STAR WARS EPISODE VII Set To Start Filming Next Month; Production Title Revealed

STAR WARS EPISODE VII Set To Start Filming Next Month; Production Title Revealed

Rumour has it that Star Wars Episode VII has been in pre-production for the past three months and will begin shooting in August. Hit the jump for details on that and to learn what name Disney will be using as a production alias.


According to Jedi News, Disney have signed a filming location deal with Pinewood Studios which will give them studio space there for the next ten years. We already know that Guardians of the Galaxy, The Avengers: Age of Ultron, Cinderella and Star Wars Episode VII will all shoot at the iconic location, and the studio clearly has plans to return for possible sequels to them and more besides. However, most interesting is the fact that J.J. Abrams Star Wars movie is currently in pre-production under the pseudonym, "Foodles Productions Ltd". This was registered by Disney UK back in March. The site adds, "that the film has been in pre-production at Pinewood Studios for three and a half months in advance of an August 2013 shooting date. We hear they have block booked the studios for 10 years and that construction of offices and facilities on-site is underway. Also storage space is being located in the local area." With Kathleen Kennedy recently promising a return to old school practical effects, it could be these that they are currently working on. However, will this earlier start give Abrams time to also helm Star Trek 3?
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Filed Under "Star Wars" 7/31/2013 Source: Jedi News
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