Walt Disney Studios chairman Alan Horn made some comments about Star Wars Episode VII, future Star Wars films, and Disney's acquisition of the Indiana Jones film rights during a talk at Variety magazine's Dealmakers Breakfast. Variety reporter Marc Graser provides the following information:
Disney expects to get script for Star Wars 7 in January. No budget for movie although studio wouldn't be surprised if it costs $200 million.— Marc Graser (@marcgraser) December 13, 2013
Disney expects a Star Wars related movie (including spin offs) every year from Lucasfilm. #StarWars— Marc Graser (@marcgraser) December 13, 2013
Disney's Alan Horn on Indiana Jones: "We need a story." Guesses it will be another two to three years before we see a fifth movie.— Marc Graser (@marcgraser) December 13, 2013
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