A lot of talk is surfacing online regarding the potential director for Star War Episode VII. Matthew Vaughn [X-Men: First Class] is reportedly in talks with Disney to direct the movie. Nothing is yet confirmed but Collider is reporting: "I’m hearing that Matthew Vaughn, the director of Kick-Ass, Stardust, Layer Cake, and X-Men: First Class, is in talks with Lucasfilm to helm Star Wars: Episode VII. My sources tell me this is the main reason he dropped out of the X-Men sequel (which Bryan Singer is now directing)." Vaughn would be great, he proved his talents with X-Men First Class. Walt Disney bought LucasFilm last week &intend to release Episode VII in 2015, followed by a new Star Wars movie every two to three years. LucasFilm president Kathleen Kennedy is overseeing the franchise as the executive producer while Lucas acts as a creative consultant, Kennedy recently revealed that they’ve already started talking to writers about the screenplay for Star Wars: Episode VII stating: "we’re in the midst of the really fun part of the process which is we’re sitting down with a couple of writers and we’re starting to discuss ideas and we’re starting to talk about what those stories might be."