‘Star Wars: Episode VII’ To Be Titled ‘The Ancient Fear’ | Film News
Media reports have suggested that Star Wars: Episode VII will be called The Ancient Fear. It is rumoured that the title is a reference the character played by Max von Sydow who is the film’s villain. Media outlets have reported that a close source to staff working on the film’s production confirmed the information.
However, Disney officials have not confirmed whether this is true or not. Star Wars films often leave the official title a secret until the last moment, meaning fans have become used to speculation on the films’ possible titles. The film will be released in UK cinemas on December 18, 2015.
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