Director J.J. Abramsí Star Wars: Episode VII is expected to revolve around a new generation of heroes, villains and those who fall somewhere in between on the moral scale (bounty hunters, mercenaries, etc.)
Lucas himself dropped the ball earlier this year, when he let slip that Carrie Fisher, Mark Hamill and Harrison Ford are in final negotiations to reprise their iconic Star Wars roles for Episode VII. We've since received additional confirmation that Fisher and Hamill are getting into the desired physical condition so they're better able to keep up and play in the western-in-space sandbox designed by Lucas, once again.
Yet, Ford recently claimed on Graham Nortonís show (via Metro) that heís "not quite made the choice" as to whether or not he too will appear in Episode VII. Interestingly, the actor went on to reiterate a sentiment that he expressed just a couple months ago Ė concerning how heís perfectly willing to reprise as Indiana Jones in a fifth movie - having also revealed just this past week that heís discussed his return as Rick Deckard in the Blade Runner sequel that director Ridley Scott is developing. (Translation: Ford isn't against taking a trip down nostalgia lane, so long as he feels itís constructive.)
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