"Transformers: Age of Extinction" and "What Richard Did" star Jack Reynor has reportedly landed an unspecified role in J.J. Abrams' upcoming "Star Wars: Episode VII".
AICN broke the news, Reynor being the latest name of many linked to the project. As per usual, there's no confirmation of any kind to casting as yet from LucasFilm even though it has been underway for months now.
With production scheduled to run from May to September, an official release confirming who will be starring in the movie is expected to hit in coming weeks.
Den of Geek adds that model makers are being recruited on up to seven year contracts, contracts said to cover three sequels and three spin-offs.
The same report also indicates that Pinewood Studios' planning office lists which stages are booked in advance and on that listing to go into production before year's end? "Indiana Jones 5."
They add: "work on that has been mooted as a possible job as part of those long-term contracts. It's very much being described as a 'possible lead in to another Indy', but nothing more than that... Just because space has been booked well in advance doesn't mean that the film will happen of course."