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The Millennium Falcon may appear in the upcoming "Star Wars: Episode VII."
The Latino Review revealed that the production has been working on building the famous starship in Pinewood Studios in London. "All of post-production and re-shoots are to work around Abrams and Actors schedules. 90% of shooting in London. Also they are building the Millennium Falcon on at Pinewood. Interior is done," reported Latino Review.
The news has not been confirmed by Disney or Lucasfilms, but it is widely known that the film will shoot in the United Kingdom and that it is in pre-production.
Recently it was rumored that Abrams would expand his Bad Robot studios in order to complete post-production in Los Angeles. The expansions would include a green room, sound studios and other new facilities.
"Star Wars: Episode VII" is currently casting with many actors rumored to star in the film. Chloe Grace Moretz, Benedict Cumberbatch, Alex Pettyfer, Zac Efron and Ryan Gosling have been rumored as potential casting choices. Meanwhile, Harrison Ford, Carrie Fisher, Ian McDiarmid, Anthony Daniels, and Mark Hamill have been rumored to reprise their roles from the original trilogy.
The film will be directed by J.J. Abrams ("Star Trek"), produced by Kathleen Kennedy ("Lincoln:) and written by Michael Arndt ("The Hunger Games," "Toy Story 3"). John Williams ("Lincoln," "Munich") will write the score, while Michael Kaplan will design the costumes ("Star Trek"). Daniel Mindel ("Star Trek") will serve as director of photography and Maryann Brandon and Mary Jo Markey will edit the feature.
Disney will release "Star Wars: Episode VII" in 2015 with production slated to commence in January 2014.