Harrison Ford gave the Star Wars loving fans a big scare back in June when he broke his leg on the set of Star Wars Episode VII. Never fear though, because production on the film has resumed and everything is back on track for what is probably the most highly anticipated sequel of all time.
Ford had to undergo surgery on his leg which forced a two-week halt in production earlier in August, but according to recent reports filming has started up again in the U.K. where director J.J. Abrams and the rest of the crew are working.
The film was originally scheduled to come out May of 2015 but rewrites and other factors led to Disney opting to push the film back to a December 18 2015 release. Rumor has it that Fords injury had Abrams and producer Kathleen Kennedy asking Disney to push back the release even further, but that was a no go and as of now, the current release date stands.
Aside from the core cast there is very little known about the actual plot and other such details about Star Wars Episode VII. All we really know is that the film will be taking place roughly 30 years after the events that occurred in Return Of The Jedi.
Star Wars Episode VII stars Harrison Ford, Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher, Andy Serkis, Oscar Issac, Adam Driver, Gwendoline Christie and Lupita Nyong’o.
Stay tuned for more details.