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J.J. Abrams, the director of the upcoming Star Wars: Episode VII film, may extend the release date of the highly-anticipated movie beyond 2015.
On Sunday, we reported that after buying Lucasfilm, Disney originally announced that the film would come to theaters in 2015.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Abrams won't commit to that date.
During the Producer’s Guild Awards on Saturday, Abrams told the The Huffington Post, “You know, obviously, it's so early. I can just say what I want to do: I want to do the fans proud. I want to make sure the story is something that touches people. And we're just getting started. I'm very excited."
In the meantime, sci-fi fans should check out Abrams’ other upcoming films such as Star Trek Into Darkness or Mission: Impossible 5.