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‘Star Wars: Episode VII’ expected to shoot from May to September

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Feb
2014

Star Wars: Episode VII will begin shooting in mid-May, according to HitFix, with filming expected to wrap by September. Director J.J. Abrams has already confirmed that work on the script is complete, and also hinted at a May start, but now we know the full shooting schedule. The director still hasnt revealed who will star in Episode VII — aside from R2-D2, anyway. Abrams did confirm that hes held discussions with Jesse Plemons of Breaking Bad about a potential role, and Michael B. Jordan, Gary Oldman, Zac Efron, and Saoirse Ronan have each admitted theyve been in talks.

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