Disney is holding an open casting call in the UK. Are they roles for Star Wars: Episode VII?
Will Star Wars: Episode VII be ready for release in 2015? Everything will have to go perfectly from this point on for that to happen, and nothing is going perfectly right now.
It’s been assumed that Disney will get Harrison Ford back for Star Wars: Episode VII, but Ford clearly has the upper hand in the negotiations.
If you think you’ve seen everything there is to see from Star Wars, you’re wrong.
The official Star Wars website has announced that Star Wars: Episode VII‘s script is now being developed by J.J. Abrams and Lawrence Kasdan.
Star Wars 7 has carried with it more hype than anyone could have reasonably expected, and everyone, including Hugo and Ender’s Game star Asa Butterfield, wants in on the action.
Star Wars: Episode VII is set for release in 2015, but it appears that Disney purchasing Lucasfilms has little to do with the film’s existence.
For several weeks we’ve known that Saoirse Ronan read for Star Wars: Episode VII, but now the actress has confirmed it herself.
A new Star Wars: Episode VII casting call has suggested that not only will beloved Chewbacca make the return to the sequel, but that he’ll be recast in the process.
If you haven’t yet gotten sick of the endless Star Wars: Episode VII casting rumors, have we got a treat for you: more!
J.J. Abrams revealed that he wants Star Wars: Episode VII to (shocker) be as real as possible.
According to the latest Star Wars: Episode VII rumors, we can add Saoirse Ronan to the list of actors who may be in the film. There’s also an “update” on both filming locations and Benedict Cumberbatch’s involvement.
It has been widely assumed, but a Disney official has seemingly confirmed that the Star Wars solo films will be origin stories set around particular characters.