No, it’s not a new photo from the set of J. J. Abrams’ Star Wars: Episode VII. But it’s the next best thing.
Presenting, the cast of Episode VII, in LEGO.
Star Wars fans, do contain yourselves.
The first official photo from the set of Episode VII has arrived in the Twittersphere.
It’s now a very short list in contention for the lead role in the new Star Wars. There are just five men being considered according to a report from Variety: Ed Speleers, John Boyega, Jesse Plemons, Matthew James Thomas and Ray Fisher.
As expected, John Williams will be returning to a galaxy far, far away.
Lucasfilm President Kathleen Kennedy confirmed on Saturday that the beloved composer will score Star Wars: Episode VII. The announcement was made at a Star Wars fan event in Germany.
According to Williams, who has scored all six existing…
Before J.J. Abrams landed the gig, directing Star Wars: Episode VII was Hollywood’s most coveted job.
Now, on the heels of recent news that Disney and Lucasfilm are developing a standalone Star Wars movie centered on Han Solo’s origins, the role of everyone’s favorite intergalactic scoundrel is quickly becoming the job every young actor wants.
After Disney confirmed the rumors that director J.J. Abrams will direct the next Star Wars film — the long-awaited Episode VII — the only sound that threatened to drown out fan boy speculation about what that installment would be is fan boy speculation over who might take over the next Star Trek film.
According to news released today, director J.J. Abrams will henceforth be placed in charge of every blockbuster franchise beginning with the word “Star.” Abrams has reportedly signed onboard to direct Star Wars Episode VII, a title what was until several months ago considered an unlikely sequel, at best, The Wrap reported Thursday.
UPDATED 6:30 PM, January 12: Reps for director Zack Snyder have denied his involvement with a new stand-alone Star Wars film.
“While he is super flattered because…