Star Wars Episode VII Stormtroopers Design Revealed! Harrison Ford Back In The Set After Injury!


After acquiring the ownership of Lucasfilm in 2012, The Walt Disney Company immediately planned for a trilogy sequel of Star Wars , the most loved classical sci-fi movie of all times.

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Abrams, director of the seventh instalment of Star Wars announced that the script has been finished and Lucasfilm clarified that the storyline of the third trilogy will not revolve around the Expanded Universe but other elements could also be included as with Star Wars Rebels .

Original Star Wars casts Harrison Ford, Carrie Fisher, Mark Hamil, Anthony Daniels, Peter Mayhem and Kenny Baker reprised their roles in the film while Star Wars creator George Lucas, will act as creative consultant for all the upcoming Star Wars films.

One of the things that is constantly changing in the past six Star Wars movies is the design of the Stormtrooper.

Stormtroopers shown in Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope has clean-cut white-and-black appearance and some color enhancements in the prequels.

Earlier, a report from, Indie Revolver’s website revealed that Stormtroopers will feature only one Chrome Trooper image.

The website made the following description, “The chrome troopers do not actually wear a hood or covering in the film.

The metal collar stands up from the torso armor and curves up on the sides before dipping down again at the back.

We’ll never post rumors as genuine news or fact here, but we love nothing more than to speculate with you!” Oscar Isaac, one of the actors in the forthcoming Star Wars movie told Entertainment Weekly that there are “hundreds of Stormtroopers” in the set of the movie.

He also said that Harrison Ford is back and is now 150% okay.

Harrison, suffered from an injury last June while filming Star Wars VII.

Isaac also added, “What they’re trying to do and what’s really great is J.J.’s been loosening it up a bit and trying to make it alive and energized.

It’s not formal.

They’re messy, energized people.

We’ve all intentionally tried to do that.

Just a little more fiery and messy.” Meanwhile, shots of Han Solo returning Millennium Falcon and a rumored new Death Star were leaked and are circulating in the internet.

Star Wars VII will be in the cinema on December 2015.

   

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