It’s Official Episode 7 Is Now Called Star Wars: The Force Awakens

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Can you feel the force? Don’t go to the darkside as Lucasfilm announce Star Wars Episode 7 will be officially named Star Wars: The Force Awakens! There has been a number of rumours been floating around the internet gossip corners from A New Dawn, Return of the Sith, and Rise of the Jedi but as the film is start of a new trilogy as well as the trilogy that links older films to newer ones the title is a little more appropriate.

The official was announced via the film’s Twitter account which revealed the film’s first logo as well as the official end to production which I’m sure make the long countdown even more exciting as as now in the editing suite. Still no word on what the plot line will be, The Force Awakens title will leave fans, insiders speculating for a little longer however the animated series Star Wars: Rebels may give us a few clues on what may happen.

With Sith Lords and Jedi no longer out in the public domain Darth Vader is using a (non Sith) warrior called The Inquisitor to track down potential threats to The Dark Side, forcing surviving Jedi Warriors to go into hiding. Some of the Episode 7 cast most notably Adam Driver, Gwendoline Christie, and Lupita Nyong’o gossip has surfaced they maybe potential ‘Jedi Hunters’ and the search seems to be focused on a certain Luke Skywalker who is no longer in the public, is he the one to ‘awaken’ the force to bringer order? Could it been a enemy from the past re-awakening?

Lot’s of rumours which may bring some intriguing theories however it’s all wild speculation which will give us itchy feet for the next year as we eagerly countdown the clock to Star Wars: The Force Awakens December 2015. The film will Star Mark Hamill, Harrison Ford, Carrie Fisher, Daisy Ridley, John Boyega, Oscar Isaac, Domhnall Gleeson, Andy Serkis, Peter Mayhew, Anthony Daniels, Kenny Baker, Warwick Davis and Max Von Sydow.

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