A long time to wait in a galaxy far, far away…
STAR Wars fans will have to be patient until December 2015 when the next movie hits cinemas.
Reports yesterday hinted Star Wars 7 – directed by JJ Abrams – has been pencilled-in for a Christmas release.
And with production starting at London’s Pinewood Studios early next year, it will take Abrams, 47, two years to get his space saga sequel on the big screen.
A winter release date would move Episode VII away from a busy summer of 2015 – with The Avengers: Age of Ultron, Superman vs Batman and Pirates Of The Caribbean 5 all due to be unleashed.
Abrams is currently working on the script for Episode VII with writers Michael Arndt, Lawrence Kasdan and Simon Kinberg and producer Kath Kennedy.
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