New alleged “Star Wars: Episode VII” plot spoilers may have leaked, indicating that cast newcomers are set to play villains in the upcoming film.
[Warning: the rest of this article contains possible spoilers!]
Making Star Wars reports an inside source close to the production claimed to know information regarding Luke Skywalker’s storyline, what the X-Wing is linked to, where the Sith Home planet is, along with more details about Daisy Ridley and more.
According to the source, Ridley's character has four codenames in the film: Kira, Kera, Sera and Fawn. Unfortunately, it remains unclear what her connection is to the original cast members. However, the source told Marking Star Wars Luke Skywalker has definitely been missing for 10 years, not the reported 35 years.
Check out more of the rumored information about the “Star Wars” production below. “Star Wars: Episode VII” will be released to theaters on Dec. 18, 2015.
The Making Star Wars’ source commented on the X-Wing photos:
“The recent x-wing pictures with the extras in them – these are the same soldiers that were flanking Leia in the production sketch I reported where she was in the middle of several Hutts. They still look to me like Naboo guards or pilots as I stated before. Their head-gear is slightly different to the sketch I saw but otherwise it’s the same costumes.”
More on Adam Driver and the Dooku connection rumors:
“And the recent Adam Driver rumor - Benedict Cumberbatch, Gwendoline Christie, the Count Dooku connection and now the Driver rumors. These are all based on that central idea of an aristocratic family ‘line’ involving 'Episode 7’s' bad guys. And as I said before, I firmly believe it's the line of Dooku. Details and characters might have changed, but the idea of an aristocratic villain with a heritage going back to the Clone Wars has been there from pre-production, and as far as I know it’s still a major part of the story.”
The source named the alleged Sith home planet:
“Moraband – The Sith homeworld is in the movie. It’s been there throughout production with various names attached to it. I had it confirmed to me by someone working in England that there are sets for the ‘Sith world’.”