‘Star Wars Episode VII’ set to film in January 2014, will arrive in theaters December 2015, more filming details
Months ago producer Bryan Burk told Collider that they were aiming for a January 2014 start date for filming and were still trying to coordinate schedules and get the script to the necessary level for a production start.
Latino Review, reports that Star Wars: Episode VII will kick it into gear on January 21, 2014, the Tuesday just after Monday’s Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday with the anticipated Christmas 2015 release date.
The film will be shot in 35mm and director JJ Abrams will unite with much of his Star Trek team: costume designer Michael Kaplan is crafting the film’s costumes, and John Williams is onboard to provide the score. Now Star Trek cinematographer Dan Mindel has apparently revealed that he will be shooting Episode VII—on 35mm film
There are more and more rumors surrounding the film and with JJ Abrams little can be trusted. Abrams insisted, with his cast, to attempt to deceive fans that Benedict Cumberbatch was Khan in Star Trek Into Darkness, so it will be hard for fans to know which rumors are true and which are false.
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