Sunday, June 1, 2014

Report: Episode VII Finished Filming in Abu Dhabi

By: Dominic Jones

It seems JJ Abrams and the Star Wars Episode VII team's time in Abu Dhabi is done.  Social media posts from the cast and crew seem to indicate that everyone is back in London, where the majority of the production will take place at Pinewood Studios.  The first indication comes from a recent tweet from JJ Abram's production company Bad Robot, which included a picture of Abrams, producer Kathleen Kennedy, and other members of the Bad Robot team in London, with the hashtag "#RobotsInLondon".
The second indication comes from John Boyega on Instagram, who posted a picture of himself and his co-star Daisy Ridley at a performance of Star Trek Live at St Albert's Hall in London.

This all seems to indicate that the production has shifted to Pinewood Studios in London (unless for some weird reason the cast and crew have been given a lengthy break in the middle of a location shoot, which seems highly unlikely).  There is still a strong possibility of more location shoots elsewhere in the world (we've heard everywhere from Iceland to New Mexico), but for now, it appears, the production is at home in London.
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