Now recording for the next “Star Wars” film started.
At the same time now released new information about the upcoming movie.
Here is the first pictures.
in December last year, “Star Wars: the Force Awakens” premiere.
It attracted large crowds and was in the end January on the way to beat all previous records.
the Business Insider reported then that the film was expected to exceed two billion recorded dollars before it was February – something that only two films in the history of the world done in the past.
And as of now, sequel started to be recorded in the Pinewood studios in London, published in the “Star Wars” website.
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“Star Wars” -inspelningen has begun
in addition, the first images now released in the form of a video, also published on the website.
images are displayed Luke Skywalker, but also the production.
the sequel takes the action in “Star Wars: the Force Awakens” – and stars Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher, Adam Driver, Daisy Ridley, John Boyega and Oscas Isaac will participate, says on the website.
Gwendoline Christie will return
Even Gwendoline Christie will return for the new movie.
the new actors ready for “Star Wars: Episode VIII “include Benicio Del Toro, Laura Dern from” Jurassic Park “in 1993 and Kelly Marie Tran from” Untouchable “.
Rian Johnson writes screenplays and directs” Star Wars: Episode VIII ” .
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And the build-up to the “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” was great with the fans. When the trailer was released in October last year saw the entire 128 million times – in a day.
Nominated for five Oscars
The film is nominated in five categories at the Academy Awards to be held in late February including visual effects, film editing and sound mixing.
“Star Wars: Episode VIII”, as yet unnamed, would first have premiered in the summer of next year, but was postponed until the winter instead .
Now estimated that the premiere december 15, 2017.
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