Earlier this week J.J. Abrams, director of The Force Awakens, attended the premiere of Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation, of which he is a producer on. While on the red carpet MTV's Josh Horowitz caught up with Abrams and talked some Star Wars. Instead of trying to pry J.J. for details about Episode VII that he obviously can't say, Horowitz took a more humorous approach. He presented Abrams with a series of questions, ranging from inquiries about if "May the Force be with you" will be said in the film, to if it will be in continuity with the infamous Star Wars Holiday special. You can watch the full exchange below:
Through it all the only confirmation we get is that The Force Awakens will be between an hour and a half an four hours in length and Midi-chlorians will not be mentioned, unsurprisingly. But what it lacked in facts it made up for in laughs. Kudos to Josh and MTV for getting creative!
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