With filming for Star Wars Episode VII officially scheduled for this May, it seems Lucasfilm is hard at work priming Pinewood Studios to host the production of the next chapter in the Star Wars saga. Our friends at Jedi News caught wind of a tweet by Journalist, and frequent Episode VII hint dropper, Ali Arikan, who gave some interesting details about what's happening at the UK studio:
A friend was at Pinewood yesterday. SW production has moved in. JJ Abrams is there. All LFL windows have been covered with reflective glass.
— Ali Arikan (@aliarikan) March 29, 2014
Interestingly enough, the idea of windows being covered at Pinewood sounds very similar to J.J Abrams' claims earlier this year about his staff covering the windows of his office with black paper while he was working on the Episode VII script. So needless to say, they are taking secrecy very seriously with Episode VII, and that's a good thing. As frustrating as it may be to some, the less we know about this film, the more we'll end up enjoying it in theaters come December 18th, 2015.
As always, nothing official until Lucasfilm says so!
Via: Jedi News, Making Star Wars