I have never been a big Star Wars fan, but I am the sort of person who enjoys a good Star Wars movie.
When I was young, my parents bought me a copy of The Empire Strikes Back, which I was hooked on.
It was the first time I watched a Star Wars film.
I got hooked on it, and it was a big deal for me.
It’s an iconic movie, and I remember thinking to myself, “This is going to be awesome.”
I’ve always loved the way that George Lucas and J.J. Abrams took a group of kids and put them in an epic story that they could relate to.
As a kid, I was a huge fan of “The Empire Strikes One” (which was released in 1983) and “Return of the Jedi.”
It was an action movie that had a good dose of action and adventure.
When “Star Wars: Episode III” came out, I bought the latest box set and watched it in theaters.
I was really hooked on that movie, because it gave me a lot of new ideas for my own movie, which ultimately was “Star Trek.”
I started to have the urge to make a movie based on “Star Tours,” which was an animated TV series that aired in the ’70s.
I’d watched it over and over again and wanted to make it my own.
The idea of making a movie with people who were so connected to that show and so loved by so many fans seemed like a really good one.
I’m sure I’d be a big fan of any “Star” movie that I could imagine, and the idea of working with J. J. Abrams and George Lucas was a great one, too.
I had always wanted to do a movie about the Star Wars franchise, but there were some hurdles to overcome before I could do it.
First, there was the licensing.
Lucasfilm is the parent company of the “StarWars” franchise.
I have a lot in common with my parents.
They’re both big fans of Star Wars, and they’re both huge fans of “StarTravellers.”
But licensing issues prevented us from doing “StarTrek” before “StarShips.”
The other obstacle was money.
“Star Voyages” was supposed to be a one-hour film, and Disney had to shell out millions to make “Star Ships” happen.
There’s a certain irony in having to pay to license a brand that’s been a billion-dollar business for so many years.
But Lucasfilm and Disney both made huge profits on the “Trek,” so it made sense for the studio to license it to Disney for free.
That was a good deal for the franchise, and “Star Tails” was a lot better for the filmmakers.
As I was working on “The Last Jedi,” I had the idea to use “Star TREK” characters from the ’90s, including Harrison Ford as Han Solo and Carrie Fisher as Leia.
We decided to use those characters to create the movie, with the idea that people who love the ’80s era of “Treks” and ‘Trekkies” would be the ones to pay for it.
So we took the characters from “Treak” and brought them to life, with new faces and new adventures for the actors.
That meant a lot to me.
I’ve been a Star Trek fan for so long, but this is the first movie I’ve made that is not a fan film.
The Last Jedi, as a film, is the culmination of the franchise.
It is the most faithful film that I’ve ever made, and that’s the most important thing.
But it’s not the only thing I love about “Star Star Trek.”
The idea behind “The Force Awakens” is to use the new “Starfleet” movie as a vehicle to explore the ideas of the original Star Trek movies.
But the first part of the new film is also a “Star War” movie.
I wrote the original script for “Star Fleet” while working on the original “Star,” so I had a lot more time to think about it.
I didn’t want the film to be the first installment of the series, because I knew the series had a huge following.
But I wanted to explore a lot about what it means to be human, and to be an alien.
It took me about three years to write the story, and my collaborator was the amazing Mike W. Barr.
He and I were talking about the possibility of the film having to explore some of the themes of Star Trek and “Trekkies.”
I was going to have to take some of that material from “Star Enterprise” and “The Motion Picture,” but I wanted the film that would be called “The Star Wars,” which is the version of “I, Jedi.”
When we started talking about how we would get the movie together, we were in discussions with the people who wrote “StarShip” and were going to