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Domhnall Gleeson on Episode VII’s NDA: “You are allowed to say you’re excited to be in the movie”

DomhnallDomhnall Gleeson talks about why he can’t say that much about Episode VII on Huffpost Live. He’s promoting his new movie, Frank, but Star Wars first comes up at about 8:11, and begins earnestly at 9:51, where he discusses the non-disclosure agreement. He does also say he got the part the day before the table read. (via)

Meanwhile, he’s also on Coming Soon, talking about the film’s secrecy:

When you walk from your trailer to the set – you’re in Pinewood Studios – you have to put on a big, black cloak thing to cover all of your clothes, like full length, ’cause they’re worried about people seeing costumes and stuff. It’s crazy.

Also note: Still ginger. Still (kinda) bearded. #Beardwatch continues!

Today in Episode VII: Peter Mayhew praises film

star-wars-episode-7-cast-announce2Peter Mayhew talked a bit about Episode VII at a recent con, saying it “will be the best Star Wars film I will have seen” and about the day of the table read.

One man’s encounter with Mark Hamill at London’s Heathrow Airport. BEARD!

→ And in other 2015 films, behind Zack Snyder’s latest Star Wars mashup.

Today in Episode VII: What’s up with Hamill’s beard again? Who has the Falcon?

rumors-swirl-hamillhands→ Rumors: It’s Friday and Da7e at Latino Review is speculating his heart out, with the addition of some possible spoilers regarding Mark Hamill’s beard and who actually has the Millennium Falcon.

→ Meanwhile, Mark Hamill and family were in Liverpool checking out some Beatles stuff.

→ Elsewhere, Daisy Ridley has been cut from The Inbetweeners 2, per Yahoo Movies.

Today in Episode VII: Another actor on Skellig Michael

→ Today word comes that [redacted] isn’t the only actor filming scenes on Ireland’s Skellig Michael. [Redacted] is there as well, per The Movie Bit – just as some suspected due to the fuzzy paparazzi pics the other day. This is supposedly the third and last day of filming on the island. Making Star Wars has a buddy in the area.

Rumors!→ Meanwhile, some WWE guy, Sheamus O’Shaunessy, is apparently also hanging out in Ireland and double negativing over Darth Vader. Okay then. (Also, if we must take this seriously, well, I’ll just leave this over here.)

→ Not Episode VII, but close enough: Spin-off screenwriter Gary Whitta is totally down with writing a Star Wars novel.

→ And even more tangentially, sequel actors Oscar Isaac and Domhnall Gleeson have nabbed some more high profile gigs.