Star Wars Episode 7 x-wing

Some very cool Star Wars Episode VII set photos have been taken, and some very interesting rumors and lots of cool trivia have all shown up online. Below, read about the following.

  • A new kind of X-Wing Fighter was spotted by drones flying over the Star Wars Episode VII set.
  • Photos of Star Wars extras, in costume, have been taken from a great distance.
  • Simon Pegg‘s daughter inspired J.J. Abrams and “saved Star Wars.”
  • Hasbro has begun working on Episode VII toys.
  • Read how Marvel’s success helped speed up Star Wars.
  • What is Daisy Ridley‘s character name in Star Wars Episode VII?
  • Star Wars is taking over Subway and your college football games.
  • Some intriguing new rumors about Luke Skywalker‘s story in Star Wars Episode VII.

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