J.J. Abrams says ‘Star Wars Episode VII’ script done, confirms Jesse Plemons talks
J.J. Abrams says the script for “Star Wars Episode VII” is complete, and confirms that he’s talked with “Breaking Bad” actor Jesse Plemons about a role.
“We’re working really hard and we’ve got our script and we’re in deep prep,” he told TheWrap. “Full steam ahead, y’know.”
Abrams spoke Sunday at the Television Critics Association summer press tour, where he’s promoting his new NBC series, “Believe.” He confirmed that Plemons is among the actors he’s speaking with, and expressed surprise about the reporters of his talks with the actor.
TheWrap asked him about the craziest “Episode VII” rumors he’s heard.
“There’ve been so many of them,” he said. “It’s amazing to see how many there are. … But it’s sweet because it shows that there’s an interest in this movie that we all obviously know is there. But it is an incredible thing to see how many incredible things get thrown out that people then write commentaries about. How happy they are, how disappointed they are about something that is completely false. It’s a lot of noise, frankly.