'Star Wars: Episode 7' may not hit theaters for a little over another year, but production has already wrapped on the project. It'll still be a long road of editing and post-production, and it may be hard to believe that they're already done filming, but we have the evidence in the form of a special note that director J.J. Abrams and the producers sent out to the cast and crew, and you can read it for yourself.
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A while back a photo was released from the set of 'Star Wars: Episode 7' that revealed an IMAX camera, which got us all a bit excited at the prospect of seeing the newest installment of the saga presented in such an epic format -- but don't get too excited. Director J.J. Abrams has revealed that we won't be seeing too much of the film in the format. In fact, he's only shot one action scene in IMAX. Let's hope it's a big one.
ScreenCrush’s WookieeLeaks is a weekly roundup of everything 'Star Wars'! From 'Star Wars: Episode 7,' to the upcoming spinoffs and the TV shows, if it pertains to that long ago, far away galaxy, we’re covering it here, bringing you our expert analysis. This week, a familiar face joins 'Star Wars: Episode 7' at the last minute, Brad Bird explains why he turned down directing the new film, and read descriptions of new characters and spaceships.
'Star Wars: Episode 7' is bringing back so many familiar faces and names that the question on every fan's lips shouldn't be "Who's coming back?", but rather, "Who isn't coming back?" Warwick Davis may not be the biggest name in the 'Star Wars' saga, but fans will know him well ... and they'll be pleased to hear that he'll be back for the new film.
ScreenCrush’s WookeieLeaks is a weekly roundup of everything 'Star Wars'! From 'Star Wars: Episode 7,' to the upcoming spinoffs and the TV shows, if it pertains to that long ago, far away galaxy, we’re covering it here, bringing you our expert analysis. This week, a massive spoiler leaks online, a whole bunch of not-so-massive spoilers leak as well, and learn which major director could have directed 'Star Wars: Episode 7.'
Like every other entertainment site on the internet, we've done our fair share of reporting about the various rumored plot details and characters of 'Star Wars: Episode 7.' Naturally, all of these have been behind big spoiler warnings and we've always been careful to let readers make the decision to be spoiled or not. And that brings us to the most recent story detail to hit the internet ... and it's a big one. So big, that we're not even going to write about it. Instead, we're going to issue a warning.
We still know next-to-nothing about 'Star Wars: Episode 7,' but with a production this massive and anticipated, the rumor mill never stops churning. The next batch of information about J.J. Abrams' top secret sequel concerns the identity of certain characters, information about a few key locations, and the possible disfigurement of everyone's favorite Wookiee. Although everything written below is unconfirmed until we see the movie with our own eyes, consider this your spoiler warning. Read on with caution!
We've seen tons of leaked photos of 'Star Wars: Episode 7,' from Adam Driver in an unexpected uniform to new filming locations to the Millennium Falcon, but there's still plenty more over which to geek out. For example, a new image has been revealed that showcases a new breed of Stormtrooper, called a Chrome Trooper.
It's here, folks! After weeks of seeing leaked images of 'Star Wars: Episode 7' set pieces and cast and crew members, the first official footage of the Millennium Falcon has landed. Better still, it's a continuation of J.J. Abrams and Zack Snyder's ongoing 'Star Wars'-'Batman' crossovers.
'Star Wars: Episode 7' is being produced inside of director J.J. Abrams' infamous "mystery box," where even the most minor story details are being kept behind a thick shroud of secrecy. That's why there's no official plot synopsis. That's why we don't know who any of the new characters are. In the case of today, it's why we're taking some time to over-analyze Abrams' latest Tweet, which, on the surface, seems to be all about the recently announced Apple Watch, but may reveal a lot more.