J.J. Abrams Thanks the 'Star Wars: Episode VII' Crew as Shooting Ends
Principal photography on Star Wars: Episode VII is now complete, and we're that much closer to seeing this highly anticipated sci-fi sequel hit the big screen. We still have over a year until the film hits theaters in 2015, but there have been rumblings that we might see a teaser trailer before the year is over, and with shooting now complete, that's not entirely out of the question. Now that filming is finished, we're just hoping for some kind of official first look other than the various UNICEF videos and charity notes that have come from the set of the film. But until then, here's the note the crew received on the last day of filming.
Here's a Twitter update from James Rose showing off the note on wrap day:
— James Rose (@AdmiralPellaeon) October 31, 2014
With production now complete and the December 18th, 2015 release date confirmed by Disney, Star Wars mania isn't slowing down at all, and we're evn more anxious for some kind of first look or teaser trailer. We've got just over a year to wait and there's no question at all that plenty more adventures are on the way. We'll be right here to keep you updated on all the Star Wars goods through 2015 and beyond.