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    Petition... Celebration 4 in UK ??

    Ok then guys, Celebration 3 will be in Indianapolis.

    How about the UK having Celebration 4 ???

    Any others with me ??
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    Very slim chance, but worth a go.
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    Hey, if it guarantees that the SW Celebration is an annual event, I'm all for it showcasing in the UK from time to time!!!
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    Well, it's not an annual/yearly event, and since the next film is the last one, there really won't be anything more to celebrate.

    Unless you go back in time to '77.
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    Yeah I kind of doubt we will see anymore Celebrations after 2005. Unless they do one for ROTJ's 25th anniversary in 2008. Even so it's doubtful that it would be located outside of the US.
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    I think it should be an official, annual SW Convention.......

    it could be done......Trekkies have 'em all the time!!!
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    Annual? I like the 3 year intervals, it gives more anticipation.
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    I'm doubting any celebrations after the next one unless they start doing other SW movies (not necessarily part of the current lineup. Lucas already said no 7-9, but whats to say movies based on other events?).

    Celebrations like every year or every other year would be cool. Something to keep SW alive over the ages.

    Unfortunately I'm going to have to say that it should stay in the U.S. No offense, but the majority of the fans are here and not in UK.

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    I'd much rather hit the UK --- than Indianapolis. I'd love an excuse to get back across the pond again.

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    Originally posted by CooLJoE

    Unfortunately I'm going to have to say that it should stay in the U.S. No offense, but the majority of the fans are here and not in UK.
    No offense to you, but there's more in the world besides the US. I bet there are more fans or about the same in Europe anyway. If you don't believe me, arrange a convention in The Netherlands and see how many people come visit. It's in the 1,000's. And yes, i am not kidding.

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    While I would love the idea of a convention in Europe, I doubt it will ever happen. If for the sake of argument, Cel4 was to be in Europe, I think it should have a somewhat central location. I'm thinking Germany, maybe Berlin, Heidelberg or Frankfurt. Mainly those because of the US military installations nearby. I was stationed in Germany for two years and felt shut out of everything. Having a convention like Cel4 near a military base would have been a dream come true.
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