Initially, there was concern that the 72-year-old actor’s surgery would delay the production, which had already struggled to finalize a release date. However, the feisty veteran proved everyone wrong and was walking again in a short period of time. On Saturday, this by Star Wars Episode VII concept designer Will Htay revealed that the production had completed filming and there would be a get-together to celebrate.
Additionally, a “Thank You” note, sent by Abrams and Lucasfilm President Kathleen Kennedy to Star Wars Episode VII cast and crew after filming was complete, reveals that the famous was used by Abrams as one of the locations for the epic movie. The famous site has been used as a setting for very famous movies and TV series, including Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.
I’m not sure if that exactly lines up with the recent Star Wars Episode VII villain rumors, that the villains in the new film would be the Inquisitors, (the group which supposedly kidnapped Luke Skywalker and have held the Jedi captive: