Could the Death Star be a part of the seventh ‘Star Wars’ movie?
That is a question that most people are asking right now and its all thanks to some new tantalizing clues from the films director J.J. Abrams.
In a hand-written note tweeted out via the @Bad_Robot Twitter account, the Star Wars: Episode VII director shared his thoughts on the announcement of the Apple Watch – but take a look at the reflected image in the background. It looks very, very similar to some of the interior from the original Deathstar as seen in ‘A New Hope’.
— Bad Robot (@bad_robot) September 9, 2014
The tweet seems to be Abrams suggesting that we could see some version of the iconic space station, which prompted the famous line “That’s no Moon!” (or at least something, which is based on the interior design of the Death Star.)
If indeed this does turn out to be the Death Star it would not be the first iconic spacecraft from the original trilogy to be included in ‘Star Wars: Episode VII.’
Thus far we have seen photographs pop up on the web of The Millennium Falcon and a vintage X Wing Fighter. Lets hope that the Falcon remains as temperamental as ever for whoever is piloting it.
Star Wars: Episode VII, which features original cast members Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher and Harrison Ford, will be released in December 2015.