Star Wars
Filming for Star Wars: Episode VII has officially wrapped

Looks like filming for Star Wars Episode 7 is officially complete. Makers of the upcoming film recently shared a note with the film's cast and crew thanking them for their involvement.

"The message has been going viral since Friday when Twitter user James Rose posted it on his social media page. It's a photo of a note written by director J.J. Abrams, Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy and producer Bryan Burk where they express their gratitude to everyone involved," states an Enstarz report.

Notice the part in the message where some of the film's locations are mentioned; "We already knew about Pinewood studios and Abu Dhabi, but England's Forest of Dean is a shiny new locale that was never officially confirmed by producers," states a CinemaBlend report.

Previously, the enchanting setting has been used as a backdrop for Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows, Doctor Who, Primeval and Outlaw. It's also said to have been the inspiration for JRR Tolkien's enchanted woodlands in Lord Of The Rings.

"Could the historic woodland have been used for Ewoks' planet, Endor, or even Yoda's home away from home?" speculates the report.

Star Wars Episode 7 will be released on 18<sup>th December, 2015.