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Star Wars 7 Adds Peter Mayhew To Its Cast! Chewbacca Is Back! AGGGGCCCHHHH!

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Yes, it's official! Disney is letting the Wookie win!

Looks like everyone's favorite citizen of Kashyyyk will be making an appearance in the upcoming Star Wars: Episode VII, as sources say that Peter Mayhew has been added to the cast!

First we hear casting is almost complete, and now we have the excellent news that Han Solo's trusted co-pilot, co-smuggler, and overall fuzz ball, Chewbacca, is in it, and Peter will be reprising the role himself.

Congrats, Peter! We can't wait to see you up on the big screen again!

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4 comments to “Star Wars 7 Adds Peter Mayhew To Its Cast! Chewbacca Is Back! AGGGGCCCHHHH!”



  1. 1

    No thanks, am boycotting sequels, prequels and remakes of movies, the vast majority were bombs the first time around.

  2. MB says – reply to this


    2

    First of all, duh? Duh? Second of all, I don't really care that much….

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    Star Wars, the Original Trilogy hit me at a good age, perfect age 3-8 and the thing about it is that visually, from a movie standpoint, it was unlike anything before or for a long time after.

    There's nostalgia for the OT for me, but I think you need to be a kid to fully appreciate them as they come these days. The Prequels just destroyed all hope for me for not only Star Wars, but Indiana Jones (and I realized only maybe a year ago that the Crystal Skull was pretty good)

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    The OT had a good story, except for much of Return of the Jedi, which probably didn't have much of a chance of standing up next to Empire and IMO could've been a better cap off to the Star Wars Trilogy. It had it's moments, but not good enough.