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Chancellor George Osborne announces the upcoming stand-alone 'Star Wars' movie will be shot in U.K. like 'Episode VII'.
Which of the three 'Star Wars' spin-offs that Disney and Lucasfilm had announced is still unknown.
The news comes from 'Metalocalypse' director Jon Schnepp who confirms that one of the 'Star Wars' standalone movies written by Kasdan will explore the origin story of Boba Fett.
During a panel at an investor conference, Disney's CFO calls the spin-offs 'origin story films' that will be inserted between the releases of the main J.J. Abrams trilogy.
The veteran screenwriter who penned the script for 'Episode V' and 'VI' dishes that the forthcoming spin-off movie will make fans 'feel that it's all new.'
The stand-alone films will reportedly follow Han Solo during his younger years and a bounty hunter adventure with Boba Fett 'at the center of a rogue's gallery of galactic scum.'
The standalone projects have tapped writers Lawrence Kasdan and Simon Kinberg, and will be released in between the upcoming 'Episode 7', '8' and '9' trilogy.
Rumor has it, the movie project that won't be related to the upcoming 'Star Wars' trilogy will focus on one of the wisest Jedi masters.
A representative for Snyder clarifies that the 'Man of Steel' helmer 'is not involved in any way with the new Star Wars' though the director is a 'huge fan' of the franchise.