It's not entirely unexpected news, but it's still a major confirmation from Disney today at CinemaCon that Star Wars: Episode VII is still on target for a 2015 theatrical release, and that said release will occur during the summer. Not only that but the studio says we'll be seeing Star Wars movies in theaters every summer beginning with Episode VII, with them alternating between stand-alone movies and "Episodes" attached to an existing trilogy.
As far as what those stand-alone movies will be about (Yoda? Young Han Solo? Boba Fett?), we still don't know. Also there were no casting confirmations or story details dished out, though we should expect to hear more on that front later this summer, perhaps during Comic-Con or Disney's D23 convention.
But new Star Wars movies every summer beginning in 2015! Are we excited about this, or do you feel like this might be Star Wars overload?
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[via Coming Soon]