Last month Star Wars: Episode VII officially went into production in the Abu Dhabi desert and director J.J. Abrams has been hard at work bringing to life the next chapter in the Star Wars Saga. The production has since moved to Pinewood Studios in London where it will finish up the rest of the filming.
TMZ managed to get over 40 photos from the Abu Dhabi set which includes some close-up shots of some extras, costumes, props, sets, and even new creatures. They definitely contain SPOILERS.
The source for the site says that the photos show off the "junkyards and shanty towns of Tatooine," which as you know is Luke Skywalker's home world. The TMZ source also reports that one of the crazy looking practical creatures built, which is shown in one of the photos, required five individuals inside of its belly to operate it.
We won't post the photos here, because posting set photos like this is a tricky thing on the Internet these days. I don't think that Abrams is very happy about them leaking out either. So if you want to see the photos click here.
Star Wars: Episode VII opens December 18, 2015.
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