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Slated for release Dec. 18 of next year, Star Wars: Episode VII is quite possibly one of the most anticipated events in recent nerd culture. Since the installment was announced to be in the works, questions swirled from all around: Who will be directing? Will any of the original cast make a return? How far in the future is this episode? It seems as though some of the final questions were answered when the official Star Wars website announced the casting for the new movie:
The final 13 episodes of the canceled Clone Wars series will be dubbed “The Lost Missions” and will appear exclusively on Netflix starting March 7, Disney and ABC Television announced Thursday.
The Hollywood Reporter’s Heat Vision has what purports to be a major scoop about the next Star Wars movie, with sources saying the writer shakeup last year that resulted in Oscar-winner Michael Arndt’s departure being chalked up to a desire to focus on new characters rather than the Original Trilogy triumvirate of Luke, Han and Leia.
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