Directed by JJ Abrams moved to the British capital, so as not to deviate from the traditions of filming the star saga, all previous parts of which were also filmed in the UK.
The beginning of work on the next, seventh episode of the legendary "Star Wars" is scheduled for January 2014. The location of the film will be London. The director of the new film about the Jedi, JJ Abrams, said that he would soon move with his family to the British capital for the next two years. The creator of the blockbuster missions "Mission Impossible-3" and "Star Trek: Retribution" will not have to deviate from the traditions established in the filming of "Star Wars": all previous episodes of the film epic were filmed in the United Kingdom, and the fans, jealously watching the execution of traditions, did not suffer would be breaking this rule. Earlier, Abrams insisted on working on the film in California, but after talking with representatives of the fans community, the saga changed his mind.
The director stressed that his family was not enthusiastic about the news of the move, and that three children would be worried about their separation from their homeland.
George Lucas will also take part in the creation of a new episode, he declared his readiness to become a creative consultant to screenwriter Michael Arndt, who received an Oscar for his painting Little Miss Happiness.
The seventh episode of the Jedi saga will be released in 2015, but for now Star Wars fans around the world, delighted at the extension of hexalogy, are buying gift editions of previous episodes, arranging theme parties based on Jedi adventures. Abrams became the fourth director of the science fiction epic; before him, besides George Lucas, Irwin Kershner and Richard Marquand were involved in the creation of episodes.
The time of action of the future picture - after the episode "Return of the Jedi", released on screens in 1983. The main character of the next film is rumored to be Yoda.
At the end of 2012, Star Wars author George Lucas, along with Lucasfilm, sold the exclusive rights to the Star Wars filmmaker to Disney. The amount of the transaction was a record - 4.6 billion dollars.The Disney producers decided to extend the legendary saga by shooting three more full-length episodes. In January 2013, the corporation spread the message that Abrams will be the director of the seventh part of the epic.
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