JJ Abrams: The script for “Star Wars: Episode 7” is ready




JJ Abrams: The script for “Star Wars: Episode 7” is ready


Fans of the space saga “Star Wars” will be happy to know the news that work on the seventh episode of the franchise is gaining its momentum. Directed by future picture JJ Abrams has confirmed that work on the script of the seventh episode is complete.

News on the status of work on “Episode 7” Abrams shared during the event TCA Winter Press Tour. In addition, the director said that shooting the seventh part of the saga start in May in England.

“This is our current plan. We approached the issue seriously, we got the right script and is actively conducting pre-production , ready to start shooting. ”

During an interview with journalists, of course, do not miss the opportunity to try to extract some information about the cast of the seventh part of the saga, and Abrams has confirmed that actor Jesse Plemons, star of the television series “Breaking Bad”, considered one of the leading roles in the new “star” trilogy.

When reporters asked about the story Abrams, director, apologized, saying that he can not tell anything about it, referring to the fact that work on the script had just been completed and may be require some improvements.

Unfortunately, the news on the new movie “Star Wars” come out very rarely, but that further fuels the interest of the potential audience. However, the last to learn the news that it will be the new JJ new trilogy director felt that Abrams will offer a completely different view on this universe, strikingly different from the latest episodes and seriously extending from the original line of this franchise.

The premiere of “Star Wars: Episode 7” is scheduled for December 18, 2015. And the eighth and ninth episodes appear on cinema screens in 2017 and 2019 respectively.
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