Propaganda Warns Against Spoilers on the 'Star Wars: Episode VII' Set

October 6, 2014

Star Wars

There's been tons of rumors about Star Wars: Episode VII circulating again ever since production started back up after a short hiatus last month. Some of them have been huge and full of spoilers (we won't touch them with a 10-foot pole), but Lucasfilm is keeping very quiet as usual. At this point, we're just waiting for some kind of teaser poster or trailer, and we don't want to know anymore about the film until it hits theaters next winter. And that's exactly how J.J. Abrams wants it too as producer Frank Marshall just posted a photo of a propaganda poster from the set that cautions against spoilers leaking. Look below!

Here's what Frank Marshall posted on Twitter from Pinewood Studios in the United Kingdom:

The poster is a design from back in 2010 by artist Cliff Chiang from his Imperial Propaganda series.

With production now underway, and the December 18th, 2015 release date confirmed by Disney, Star Wars mania should be kicking in hardcore. Filming is now underway and there's no question that no matter what, this Star Wars story will continue. We'll be right here to keep you updated through 2015 and beyond.

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Reader Feedback - 8 Comments


Brilliant. But Vader would never dirty his hands to suffocate a man.

DAVIDPD on Oct 6, 2014



Xerxexx on Oct 6, 2014


He isn't He's just like, you know, "psssst" DONT say it! 😉

Sascha Dikiciyan on Oct 7, 2014


Make this a fathead.

Xerxexx on Oct 6, 2014


I would invest in a print fo sho.

avconsumer2 on Oct 7, 2014


I really appreciate how you guys don't post spoilers. Thank you so much!

Richie G on Oct 7, 2014


I personally believe the mystery box concept spoils a film, either through the clamour of fans posting every little detail or the hype built up ruins the film as it just can't live up to expectations.

Steven on Oct 7, 2014


Stay away from the hype machine.

Xerxexx on Oct 7, 2014

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