Saturday, August 29, 2015

Report: Leaked Video From 'The Force Awakens' Set Revealed (Updated!)

By: Benjamin Hart

Update: Unfortunately the video has been removed. We will update if and when another version appears online. In the meantime, you can seen screenshots from the footage on via the link below.

Update #2: Replica Prop Forum has posted another version of the footage, which you can view here!

Original Story:

For well more than a year now we have gotten countless leaks from the production of Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens. Set photos, concept art, plot points & more have surfaced in the past, but today a new leaker has taken it a step further and released a video shot on the set of The Force Awakens. Our buds at Making Star Wars acquired the footage from a YouTube video, which has since been taken down. While very shaky, the video is clearly shot in Abu Dhabi as the crew films a scene set on Jakku. It mostly shows extras in various costumes underneath tents and Stormtroopers running by firing their Blasters, but at 00:32 in the video we get a brief glimpse at John Boyega(Finn) and Daisy Ridley(Rey) as the run by amidst the filming of a scene, which may or may not be the one pictured above.

View screenshots here!

Making Star Wars adds that they heard some dialogue in that moment and believe Daisy and John may be using their native British accents in the film. Their voices could still be dubbed over in the final film though. According to MSW, the dialogue is as follows:

Rey: "Let go of me!"
Finn: "We gotta move!"

Source: Making Star Wars

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