‘Star Wars: Episode IX’ Needs A Director, Stephen Has Suggestions

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Published on September 9, 2017

The next installment of George Lucas’ iconic franchise is going in a new direction after parting ways with its director Trevorrow.

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17 comments

  • Irving Lopez 3 years ago

    This video didn’t even look like it belonged to the monologue…

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  • Henners 3 years ago

    EEEEEEEH, More Ewok than wookie

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  • SAMZIRRA 3 years ago

    Dirty Wookiee

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  • Nathan Jessep 3 years ago

    Still a better story than Episode I-III. The narration was more believable, too.

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  • New Message 3 years ago

    I don’t care who directs it.. as long as I get a neat toy that drives my kids so mad with greed that I have to trample a 70 year old grandmother to acquire it on Black Friday.

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  • falcore91 3 years ago

    Huh… I could see this kind of pitch as a one off “story” like Rogue One.

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  • Lise Tan 3 years ago

    WOW never been this early

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  • KamradO 3 years ago

    I overdosed on Star Wars puns watching this

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  • der kohler 3 years ago

    that austrian accent was more like a conan narration than a herzog reprise

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  • KnivesMcBride 3 years ago

    Truly the Werner Herzog experience.

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  • speebyda 3 years ago

    Getting rid of that Trevorrow was the best thing they could do. Jurassic Park was fucking terrible. I wanted the dinosaurs to win.

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  • 4c1dr3fl3x 3 years ago

    Darth Trump…the Farce is strong with him, but Darth Pence is the phantom menace.
    Edit: mandatory Star Wars Humor vid https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q-uQWNd540I

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  • Rodrigo García Álvarez 3 years ago

    The cutting and editing of the monologue of the show for purposes of uploading to YouTube does a horrible job.

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  • ElmerFuddGun 3 years ago

    Star Wars needs a director that *won’t f!@# it up with lens flare* like J.J. Abrams does!

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  • zio420 3 years ago

    Make two wookie jokes…

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  • cdismufasa 3 years ago

    I hate the cynacism and nihilism of our popular culture today.

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  • Miko Mikomiko 3 years ago

    Christopher Nolan, Quentin Tarentino and Wes Anderson.

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