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Nerd alert: In July, crazy fanboys in "Star Wars" costumes will run across the Golden Gate Bridge holding lightsabers and wearing crazy grins across their faces.
Six months after stunning Hollywood with its LucasFilm acquisition, Disney announced that it plans to release the next three "Star Wars" films in 2015, 2017 and 2019.