is to put more focus on the Disney acquisition.Thus, averting any issue regarding the level of George Lucas' involvement. ie Which past, upcoming or prospective Star Wars live-action installment are you most excited about that is a Disney Lucasfilm creation?

I like the title suggestion, Post Lucas 'Star Wars' You Most Want to See. An alternative could be Disney-Produced 'Star Wars' You Most Want to See. I share your concern for the need to tread lightly, yet have equal concerns the poll will become more broken as time wears on. No rush, let me know any other thoughts you may have.

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As of November 2018, a new 'Star Wars' live-action movie, the last chapter of the Skywalker 'Star Wars' trilogy, Star Wars: Episode IX (2019) and a new live-action "Star Wars" television series, The Mandalorian are currently in production at Disney's Lucasfilm. Additionally, three animated TV series are actively being produced by Disney's Lucasfilm Animation: Star Wars Resistance (2018), Star Wars: Detours (2019) and a revival of Star Wars: The Clone Wars (2008). Furthermore, two separate announced 'Star Wars' movie series will explore previously unmined material in the Star Wars galaxies. One movie trilogy will be led by Star Wars veterans, Rian Johnson and Ram Bergman. Another film series by the "Game of Thrones" show runner team of David Benioff and D.B. Weiss. Plus, on the horizon for the small screen, a live-action TV series led by Jon Favreau will serve as tent pole for Disney's new streaming service set to launch in 2019. All are part of LucasFilm's effort to expand the 'Star Wars' universe by developing stories beyond George Lucas' original series and encompasses a nearly dozen projects are in-development, currently on-hold or in-limbo.

Which past, upcoming or prospective Star Wars live-action movie or TV series installment* are you most excited about that is a Disney-produced Lucasfilm creation? *post sale of Lucasfilm by George Lucas to The Walt Disney Company in December 2012

Disney-Produced 'Star Wars' You Most Want to See
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Answer Options
#1 Completed Disney-Produced Movie
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (2016)

#2 Completed Disney-Produced Movie
Star Wars: Episode VIII - The Last Jedi (2017)

#3 Completed Disney-Produced Movie
Solo: A Star Wars Story (2018)

#4 In-Production Disney-Produced Movie
Star Wars: Episode IX (2019)

Prospective Projects Answer Options (#5-#9) MEDIA/LUCUSFILM Confirmed Projects On Hold w/IMDb titles

#5 On Hold/Limbo Disney-Produced Coruscant Underworld TV Series
Attached Director: Ronald D. Moore
Star Wars: Underworld
Why Star Wars: Underworld Didn't Happen | Den of Geek
Boba Fett TV series | Wookieepedia

#6 On Hold/Limbo Disney-Produced Boba Fett: A Star Wars Story Movie
Attached Director: Simon Kinberg
Untitled Star Wars/Boba Fett Project
'Star Wars' Boba Fett Spinoff Movie No Longer in the Work
Boba Fett Star Wars Movie No Longer in Development at Lucasfilm
Untitled Star Wars film (2020) | Wookieepedi

#7 On Hold/Limbo Disney-Produced Obi-Wan: A Star Wars Story Movie
Untitled Star Wars/Obi-Wan Kenobi Project
Attached Director: Stephen Daldry

#8 On Hold/Limbo Disney-Produced Yoda: A Star Wars Story Movie
Attached Director: ???
Star Wars Boba Fett and Yoda Movies Confirmed To Be In Development
Yoda Is Returning to the 'Star Wars' Universe - Maxim
Frank Oz Teases Yoda Spin-Off Movie, Is It Really Happening?

#9 On Hold/Limbo Disney-Produced Mos Eisley: A Star Wars Story Movie
Star Wars Rumor: Lucasfilm Was Developing Mos Eisley Movie
Mos Eisley Spaceport Was Rumored to Be Its Own Star Wars Movie
Wait, Was There A Star Wars Mos Eisley Movie Spinoff In Development?
Attached Director: ???

Going Forward Answer Options (#10-#14) MEDIA/LUCUSFILM Confirmed Projects In-Development w/IMDb titles

#10 In-Production Disney-Produced The Mandalorian Disney Streaming TV series
executive produced by Jon Favreau
Series debut: ???
"The Mandalorian", a tentpole TV series for the new Disney streaming subscription service The series is set after the fall of the Empire and before the emergence of the First Order and focuses on a the adventures of a lone Mandalorian gunfighter.

#11 Announced Untitled Star Wars Trilogy: Episode I
led by Rian Johnson and Ram Bergman
Speculative Movie Premiere: 2021
Expected kickoff of the next Star Wars trilogy story arc from the writer-director-producer team of Star Wars: The Last Jedi and Looper.

#12 Announced Untitled Star Wars Trilogy: Episode II
led by Rian Johnson and Ram Bergman
Speculative Movie Premiere: 2023
Expected middle act of the next Star Wars trilogy story arc from the writer-director-producer team of Star Wars: The Last Jedi and Looper.

#13 Announced Untitled Star Wars Trilogy: Episode III
led by Rian Johnson and Ram Bergman
Speculative Movie Premiere: 2025
Expected finale of the next Star Wars trilogy story arc from the writer-director-producer team of Star Wars: The Last Jedii and Looper.

#14 Announced Trilogy First Installment
Untitled Star Wars Project-Episode I
led by David Benioff and D.B. Weiss
Speculative Movie Premiere: 2022
Expected kickoff of a new Star Wars trilogy story arc from the team that brought you "Games of Thrones".
Game of Thrones, IMDb Originals, Why "Game of Thrones" Creators Will Make Great 'Star Wars' Movies

POSSIBLE FUTURE ADDITIONS
#16 Speculative Second Installment (Multi-Film Series)
Untitled Star Wars Project-Episode II
led by David Benioff and D.B. Weiss
Speculative Movie Premiere: 2024
Expected middle act of a new Star Wars trilogy story arc from the team that brought you "Games of Thrones".

#17 Speculative Third Installment (Multi-Film Series)
Untitled Star Wars Project-Episode III
led by David Benioff and D.B. Weiss
Speculative Movie Premiere: 2026
Expected finale of a new Star Wars trilogy story arc from the team that brought you "Games of Thrones"

SPECULATIVE RUMORED OPTIONS
Darth Maul: A Star Wars Story
Mace Windu: A Star Wars Story
Darth Revan: A Star Wars Story
Scout: A Star Wars Story
Rey: A Star Wars Story
Lando Calrissian: A Star Wars Story
Jar Jar Binks: A Star Wars Story
Starkiller: A Star Wars Story
General Grievous: A Star Wars Story
All the 'Star Wars' movie and TV shows in development - Business Insider
Upcoming Star Wars Movies: List Of Titles And Release Dates
Rumor: 9 Star Wars films are in development
Lucasfilm Is Canceling the Star Wars Story Series in the Wake of Solo's Performance. Or Maybe Not
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MORE SPECULATIVE RUMORED OPTIONS
Jabba the Hutt: A Star Wars Story
(http://starwars.wikia.com/wiki/Star_Wars_Anthology_Series excerpt from wookiepedia) "In July 2015, director Guillermo del Toro, who was at one point considered to direct Star Wars: Episode VII The Force Awakens, commented that he pitched an idea for a film about Jabba Desilijic Tiure,and in 2017, it was reported that the idea was one of the many projects considered by Lucasfilm Ltd. In August 2017, several sources rumored that a film focusing on Obi-Wan Kenobi was in development, with Stephen Daldry in negotiations to direct it and with Ewan McGregor potentially reprising his role. It was also reported that Lucasfilm was considering various spin-off films focused on many beloved Star Wars characters like Boba Fett or Master Yoda."

Disney Taps the Brakes on Anthologies After Solo: A Star Wars Story

(http://starwars.wikia.com/wiki/Star_Wars_Anthology_Series excerpt from wookiepedia) "In September 2018, Bob Iger told The Hollywood Reporter that Lucasfilm had reevaluated its release schedule for future films: "I made the timing decision, and as I look back, I think the mistake that I made — I take the blame — was a little too much, too fast. You can expect some slowdown, but that doesn't mean we're not gonna make films. J.J. [Abrams] is busy making [Episode] IX. We have creative entities, including [Game of Thrones creators David] Benioff and [D.B.] Weiss, who are developing sagas of their own, which we haven't been specific about. And we are just at the point where we're gonna start making decisions about what comes next after J.J.'s. But I think we're gonna be a little bit more careful about volume and timing. And the buck stops here on that."

According to production designer Neil Lamont, when the announcement was made, his team was working on a spin-off that involved Tatooine." (Likely, Mos Eisley Spaceport: A Star Wars Story)
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urbanemovies,

I do not understand why you have this as your 15th choice in your update:
https://www.imdb.com/list/ls031426423/mediaviewer/rm3543432960
Anna and the Apocalypse


This choice also doesn't have description unlike the other choices.

I was hoping that others would discuss this update. There hasn't been much discussion.

Otherwise, this is probably OK.
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I deleted Anna and the Apocalypse, I was just using the list and the notes temporarily to do posting somewhere else. I will wait a couple days  for any last minute feedback and submit a re-push.
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urbanemovies,

That seem like a reasonable approach.

One other thing: the best practice is to include the date a choice has been added to a poll. However, I'm not certain this is a good idea for this poll.
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Either way is fine with me, but I understand your point, as far added dates are concerned.

I do have a question, in regards to the title. If I am mixing 'Star Wars' movie titles and "Star Wars" TV titles as answer options, should I leave the quotations off in the Disney-Produced Star Wars You Most Want to See title.
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Since 'Star Wars' is the film that spawned related content, I would retain the single quote for the title of the poll.
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I don't think there is any way to truly make the poll current, and it may be better to close polls like this when they become outdated.

However, another update won't hurt -- though I do think it looks somewhat labored.
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I agree and have a similar take. I am just trying to make the best of the situation and the changing landscape that is the 'Star Wars' franchise. My thought is to make it more current for the time being and close it out and start fresh once the smoke clears from fallout of the relative disappointment of Solo: A Star Wars Story (2018) and a clearer direction emerges of where the franchise is headed.

I do think the market can only support a limited number of projects. It seems like Disney's future goal of two big-budget movies a year, alternating between the Rian Johnson/Ram Bergman trilogy, David Benioff/D.B. Weiss movie series and the 'A Star Story movie series, plus multiple competing live-action TV series borders on or exceeds what the market can support. I think that is Disney's take too, based on them putting the brakes on the movies a bit. However, they ultimately may decide  Solo: A Star Wars Story (2018) was an outlier and go full speed ahead again, who knows? If this buys some time till next May the 4th Be With You or the Star Wars: Episode IX (2019) premiere, I would be happy to close it down and change the focus to anticipation of the 2020's Star Wars movies, rather than movies that already have come out.
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I made the following course correction to minimize the changes and plan for the obsolesce of this live poll with the premiere in 2019 of the final chapter of the current trilogy, Star Wars: Episode IX (2019). I will close the poll then focusing on the new movies series and 'A Star Wars Story' separately. (ie PS: Face-Off: Future 'Star Wars' Movie Creative Teams or PS: A Star Wars Story You Most Want to See?)

Until then,I updated the introduction, tweaked the answer options text, added a single answer option, the Disney Streaming series, The Mandalorian and replaced missing or updated images where needed to make it as accurate as possible.

Updated Introduction/Question
As of November 2018, Lucasfilm is currently shooting principal photography on the new 'Star Wars' live-action movie, the last chapter of the Skywalker 'Star Wars' trilogy, Star Wars: Episode IX (2019) and its new live-action "Star Wars" television series, The Mandalorian. Meanwhile, a darker episodic series, Star Wars: Underworld and future installments of 'A Star Wars Story' anthology series have been put on hold for the time being at the Disney division. All are part of LucasFilm's effort to expand the 'Star Wars' universe by developing stories beyond George Lucas' original series and encompasses a dozen or so live-action projects in various stages of early development.

Which announced Disney-produced Star Wars live-action movie or TV series installment* are you most excited about? *production post sale of Lucasfilm by George Lucas to The Walt Disney Company in December 2012 through 2019

Updated Answer Option Text/Images

Rogue One (2016) directed by Gareth Edwards.

PAST Movie Premiere: 16 December 2016

Rebels on a mission to steal the plans to Death Star

I can't wait! I need my Star Wars fix now. I don't care whether it is from the original series or a spin-off. Any Stars Wars will do, so long as I don't have to wait too long.



Star Wars: Episode VIII - The Last Jedi (2017) directed by Rian Johnson.

PAST Movie Premiere: 15 December 2017

The resistance continue the rebellion, but the First Order wins the battle.

I am a purist and excited to see the first "real" Star Wars movie. I have been following the Star Wars saga a long time and can't wait to see what happens next.



Solo: A Star Wars Story (2018) directed by Ron Howard.

PAST Movie Premiere: 25 May 2018

The origin story of a young Han Solo and friends.

Han Solo is my favorite character. I am really glad for him to get his own film. He deserved a bigger role in the original Star Wars trilogy. I miss him already.



Star Wars: Episode IX (2019) directed by J.J. Abrams.

UPCOMING Movie Premiere: 20 December 2019

Expected conclusion of the Rey-Ren trilogy story arc.

This is the one I have been waiting for, I want to see how it all ends after nine episodes and forty plus years. I love final chapters and how they neatly tie it all together.




Star Wars: Underworld (currently unhelmed, former key contributor Ronald D. Moore)

PROSPECTIVE TV Series Premiere: ???? (on hold/limbo/canceled)


A darker Star Wars set in the seedy Coruscant underworld.

An installment that focuses on the seedier side of the galaxy covering a neglected aspect in a live-action TV series.




Next Star Wars 'A Star Wars Story' Anthology Movie

PROSPECTIVE Movie Premiere: ???? (on hold/limbo/canceled)


A 'Star Wars' stand-alone movie with a yet to be announced main character, but past speculation has focused on Obi-Wan Kenobi, Boba Fett or Yoda as rumored likely candidates.

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Added 02 September 2017


The Mandalorian
The Mandalorian executive produced by Jon Favreau

UPCOMING Streaming Series debut: 2019?

"The Mandalorian", a tentpole TV series for the new Disney streaming subscription service The series is set after the fall of the Empire and before the emergence of the First Order and focuses on a the adventures of a lone Mandalorian gunfighter.

Finally, a live-action, big studio episodic series where we can get regular installments and added layer of depth to the the Star Wars saga.


Re-Push #1
Poll Title: Live Poll: 'Star Wars' You Most Want to See
GS Thread: https://getsatisfaction.com/imdb/topics/live-poll-star-wars-you-most-want-to-see?
List URL: http://www.imdb.com/list/ls031426423/
Poll URL: http://www.imdb.com/poll/91Zs4E-8NsU/
Reasons: added "Disney-Produced" to title, updated introduction to November 2018 information, revised question to limit scope to 2010s Star Wars projects (poll has built-in obsolescence), updated #3 image with Solo movie 1 sheet, replaced missing image #5, minor text changes answers #1 through #6 to reflect current information and added #7 answer option The Mandalorian executive produced by Jon Favreau UPCOMING Streaming Series debut: 2019? final update intended to bring poll current until Star Wars: Episode IX (2019)  December 2019 release.

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‘Star Wars’ Live Action Streaming Series to Star Diego Luna
Diego Luna will star in a new “Star Wars” series for Disney’s new streaming service, Disney+. The show will be a prequel to “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.”Luna will reprise his role as Andor, a Rebel Alliance captain in the Untitled Rogue One prequel Space Opera series.

The Mandalorian’: Pedro Pascal to Play Lead in New ‘Star Wars’ TV Series
Variety is reporting that “Game of Thrones” and “Narcos” alum Pedro Pascal will be the lead of the upcoming “The Mandalorian” series, which will follow the exploits of a bounty hunter (not named Boba or Jango).

Details surrounding Pascal’s character are not yet known, but series shepherd Jon Favreau has indicated that the show will take place in between the “Star Wars” installments “Return of the Jedi” and “The Force Awakens.”
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