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Sunday, 18 March 2018

Star Wars: Episode IX Begins Filming This July


John Boyega is currently out and about doing press for the upcoming Pacific Rim Uprising, and has of course been asked for information surrounding Star Wars: Episode IX.

While he's not giving anything away about the film's plot, the actor did confirm when cameras will finally begin to roll on the highly anticipated J.J. Abrams Sci-Fi sequel. And it's soon.

Speaking to Digital Spy, Boyega said: "I don’t know a thing, but I know I start filming in July. They’re prepping and planning. J.J. has a script, but I just haven’t read it yet. You have to go to a room where the script is… I can’t lie, sometimes you get to bring it back home."

This start date makes a lot of sense given that the film's release date was pushed back from May to December of 2019. That and the unavoidable delay that would've come as a result of Lucasfilm having to find a replacement director to take over for Colin Trevorrow.

Still, it's nice to know when things are slated to get underway!

Star Wars: Episode IX hits theatres in December 2019.

Source: Digital Spy

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