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Saturday 20 December 2014

Star Wars VII to open early 2015?

JJ Abrams' Star Wars film could be set for release in the first half of 2015
JJ Abrams' Star Wars film could be set for release in the first half of 2015

Star Wars Episode VII looks set to be released in cinemas in the spring or summer of 2015.

Fan site Jedi News has posted a photo of a page from a Disney brochure at the European Brand Licensing Show which details a time line of Star Wars-related projects, including "Episode VII theatrical release" listed under spring/summer 2015.

Also in the brochure was "Darth Vader themed TV specials" listed under spring/summer 2014 and although no further details were released, there is speculation the TV specials could look at the earlier part of his life.

According to the shared photo of the page, fans can look forward to a "Classic Lego games mobile release" next spring or summer too, and a digital library is scheduled to be launched in autumn or winter next year.

More information in the brochure suggests there will be Star Wars crossover projects coming up with Angry Birds and Phineas And Ferb, as well as a Jedi training academy opening at Disney parks.

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