The upcoming Star Wars Episode VII has become one of the most talked-about projects in recent months, following the sale of Lucasfilm to Disney to the tune of $4bn. late last year.
J.J. Abrams was officially confirmed to direct the next instalment in the franchise back in January, and since then we’ve been hearing rumours about who from the original films might be returning.
Though nothing has yet been confirmed officially, there have been reports that the film will focus on the children of Luke Skywalker, Han Solo, and Princess Leia. And since before then, there have of course been discussions of the original leading trio – Mark Hamill, Harrison Ford, and Carrie Fisher – coming back to the fold for Star Wars Episode VII.
As with the storyline, nothing has been confirmed through Lucasfilm or Disney yet. But in a recent interview with Palm Beach Illustrated, Fisher seems to self-confirm »
- Kenji Lloyd
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