Entering its fourth month of pre-production, ‘Star Wars Episode VII’ will begin filming this month under the pseudonym, ‘Foodles Production Ltd,’ Comic Book Movie is reporting. The name was registered in March by Disney UK, before director JJ Abrams began prepping for the sixth sequel in the hit action adventure fantasy series.
‘Star Wars Episode VII’ will shoot at Pinewood Studios, as Disney has signed a filming location deal with the studio for the next 10 years. Construction of offices and facilities on the site is underway. Storage space is also reportedly being set up on the area.
Kathleen Kennedy, one of the executive producers on ‘Star Wars Episode VII,’ which is expected to hit theaters in 2015, has promised the film will feature practical effects. The effects for the sequel may be shot on the Pinewood Studios lot. With Abrams getting closer to the start of production on the latest installment of the ‘Star Wars’ franchise, there’s no word on when he’ll helm ‘Star Trek 3.’
Written by: Karen Benardello