Re: Who should be the Director for Star Wars Episode 7?
But might Bird's absence just be down to a SW commitment? Or does it at least make him more likely to be involved?
We may want to remember that Bird and Lindelof are still pegged for that '1952' thing (which has been confirmed to not be Star Wars
). It could be that's what's taking Bird's time.
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