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We almost made it an entire week with only two Star Wars rumor stories, but alas, we’ve got one more to close out the week.
To be fair, this latest rumor does have some weight to it, if only to clear up confusion regarding the possibility of a release date delay.
But alas, it appears that Abrams and Kennedy will have to work around Ford’s injury and barrel towards Christmas 2015.
I’m sure Abrams realized that taking on Star Wars would be a herculean task when he signed on, but I wonder if, had he known what issues would arise (the script troubles, Ford’s injury, etc.), would he still have signed on? Hopefully it’ll be smooth sailing from here on out and it’ll all have been worth it come December 18, 2015.
“The longer I watched it, the more angry I got.”Asked whether she and her team have identified suspects in the case, Zellner says yes—and that they are all men who knew Halbach. In that same conversation, Zellner said both law enforcement and defense attorneys failed to investigate Halbach’s life, noting that the victim was a very nice person just starting her career.
When told that sometimes people who are very nice can still be murder victims, Zellner agrees, adding, “And women who have bad judgment about men are murdered.”“Don’t hire me if you’re guilty, because I will find out,” Zellner tells an inmate before taking his case.
As with all rumors, none of this is confirmed, but it is important to keep the business side of things in mind when speculating about things like release dates and production delays.
When Kathleen Zellner was little she had a friend across the street who kept a pet duck.
As you well know, Harrison Ford recently injured his leg pretty badly on the set of Star Wars: Episode VII. On Monday, a rumor surfaced that filming could maybe be postponed due to the injury, but now word comes that Disney is adamant that Episode VII will be released on December 18, 2015—despite the fact that Abrams and producer Kathleen Kennedy have apparently been lobbying for a delay to May. The folks over at Latino Review are reporting that the release date of Star Wars 7 will absolutely not be delayed.
The actor will be out of commission for two months, which is a significant blow to the production as Han Solo is said to play a major role in director J. Abrams and Kennedy apparently would like the release date to be pushed to May 4, 2016—putting the film back into the traditional Star Wars release date—but Disney CEO Bob Iger has given a firm “no.” One may think that delaying the Star Wars sequel a mere five months isn’t a big deal, but it would actually be a huge deal.
“After looking into the face of evil and being exposed to that for those two to three years, I never wanted to be in a position where I could be used by someone like that.”After Eyler, Zellner wasn’t eager to take another wrongful conviction case, but the anti-death-penalty group brought her the case of Joseph Burrows and said it believed he was actually innocent of any crime.
When Zellner reviewed the case—and found a new alibi, a recanting witness and a shady prosecutor—she agreed.