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CinemaCon: Star Wars Movies Coming Every Summer Starting in 2015

Source:   Walt Disney Pictures
April 17, 2013


Walt Disney Pictures and Lucasfilm announced today at CinemaCon in Las Vegas that Star Wars: Episode VII will hit theaters in the summer of 2015 and that every summer after that will offer a "Star Wars" film, alternating with one of the standalone films.

We knew they were targeting "Episode VII" for 2015, but a summer date had not yet been confirmed. Also, while it was known they were working on standalone films, the fact that we'll be getting a "Star Wars" movie every summer is a new development. We don't know how many standalone films they are planning on making at this time in addition to the new trilogy.

J.J. Abrams will direct Star Wars: Episode VII from a script by Michael Arndt.


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