'Star Wars: Episode VII' 2015 news: Most shooting wraps up in 3 weeks, plot villain rumors, movie cast [TRAILER]
Fans of the eagerly-awaited 'Star Wars: Episode VII' will be delighted to find that J.J. Abrams is in the final stages of the principal filming, with only three weeks to go into post production. It is also said that cast member Harrison Ford has finished shooting all his scenes for the film's plot.
Actors Oscar Isaac and Anthony Daniels have also finished shooting their parts for the anticipated movie release.
"We are standing here within three weeks of finishing 'Episode VII,'" said Kathleen Kennedy, president of Lucasfilm, as reported by Variety.
"This continues a long tradition of filming 'Star Wars' in London, going back to 1976. It is remarkable this all came together in less than two years. 'Star Wars' is filmmaking that inspires technical excellence," Kennedy added.
It is uncertain on who will be the villain for the Star Wars: Episode VII plot, but reports suggest that Darth Bane could be the one to look out for in this new flick.
Meanwhile, a report by SlashFilm said that there will be six new Star Wars movies in a span of 10 years starting in 2015. This gives job security to those working behind the scenes for Lucasfilm in London, as well as independent contractors hired by the production.
Watch the Star Wars: Episode VII trailer below.