Production Start Date For STAR WARS EPISODE VII Revealed; Christmas 2015 Release Confirmed?
A new report seemingly reveals when exactly Star Wars Episode VII will begin principal photography, and the same source also backs up previous claims that the J.J. Abrams helmed movie will indeed be released in the final month of 2015 rather than the already crowded summer. Read on for details!
According to Latino-Review, the first day of principal photography of Star Wars Episode VII is January 21st, 2014. It was recently revealed that pre-production had already begun, while Abrams himself also said that he would be most likely moving to London at the end of this year to prepare for filming. The site goes on to say that this date was chosen because of Martin Luther King Day, but as that holiday isn't celebrated in the UK - where the movie will be shooting at Pinewood - it's unclear why this would make a difference. Regardless, they add that, "Disney/Lucasfilm are so far behind schedule that Episode VII will in fact be released around Christmas 2015 as originally reported by Devin Faraci over at BadAssDigest." Sound off with your thoughts below!
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