Star Wars #DayOne Of STAR WARS: EPISODE VII Filming Is Underway! written by Sean Gerber May 15, 2014 And like that, with a simple “#dayone” Tweet from Bad Robot accompanied by an image of a marker, the next era of STAR WARS begins. STAR WARS: EPISODE VII is now filming. #DayOne Of STAR WARS: EPISODE VII Filming Is Underway! was last modified: February 20th, 2016 by Sean Gerber Related Star Wars: The Force Awakens 2 comments 0 Facebook Twitter Google + Pinterest Sean Gerber Sean Gerber is the founder and editor-in-chief of Modern Myth Media. When he's not writing here, you can catch him as the host of Popular Opinion Podcast, Batman News, and Marvel News! previous post CINDERELLA Teaser & Poster Unveiled next post New GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY Poster Today, Trailer + Q&A On Monday! You may also like See The Trailer For ROGUE ONE: A... April 7, 2016 MMM #227: STAR WARS: THE FORCE AWAKENS... November 28, 2014 ‘Star Wars: Episode VIII’ officially titled ‘The... January 23, 2017 Report: Felicity Jones In Talks For STAR... February 3, 2015 An Immersive Week In STAR WARS August 21, 2015 RUMOR: A Long Time Ago, in a... July 24, 2013 Be A Force For Change & Get... July 21, 2014 STAR WARS: THE FORCE AWAKENS International Trailer... November 6, 2015 STAR WARS: THE FORCE AWAKENS Character Names... December 11, 2014 Why I’m Wary of Overhype for STAR... October 22, 2015 GodlessCowboy Can you believe that we live in a world where Star Wars 7, Avengers 2 and Batman Vs. Superman are being filmed right now?!!! Never in a million years did I think this day would come to be! texvor I find it hard to get excited about Star Wars. The thing now is that were living in a different world when the original trilogy came out. Star Wars was the leader of the pack and set a bar for others to reach. The one thing about the Prequels to me was how it was outshone nearly at every turn by other films that was released in the same period. We have seen great fantasy genres realized on screen with more imagination put into their special effects and Superhero films that capture some of the adventure and the drama that was never present in the prequels. As well as some actual high concept Sci Fi films. And while JJ Abrams may be the man of the moment i wasn’t impressed with his Star Trek films to begin with. The sequel trilogy has to knock it out of the park now more than ever because the rest of hollywood has finally caught up with what Lucasfilm did years ago.