It looks as if Disney and J.J. Abrams may begin filming Star Wars: Episode VII earlier than anticipated as it’s being reported that production may begin as early as August (which is tomorrow).
In addition, it’s being said that similar to Return of the Jedi that Disney is using a production alias for Star Wars Episode VII with “Foodles Productions Ltd.”
The Star Wars fan site, JediNews, reports that a filming location deal was signed, and that Disney has booked ten years at Pinewood Studios in the UK where Episode VII will be filming.
It’s said Star Wars: Episode VII has been in pre-production for the past three months leading up to an August 2013 shoot under a Disney registered company with the pseudonym: “Foodles.”
Previously it was said that Star Wars: Episode VII was to begin production in 2014 as J.J. Abrams may reference to moving his family there next year.
If production is set to begin as early as tomorrow, does that mean actors have been cast?
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