‘Star Wars Episode 7: Force Awakens’ Spoilers:J.J. Abrams Talks Game of Thrones’ Gwendoline Christie as Captain Phasma; New Star Wars Video Game Ties In To Upcoming Installment


‘Star Wars Episode 7: Force Awakens’ Spoilers:J.J. Abrams Talks Game of Thrones' Gwendoline Christie as Captain Phasma; New Star Wars Video Game Ties In To Upcoming Installment

‘Star Wars Episode 7: Force Awakens’ Spoilers:J.J. Abrams Talks Game of Thrones' Gwendoline Christie as Captain Phasma; New Star Wars Video Game Ties In To Upcoming Installment

‘Star Wars Episode 7: Force Awakens’ Spoilers, Release Date, Cast, Plot & Rumors: “Star Wars Episode 7: Force Awakens” takes place 30 years after Star Wars: Episode VI: Return of the Jedi.As Imperial Stormtroopers storm Rio de Janeiro, Brazil during 2015 Rock in Rio for Star Wars Episode VII, fans are predicting the best installment yet. 

“Star Wars Episode 7: Force Awakens” stars John Boyega, Daisy Ridley, Max Von Sydow, Oscar Isaac, and Adam Driver. Original Star Wars cast memers Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher, and Harrison Ford will also return for this latest installment.
“Star Wars Episode 7: The Force Awakens” is one of the most anticipated movies for 2015. The premiere of the next installment in the Star Wars saga is a few months away and fans are hoping for the best, according to surveys.
J.J. Abrams talked with about the character of Captain Phasma, played by Gwendoline Christie, with Collider.
“I can only say that Gwendoline Christie is my favorite,” Abrams told Collider.
“She just killed it. You think, ‘Well, what? It’s wearing a costume.’ But it’s a lot to wear and to have a performance when you’re wearing that requires a different kind of skill set and an additional talent, and she’s got it.”
“It’s an incredible thing to work with her,” Abrams added. “I am glad that a character has been designed that is visually as stunning as that is, because she deserves it and the fans do to. When I first saw that design my mind was blown because it looked so undeniable.”
“It was really important for a sense of authenticity that the set be built, the exterior, interior, that we go to real locations that were actually in the sun,” the director said. “I know it sounds silly, but in the behind the scenes reel you see this giant gimbal of the Millennium Falcon cockpit and it was outdoors.”
“The reason we did it – we didn’t have to do that, but the reason we wanted to was, you just can’t fake sunlight,” he added, talking about using as little green screen as they can for the film. “You can do a pretty good imitation, but you can just tell.”
Out of the need to be secret, we’re not actually able to get everything we need to do our jobs as well as we could,” Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Actor Tim Rose, who played Ackbar in Return of the Jedi told The Australian.
“And as someone who has been doing it for 35 years, I find it very frustrating.”
More than 60 percent of fans believe that the Star Wars 7 movie will be the best in the “Star Wars” franchise, according to a survey done by Variety. Under 40 percent of those surveyed believe that other films in the franchise are better.
According to Gamespot, about 15 percent of fans surveyed credit Star Wars director J.J. Abrams as the main reason the new installment will be so exciting. 14 percent of those surveyed think the new cast members will be better.
About 25 percent of the respondents believe that Star Wars 7 will come back to the roots of the  franchise. 24 percent of the surveyed think the special effects and outer space scenes will be more intense.
There is also news on the first and third person shooter video game the new 2015 game from EA and Dice called The Star Wars Battlefront, which is  based on the Star Wars films by George Lucas. Gamers will take on the role of soldiers in two opposing armies during different time periods of the Star Wars universe. The game will capture the look of the films and includes narrative tie-ins to Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
Following the Nerd reported that the new Star Wars movie will run for 136 minutes, which will make it  the third longest Star Wars film, beating “Attack of the Clones” running time of 142 minutes.
“Star Wars Episode 7: The Force Awakens” opens in theaters December 18, 2015.
 
 

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