Poor Taylor Swift, those hackers gonna hack, hack hack...
Well, not viciously, but still! Total violation of privacy!
Which is totally strange to anyone who follows her account already!
The tweets said:
Star Wars fans, meet Pip Andersen and Crystal Clarke. Pip Andersen and Crystal Clarke, meet Star Wars fans!
Pip and Crystal joined the cast of Episode VII and we're about as excited as if the First and Second Death Star just blew up at the same time!
Apparently, out of the 37,000 who attended the open calls across 11 cities, and the 30,000 who submitted online, this pair has made it into the cast! The shot might not be as slim as one-in-a-million like Luke's shot into a thermal exhaust port, but those odds were not in their favor!
Then again, we bet these two said, "never tell me the odds," before completely owning their auditions!
Speaking of Han Solo quotes, Harrison Ford is apparently on the mend according the Star Wars official site, and production will only stop for 2 weeks as he gets better:
So far we've only heard about Harrison Ford's injury, but seeing it makes it too real- and too sad!
The Star Wars star was spotted on Saturday for the first time since breaking his leg on set.
If you look closely, you can see the wheelchair-bound actor's broken left ankle is completely covered in a large plaster cast.
He was hardly flying Solo as a whole team helped the 71-year-old star to the airport.
Harrison is returning to the United States to recuperate for a couple months while filming on Episode VII continues in his absence.
We hope with the best medicine Disney's money can buy, he'll be back on his feet before we know it!
They shouldn't call this movie Expendables 3.
With a super-sized cast of hot, ripped actors of all ages that include Sylvester Stallone, Jason Statham, Wesley Snipes, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Terry Crews, Harrison Ford, Kellan Lutz, Mel Gibson, and Antonio Banderas, they should call this Expendables 300!
Ch-ch-check out the video (above) to see the action and ab-packed first trailer!
Harrison injured his leg while filming Star Wars Episode VII, and now a source from the set is confirming - the ankle IS broken.
Though the injury is not expected to delay Star Wars beyond its December 2015 release date, filming will have to go on without Harrison.
How long will the Indiana Jones star need? Sources say EIGHT WEEKS.
Two months off your feet is a pretty serious injury indeed. Good thing Harrison is so tough. After getting shot in the face at the BEGINNING of Regarding Henry, this is nothing!
Srsly though, here's wishing him a speedy recovery!
[Image via Pacific Coast News.]