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Thursday
Aug292013

Spoilerific Casting Rumors For 'Star Wars: Episode VII'

Alright, we have another hot set of rumors for you, folks.  This time, it's about casting decisions (as well as the characters who the actors allegedly play).  Rumors like this are nothing new.  For example, Matthew Vaughn has said that he was planning on giving child actress Chloe Moretz a starring role when he was being considered to direct.  There's all kinds of speculation you could draw from that, and the new rumors seem to be a natural conclusion to what little we know.

Here's the rumor itself: Two actors considered for the film are Alex Pettyfer and Rachel Hurd-Wood.  Don't know who they are? There's no shame in that, neither are very huge.  Pettyfer had prominent roles in I Am Number Four, In Time, and Magic Mike.

Rachel Hurd-Wood is best known as playing Wendy in 2003's Peter Pan, and Laura in Perfume: The Story of a Murderer.

Who are they supposedly playing?  Luke Skywalker's Son and Princess Leia's Daughter, respectfully.  That certainly fits in with what little we've heard so far.  What do you guys think?

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They'll make lousy Batmans. It'll be a disaster.

Friday, August 30, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterJ.Bradley

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