Rumor: More Info on Star Wars Episode 7 Scenes.

Star Wars VIIToday has been a busy day for Star Wars Episode VII news sites, with concept art leaking out behind the scenes and details surfacing in nearly every direction. However, there are still two stories from Making Star Wars that we have yet to report on… Until after the jump. (Oh, and let’s not forget: SPOILERS!)


Jason Ward at Making Star Wars has done great with relaying all of this information so far, so props to him. The first of his two articles details a scene that happens early on in the movie.

Nighttime under the cover of darkness. Four characters convene.
Imagine the next generation of R2 unit. A jump as drastic as the Return of the Jedi Stormtrooper to the Star Wars: Episode VII Stormtrooper. Sleeker, more futuristic, yet somehow still a little bit 1950s with a dash of Art Nouveau included.
The droid is smaller than R2-D2 and Chopper. His head is just above the knee, but not quiet to the hip, he’s tiny. His head is silver like Artoo-Detoo but his markings are red. He has a single eye and two antennas on the top of his head. His neck has a black covering that kind of accordions when he looks around and connects to his body. He is similar to something you might see in Wall-E mixed with one of the senate cams in Star Wars: Episode I: The Phantom Menace. He has a holographic projector in the same place as Artoo-Detoo as well. His head looks up.
He’s cute but kind of sad looking in a way.


StationStanding next to him we have an alien. He’s slightly taller. His face reminds me of Station from Bill and Ted’s Bogus Journey. His eyes are just black and tiny, his mouth is almost a round snout which is sort of like an armadillo. His skin is a darker brown color but in this image it appears blue from the light. He has a towel on his head and his costume appears to be similar to a kimono.
In the foreground, Daisy Ridley’s character Kira stands startled as a character ignites a lightsaber and it is very clear this is an unexpected occurrence and all the characters are startled by the enigmatic beam emitting from the lazer sword just turned on accidentally. John Boyega’s character has the lightsaber in hand as the characters all look on amazed.
Kira’s discovery is further enhanced by Boyega’s character’s discovery. This could be one of the most memorable sequences from the next trilogy of Star Wars films.


The scene sounds like a sort of impressionistic look at the Star Wars universe, like these characters are really experiencing the magic that we as viewers have known from watching the movies over and over again. Indeed, it could reflect the sort of feelings that younger newcomers to the franchise might experience when seeing one of these movies on the big screen.


The second article covers a scene that apparently takes place later (or possibly earlier; the aforementioned scene and this scene happen around the same time in the story).

Kira has a junker ship which has tow cables that detach from it to pull junk across the sandy planet on which she lives. The cockpit is in the center of the ship and is not unlike a B-29 Bomber. Stylistically it reminds me of the ships from Terminator that attack John Conor’s rebels. The cockpit holds two pilots in the front and there is probably room for more in the short fuselage. The back of the ship fans out. There are no weapons as it is not an attack ship.

The ship has four engines, large engines. The large engines on the bottom are on the sides while two smaller engines sit above it, but close together. Imagine an X-wing fighter from Episode IV if the engines on the bottom where bigger. In some depictions the top of the ship has two X-wing engines for the smaller engines.

The version of the ship parked inside the AT-AT garage has four engines, two on the bottom, two towards the outside and they’re all the same size. There is yet another third design that is bulkier. I believe the first description is the final piece as it appears to be the most designed with a lot of work put into it.

This ship hides in the belly of the fallen AT-AT with two tarps that can close to conceal the ship.

Here’s another interesting note. There is art of a large Star Destroyer with gravity wells crashed in the horizon. Kira is directing a giant pig like what we saw in the TMZ photos towards a station. The driver on the giant pig is abstract but appears to be the alien from the lightsaber photos in other depictions. What are they towing? An X-wing fighter, one you’ve all seen.
Space Pumbaa
This is how Kira salvages her X-wing for the film, most likely. There is some indication that the ship is used to get Kira’s and the giant pig is used to get Boyega’s. But that’s not entirely clear for now.


All of the stories posted by the crew at Making Star Wars all seem to tie the first act of the film together pretty well: on a desert planet where remnants of Imperial technology can be found, Daisy Ridley, John Boyega, and a few other members of an unlikely crew come across a lightsaber. They then show it to Max Von Sydow’s character, who seems to know about the weapon, which eventually causes them to explore the galaxy. This is all sounding very well-thought-out, and it matches up with existing details, so today’s reports seem like they could very well be legitimate leaks. Nonetheless, the future is clouded – but as fans of Star Wars, we will do our best to keep you covered on stories like this and any subsequent information.


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Grant has been a fan of Star Wars for as long as he can remember, having seen every movie on the big screen. When he’s not hard at work with his college studies, he keeps himself busy by reporting on all kinds of Star Wars news for SWNN and general movie news on the sister site, Movie News Net. He served as a frequent commentator on SWNN’s The Resistance Broadcast.

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Grant has been a fan of Star Wars for as long as he can remember, having seen every movie on the big screen. When he’s not hard at work with his college studies, he keeps himself busy by reporting on all kinds of Star Wars news for SWNN and general movie news on the sister site, Movie News Net. He served as a frequent commentator on SWNN’s The Resistance Broadcast.

87 thoughts on “Rumor: More Info on Star Wars Episode 7 Scenes.

  • October 2, 2014 at 7:53 am

    Well, well, well… the plot thickens!

    What a busy day today has been with all of these plot rumors buzzing around. Is it December 2015 yet?

    • October 2, 2014 at 8:06 am

      Not saying it’s impossible but that screams trying too hard imo.

      • October 2, 2014 at 8:44 am

        Which is why I haven’t reported on it. I leave that kind of sketchy stuff to Viral Hide.

    • October 2, 2014 at 9:59 am

      If this happened, it would make it easier to write episodes eight and nine, and immediately catapult the new cast as the main characters. Although, I am very skeptical about any rumor related to that cyborg pic.

      • October 2, 2014 at 1:52 pm

        No need to shit on the original cast. They can play supporting roles throughout the ST, just the PT characters did in the OT.

      • October 2, 2014 at 8:42 pm

        Technically they can do whatever they want.

        How well would it go over is the question.

        Kind of step all over the characters development, which makes it a bad idea imo.

        • October 3, 2014 at 1:57 am

          My childhood was lived in vain if they do this.

          • October 3, 2014 at 8:34 am

            I guess my question would be, why? What is the purpose of taking that path? If they had an actual decent reason it might work.

            Having said that I can’t think of one.

          • October 4, 2014 at 1:14 am

            Perhaps its the way it is portrayed at first. I think I’ve heard something about Lucas saying that Luke does in fact master parts of the dark side after Jedi. I wonder if he has done so and it has made him aggressive. But again.. my whole childhood means nothing if he has turned to the dark side.

  • October 2, 2014 at 8:10 am

    Just as long as no more peeps yell for more Sith, and then yak Anakin waz the chosen one, it doenst matter what iz posted…. just please make sense…

    • October 2, 2014 at 9:01 am

      What confuses me is that they say Anakin had to kill the Jedi to help bring balance because they were corrupt. What was corrupt about the Jedi ? They didn’t rule anyone, they didn’t kill in cold blood, they didn’t control the Senate, etc. In fact, they had a council and talked all the issues out and even voted if needed. So i never understood anyone who said the Jedi was corrupt.

      • October 2, 2014 at 9:10 am

        Stuff like that really makes Qui-Gon look like a shithead.

        • October 2, 2014 at 9:17 am

          It didn’t make Qui-Gon look bad. He believed in a boy that he thought would be the one. And others in time like Obi-Wan started to believe too. Yoda was the one who had doubts all the way to the time he became Vader. So basically, Anakin decieved everyone. And to me , that does not make him the one regardless of what Lucas said. Because if George later on continues to say Anakin was, he either has lost his mind and thank GOD he’s not making any more movies, or he’s been smoking crack watching the Kardashians.

          • October 2, 2014 at 9:23 am

            “When Anakin was discovered by Qui-Gon, the relative peace and functionality of the known Galaxy was waning. The Galactic Republic was stagnant, the Jedi numbers were dwindling as they have become increasingly involved in unJedi like matters(politics,wars etc). Not to mention a Phantom Menace was on the horizon and all the bogus, defiant, impressionable people who were influenced by it. The Jedi probably interpreted the Prophecy as a restoration and visitation to a more civilized age. Apparently they were wrong when shit hit the fan. The force is a mysterious thing and it works according to its OWN will, especially when good turns to bad and bad turns to good. Furthermore,. The FORCE is never wrong! even if IT has to defy logic a (people and things disappear and/or reappear) it bogggles even the most adept and powerful FORCE users. And most impotently, it throws off those incredulous fans who think they have a better take on what the Star Wars saga should entail.”

          • October 2, 2014 at 9:30 am

            Anon @ 09:17 AM

            Although Qui-Gon had good intentions, he stubbornly insisted on training a boy the Jedi Council had rightfully concluded had a bad vibe about him. He’s indirectly responsible for the downfall of the Jedi Order.

            Qui-Gon is a shithead. His actions killed more Jedi than any one Sith could.

          • October 2, 2014 at 9:37 am

            LOL, the Force willed Anakin to “trim the fat”.

            THE FORCE: Yeah, those younglings got to go. -_-

          • October 2, 2014 at 9:46 am

            “You don’t believe in the Force do you?”

          • October 2, 2014 at 10:40 am

            I do. I just refuse to believe it’s willfully associated with stupidity or horrible atrocities.

          • October 2, 2014 at 9:43 am

            Qui-gon was chosen by the FORCE, that is why his voice returned to influence the living(Yoda) in CLONE WARS. The will of the force could have easily stopped Qui-Gon but that outcome (finding the boy) was a manifestation of its own will (the Force that is). If Anakin was not the chosen ONE then the story would have centered only Jar Jar. I like Jar Jar!

          • October 2, 2014 at 10:44 am

            I would’ve loved to hear Qui-Gon’s voice talk about how his actions indirectly caused the demise of an order that had existed for a thousand generations.

            Was the Jedi Order wiped out for being corrupt or for simply having too many members? If it’s more the latter, why bother build a new one?

          • October 2, 2014 at 11:05 am

            It was the Sith that destroyed the Jedi. “The rule of two,” and patience allowed them to get revenge. Jedi were sitting ducks. They were good but naive. Sidious tells Yoda: “Your arrogance blinds you!”

          • October 2, 2014 at 1:42 pm

            Actually, Lucas’ script blinded Yoda. Poor fella kept scratching his head.

          • October 2, 2014 at 11:09 am

            OHH Bullshyt !!! the will of the force is not going to make someone do bad things…. evil does it…. GEEZE !!

          • October 2, 2014 at 11:27 am

            Yes! But there are two sides to the Force in the Star Wars Universe. A Good side and a Bad side or Light side vs. Dark side. Thats just how the story works. Its theme can be seen in many myths around the world. Everyone is caught right in the middle of these two opposing forces. You must choose. Simple but effective in story telling.

          • October 2, 2014 at 6:06 pm

            You guys are thinking about this all wrong, the “force” is not a person. I think of it more like an ocean. The force has tides and shifts because it’s the force. No one can change the tide (maybe superman), that’s destiny/ the controversial prophecy.
            But the ocean/force also has little waves and ripples, these waves CAN be disturbed or manipulated; this is what Ben is referring to when he says “it can also obey your command”. Yoda can’t just alter the flow of the universe so that He is the chosen one, because the chosen one thing is beyond anyone’s control, but he can make a itty bitty request to the force to move a spaceship a few yards.
            The truth is that the Jedi were destined for failure anyways Palpatine or no, that was the tide. Palpatine merely saw the way the tide was going and jumped on it to make the aftermath and circumstances as favourable to himself as possible.
            The key difference between the jedi and the sith is that the Jedi respect the force for what it is, an ocean, and the fight to keep that ocean as clean and decent as they can. Whereas the Sith view the force as a weapon, in terms of who can make a bigger splash in the water.

          • October 3, 2014 at 12:51 pm

            So Qui Gon was responsible for bringing balance to the force because he also helped this along even in his death and there after.

        • October 2, 2014 at 9:56 am

          Qui-Gon was right and he knew it! No one else could see it because he was chosen. The Sith took him out and made things interesting. Anakin lost everyone that truly cared for him. Obi Wan learned to care for him but doubted him. Yoda too and Mace didn’t want him trained.

          • October 2, 2014 at 10:18 am

            In ROTS, upon finding Anakin on Mustafar Sidious concernedly exclaims “He’s still Alive!”showing that he did care in some weird and twisted way. Maybe even only for his evil bidding but he did need him. The other Jedi did not show that kind of devotion to him. They didn’t show any emotion as it was forbidden by the Jedi code. He was a mess… too old and emotional for that kind of life. Thus he fell in love and became passionate. A recipe for disaster. Anakin never really had a chance. Or did he?

          • October 2, 2014 at 10:46 am

            The whole trilogy was a mess. The Jedi were all made to be portrayed as emotionless, stupid assholes.

            It’s all a goddamn face palm.

          • October 2, 2014 at 10:56 am

            Luke said in ANH: “You mean it (The Force) controls your actions?” Kenobi replies: “Partially, but it also obeys your commands.”
            I guess if your strong enough in the force, you can control it for good or evil. but ultimately it controls all.

          • October 2, 2014 at 10:48 am

            I’m sure Qui-Gon had no intention of wiping out the Jedi Order.

          • October 2, 2014 at 11:00 am

            He could only see the present moment. “The living force.” He concluded that Maul was a Sith lord but he did not sense them prior to that. I doubt he knew anything about the Sith Lord behind it all.

          • October 2, 2014 at 11:20 am

            The one scene i always remember is when Palpatine tells Anakin about the Tragedy of Darth Plagueis and his power to create life. Now common sense tells us that a Dark Sith Lord creating a child would be a Dark Child. Not a child that starts light, then goes dark for 18 yrs and then goes to light. BULLSHIT !!! A dark child is dark. A light child is light. Dark = Evil…. Light = Good.
            Anakin was a brat from the begining. A brat as a teen. A brat all the way. From what i saw in the prequels is that the dark side was consuming Anakin regardless of what would happen. Palpatine just sped up the process. And to me, and this is from Lucas idea to put in the Darth Plaguies book and movie scene, is that it seems that the child Darth Plaguies created was Anakin. Because we never saw any other child anywhere in the movies from 1 to 6 that was like that. Anakin killed out of anger, hate, greed, and revenge killing Jedi and children. That my peeps, is what a Dark Child does. And a dark child is not the chosen one.

          • October 2, 2014 at 11:32 am

            interesting theory.

          • October 2, 2014 at 11:59 am

            George Lucas always have said that the entire Star Wars saga was always focused on the conflicts of the Jedi and Sith, and the Skywalkers. With what we have seen in the movies so far, is it possible Anakin was the false hope all along, then the twins came to bring a new hope and redemption, and then leading the way for the chosen one ? Lucas does like to play with our minds and confuse us to throw us off and then hit us later with a big surprise just as he did with Vader being Lukes father in ep. 5… And if this comes to be true, and if Luke doesnt have any siblings, that Leia could be the mother of the chosen one ? Daisy Ridley or someone we never heard of yet ? After all, if Luke has no kids, and Leia got pregnant without Han or any man, that means that child is not a Solo but a Skywalker ? The last Skywalker ? …. it does make ya think…

          • October 2, 2014 at 12:23 pm

            Without Anakin there would be no Luke or Leia. It seems as though the prophecy may imply the Skywalker bloodline.

          • October 2, 2014 at 1:40 pm

            What is all this dark child/light child nonesense? Is this Star Wars your talking about?

          • October 2, 2014 at 1:50 pm

            I remember when Star Wars wasn’t filled with weird illogical bullshit….

          • October 3, 2014 at 3:06 am

            Anakin brought BALANCE, nothing more, nothing less. Before Anakin the Force was split in two, a Light Side and a Dark Side. Then Anakin killed all the Jedi and all the Sith, putting zero on both sides of the equation and bringing balance.

            I suspect Episode VII won’t put Force sensitive people into such easy-to-define categories as “Light Side” or “Dark Side”. There will be heroes and villains, of course, just not in such rigid camps as we saw in the first six movies.

      • October 2, 2014 at 11:49 am

        “they say Anakin had to kill the Jedi to help bring balance because they were corrupt.” Nobody in their right mind says that.

        • October 2, 2014 at 2:24 pm

          At Anon 13:50… That’s why the prequels came out after the originals. lol

      • October 2, 2014 at 5:41 pm

        “What confuses me is that they say Anakin had to kill the Jedi to help bring balance because they were corrupt.”

        Not so. Let me quote TV Tropes on this one:

        “The ridiculously common theory that “bringing balance to the Force” actually meant equalizing the number of Jedi and Sith (thus Anakin really did bring balance to the Force through Order 66 even if that wasn’t his intention) has been firmly squashed by George Lucas who has helpfully clarified that the Sith are the source of imbalance in the Force. “Bringing balance to the Force” refers to destroying or redeeming all of the Sith, thus cleansing the Force of the dark side, which is inherently an imbalance.”

        So if anything, killing a whole bunch of Jedi tainted the Force instead of balancing it.

        • October 2, 2014 at 6:59 pm

          I don’t believe that for one second. I don’t know where TV Tropes got its source from as it isn’t named, but Lucas has said a plethora of times things like this:

          “I wanted to have this mythological footing because I was basing the films on the idea that the Force has two sides, the good side, the evil side, and they both need to be there. Most religions are built on that, whether it’s called yin and yang, God and the devil—everything is built on the push-pull tension created by two sides of the equation. Right from the very beginning, that was the key issue in ‘Star Wars.'”

          -George Lucas, Times Magazine, 2002

          • October 2, 2014 at 8:21 pm

            Then you should probably look toward the Mortis Arc of The Clone Wars, in which Anakin is actually confronted by three Force Beings that establish his status as the one who will bring balance to the Force. At one point, the “Dark Side” member of the three (the others are “Light Side” and the “Force” unaligned) approaches Anakin, claiming that he is not a Sith, but that he can fight alongside him to destroy Palpatine… along with the Jedi Order.

            This act would throw the Force completely out of balance, even if the whole “kill all of the Jedi and the Sith” hypothesis were to be carried out. In fact, the neutral Force Being advises Anakin to be wary of his personal feelings about the Jedi, trying to discourage him from turning to the Sith.

            What can I infer from all of this? While the Dark Side may be a necessary evil for the Force, it can be said for certain that the Sith, who manipulate it to their own devices, are a cancer upon the Force. I don’t believe that all Dark Side users are a cause of imbalance in the Force; just those that would pose a threat to a large number of Force-Sensitive people.

          • October 2, 2014 at 10:29 pm

            I’m aware of the Mortis episodes. But you and I aren’t really arguing anything different if you believe that The Force needs both the dark and light. It needs Sith users just as it needs Jedi. Palpatine was just someone who needed to be destroyed not just because he was a Sith, but because he was one that tipped the scale too far towards the dark that it caused an imbalance.

            At the same time, one can argue that the existing Jedi order needed to be replaced as they had become stagnant, arrogant, and irrationally strict with such rules as no emotion and attachment. If anything, the Mortis arc drives this point further home. When Anakin met them, there where naturally 2 sides of The Force and if one had ceased to be, there would be an imbalance.

            The Force didn’t actually make Anakin wipe out Younglings and I think this is the misconception. It was in the Jedi’s destiny to lose, but the choices of how it was done were made by Palpatine and Anakin. Remember Obi-Wan said The Force controls us, but can also listen to our commands. The killing of younglings was not the will of the Force but the will of Palpatine and Anakin in their twisted logic of what needed to be done. Believing that killing younglings was not the will or action of the Force and believing there needs to be a balance between Sith and Jedi are not mutually exclusive.

    • October 2, 2014 at 5:14 pm

      Good sir. In the top ten video I just posted. Disney specifically calls a baking the chosen one…

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  • October 2, 2014 at 9:27 am

    NOT PICTURED: JJ Abrams laughing his ass off at all these fake rumors.

    Seriously, people, these read like terrible fan fiction — obsessed with lightsabers, droids and spaceships with no mention of character, theme or story.

    If that’s not enough, note how Daisy Ridley’s character is referred to as “Kira,” but John Boyega’s character is called “John Boyega’s character.” Apparently, this source has a rare ear condition where they can only hear the (code)names of characters that have already leaked.

    • October 2, 2014 at 10:45 pm

      Amen to that. Kira is a fake name Kira Carsen is the name of a Star Wars Jedi Knight. Ridley is not a Jedi Knight in EP7.

  • October 2, 2014 at 9:33 am

    Episode 7- The Extra Terrestrial

  • October 2, 2014 at 10:00 am

    So maybe Andy Serkis will be that Giant Pig herder?

    • October 2, 2014 at 3:47 pm

      No, I seriously doubt he’ll be it.

      Won’t stop him from f^cking it though…

  • October 2, 2014 at 1:10 pm

    this article was great but scrolling down to see station’s head kind of freaked me out for a second.

    • October 2, 2014 at 5:37 pm

      Sorry if I spooked you; I figured readers would need a bit of visual context to figure out what a character from an old 1990s movie looked like.

  • October 2, 2014 at 2:17 pm

    Just as an aside, I was thinking last night – what the hell happened to Domhnall Gleeson? He was marked down as one of the main cast members, but since the original announcement I don’t recall seeing a single update on his role. Loads of rumours, pictures & conjecture about Daisy, John B & Oscar, but zip about Domnhall. Is he maybe the main character and they’ve kept his role secret by trickling out loads of misinformation about the other actors, or does he just not have much of a role? Any thoughts?

    • October 2, 2014 at 3:59 pm


      • October 2, 2014 at 4:31 pm

        Gleeson will be a Skywalker!

        • October 2, 2014 at 4:33 pm

          Yeah he does kind of have the look of a young Luke.

          • October 2, 2014 at 4:52 pm

            He really does. Also he was sitting by Luke and 3po. I don’t know what that means but I have a good guess haha

          • October 3, 2014 at 1:20 am

            He’s C3PO’s son – 50% human and 50% lubricant.

    • October 2, 2014 at 4:53 pm

      I’ve wondered if he’s Anakin, a clone of Anakin to be exact.

      If an Anakin clone is in this, then why didn’t they just get Hayden to return? Maybe because JJ didn’t care for his performance in the Prequels. And also it would be hard to keep it a secret that Hayden was returning, which of course means Anakin and therefore Vader returns.

      • October 2, 2014 at 5:34 pm

        I can assure you that they (probably) aren’t going to bring up cloned Jedi, or possibly even clones in general.

      • October 2, 2014 at 10:33 pm

        Clones are carbon copies that age irregularly. No soul, or true individuality. They go mad (Fives: clone troop,joruus cboath: jedi) and are tampered by those who create them. The whole clone thing is Probably history, only known unaltered clone is Boba Fett. should have been Jango’s real son in my opinion.albeit through Kamino lab expirement.but still a more emotional father-son arch.

  • October 2, 2014 at 2:31 pm

    Who knows what the hell is going on with episode 7 and beyond. LOL. Rumors, theories, more rumors, prophets, rumors, false prophets, rumors, roles, rumors, sith, rumors, jedi, rumors, AAAAAAHHHHHH im getting headaches. But that’s what makes Star Wars the best sci-fi adventure ever. Still more questions that need to be answerd.

  • October 2, 2014 at 2:47 pm

    More fanfic from MSW

  • October 2, 2014 at 5:28 pm

    Absolutely hating these rumours

  • October 2, 2014 at 6:25 pm

    This about Gleeson from one of Devin Faraci comment section about one of his articles
    Freddie •
    So there’s been rumours about pretty much the entire cast, except Domnhall Gleeson. Small part or just a big secret?
    Devin Faraci
    What I’ve heard about him would be considered a big spoiler if it’s true, so I’m keeping my mouth shut. It’s SUPER INTERESTING, though.

    • October 2, 2014 at 8:13 pm

      Love it. Gleeson himself said if anyone had the smallest clue to who he was it would ruin the plot.

      Smoke signal or the real Mccoy?

      Find out December 18th!

  • October 2, 2014 at 7:39 pm

    -A politically correct cast of male, female, black, white, etc. -a fururistic dystopian setting where a tween couple, under the mentorship of a veteran character, do battle with the forces of evil. Star Wars VII: The Hunger Games.

  • October 2, 2014 at 8:14 pm

    So is Kira Leia’s daughter or what? Why is she surprised to see a lightsaber if she is Leia’s daughter?

  • October 2, 2014 at 8:50 pm

    A major disturbance in the force happens about 10 years prior to EP VII?

  • October 2, 2014 at 8:59 pm

    Here is another theory. With all the secrecy surrounding Domnhall’s character, and the suggestion that maybe Luke goes dark side, the question is what would make him do so? How about the fall to the dark side of his own son? Domnhall is son of Skywalker and headed down the wrong path to the dark side. As rumors have suggested, in order to save the day (his son), Luke has to change, and not for the good. Although the rumor of the standoff between Luke, Han and Driver may suggest it is the fall of Driver (Han’s son) that sends Luke over the edge, I think it would be more powerful and mirror the existing story more so if it was Luke’s own son that caused him to fall… Again, just theories.

  • October 2, 2014 at 8:59 pm

    Dont forget Billie Lourde…..we dont know if she plays a young Leia or Leia’s daughter. As some people point out SW doesnt usually do flash backs……

  • October 2, 2014 at 9:26 pm

    Most rumors this early about the PT were wrong. People had inside info then too and it all turned out to be BS. Most of this will turn out to be fake. Everyone is under a gag order. We have heard the actors say it time and time again. If anyone, cast or crew, were to spill the beans and get caught they would never work on a movie again. Do you think they would put their livelihoods on the line for us fans?

    I’m sure some things will sneak out later but as of now I doubt any of it is true. I’m even sure JJ is having a good laugh. I do think some of the costume will sneak out but that won’t help with the plot. Disney wants to keep us fans coming back for more so they will give us a little here and there.

    No offense to this site or others but you guys have an interest in us coming back here too. Do you all notice the ads on this site and other SW fan sites? People know we fans are desperate for info even if it’s made up. I have a degree in marketing and fan sites saying they have inside info is good for them. It gets advertisers to want to put ads on their site. The number of hits sites like this one gets drives advertisers to spend money on sites like this one. I don’t know if the sites make much money on the ads but they make some. If it were just about fans there would be no ads.

    These are not journalist with ethics either. I could start a site right now and say I have inside info and lots of fans would believe it because we want to believe it. Take what you hear with a gran of salt. Don’t believe most of what is said. I recall all kinds of crazy crazy “inside info” on Ep 1. Most of it was untrue.

  • October 2, 2014 at 9:47 pm

    Episode VII: A New Hope

    It is a dark time in the galaxy where there is a complete lack of racial and gender political correctness. An unfortunate x-wing pilot who becomes blaster fodder for a tie fighter “fly by,” (“She gonna blow!”) and a criminal who cares about money, ass, and merchandise are the only African American characters. The few female characters serve as objects of lustful attention by a predominantly male cast (giant talking slugs included).

    Thirty years later, the script is flipped ……

  • October 2, 2014 at 9:59 pm

    The production title for the film is TJ238

    The official title for the film was originally The Shadow Heir, but has now been changed to ANT (I think you can figure it out) to align more with the original,..but could change again.

    • October 2, 2014 at 10:10 pm

      A New Title?

  • October 2, 2014 at 10:13 pm

    BTW some of the rumors are out right ridiculous. The light saber one is going to turn out to be totally false. It doesn’t even make sense. It cant’ be Luke’s from Empire. His hand and saber feel into a gas giant planet. Gas planets still have gravity. I know the rules of science don’t always apply in our fav space opera but if his hand and saber could float into space why doesn’t cloud city? Some one would have to know to look for it and it would be like finding a light saber on Saturn damn near impossible. It can’t be Vader’s from Jedi either, it was destroyed when the 2nd death star was destroyed. Do you think someone went looking for it during the middle of a battle? There were Rebels attacking and I doubt many people knew what was going on in the throne room. Further, it went down a giant shaft and then the space station was blown up. Unless you think it is so indestructible that it survived and that’s just silly. Maybe they do find a saber but it won’t be Luke or Vaders. I think this is fan made up crap.

    Why would it start a quest anyway? If Luke is the last Jedi and hasn’t restarted the order, the Jedi haven’t been heard from in 50 plus years. Why would finding a light saber start a quest? This is made up rumors.

    I have a theory if the rumors are to be believed. Daisy’s character is sent by the New Jedi Order to investigate something on a desert planet. She has a light saber because she is a Jedi but much like Que Gon she doesn’t flaunt that she is a Jedi, she keeps it a secret. John’s character is force sensitive. Daisy meets him he takes her to meet the old man. John sees a light saber for the first time and is surprised by the sight of it. He has heard the stories of Jedi but has never met one. Like most people even in the PT. Daisy then goes to find Luke to tell him what she found. Luke is not an evil cyborg. How pissed would millions of fans be to find out Luke turned to the dark side after he fought so hard in Jedi? Luke is the white knight incorruptible. That was the whole point of Jedi. His story will not be that of his fathers.

    • October 3, 2014 at 12:06 am

      Your theory makes a hell of a lot more sense than the stupid rumors that keep coming out. These last ones seem extremely unlikely.

  • October 3, 2014 at 5:16 am

    The latest rumor from Making Star Wars about the real villain sounds like more recycled EU hogwash. And the 4chan rumor is obviously fake. Are people so incredibly stupid when making fake rumors they have to comb the EU and think no one will recognize it as being fake?

  • October 3, 2014 at 6:20 pm

    can’t make my mind up if this rumour is chinese whispers from the star wars legacy ania solo arc or is genuine and using that story line for inspersation.

    • October 3, 2014 at 10:12 pm

      It will star Ania Solo, a descendant of Han and Leia Organa Solo, and will take place in the aftermath of Star Wars: Legacy—War,[3] a comic miniseries which was set in the year 138 ABY.[8] As the series begins, Solo will be running a junkyard on a backwater, Outer Rim planet and living a life far removed from Emperors and royalty.[6] However, the first issue will see her come into possession of a lightsaber and an Imperial communications droid, and discover that she has been targeted for death,[3] thus being launched into an adventure unlike any she has seen before. The backwater world will serve as a microcosm for greater galactic affairs, and the story will eventually expand outward from it, showing the reader what’s happening in the highest levels of galactic government.[6]

      The first issue will open with a “giant lightsaber duel,”[9] and it will additionally feature the Imperial Knight Yalta Val—an agent of the Galactic Federation Triumvirate—running into trouble in the Outer Rim.

  • October 3, 2014 at 10:06 pm

    Making Star Wars has backed tracked on all of their “inside info”. They have now said Luke will not be a cyborg and Chewie will not have a fake hand. How long before they back off of the silly crystal rumor? What happened to the rumors that John was playing a disgraced stormtrooper or that he was being hunted? Those have all seemed to fade away.

    Again no one at this point knows. All of the “inside info” is crap.

  • October 9, 2014 at 4:30 am

    This is my creation for the name of the new Star Wars movie. If you like it, pass it around. Maybe it will catch on.

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