'Star Wars Episode 7: The Force Awakens': Anthony Daniels says no sequel is better than 'The Empire Strikes Back'; Carrie Fisher's daughter, Billie Lourd to play younger Princess Leia?
The highly anticipated sequel to the "Star Wars" franchise is getting a lot of buzz even though fans and followers still need to wait a year for the movie. "The Force Awakens" isthe seventh installment of the beloved space opera masterpiece from creator, George Lucas, and is set to be released on December 2015.
According to KDrama Stars, rumors have circulated that the next installment that is supposed to be shown in 2015, and is one to beat "The Empire Strikes Back". Anthony Daniels (who played C-3PO) even took to Twiiter with and stated, "'No movie sequel is better than The Empire Strikes Back.' You might eat those words for Xmas dinner in 2015. Joy & Indigestion to the world!"
The film production of "The Force Awakens" has slowly but surely been on its way. And although a lot of information has remained hush-hush, more and more intriguing gossip has circulated surrounding the story and plot that can happen.
Meanwhile, it looks like Carrie Fisher is also set to take part in "The Force Awakens" project - but in a whole different light. Her daughter Billie Lourd is rumored to be playing a role she made popular - Princess Leia. Lourd is rumored to be in some scenes that require the story to flash back to the time when the princess was still young.
News from Yahoo Movies says that Lourd's grandmother, veteran performer Debbie Reynolds, was the one who officially confirmed the long rumor during her Las Vegas appearance at The South Point Casino where she appeared with Billie on stage.
Recent news from Headlines & Global News has revealed that John Williams, famed for the musical scores from the previous "Star Wars" movies, has already created music that will be accompanying the new movie installment. Some of the most remarkable scores that Williams created for the original movies include "Princess Leia's Theme", "Force Theme", and the "Imperial March".