Roger Moore Knows More About Star Wars VII Than You

Posted: Sep 22 2014, 1:13pm CDT | by , in News | Latest Celebrity News


Roger Moore Knows more about Star Wars VII Than You
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Sir Roger Moore, the Bond actor with the most missions has visited the Star Wars VII set.

86-year-old actor Roger Moore has visited the Star Wars VII set. He revealed this in a BBC radio interview. He told the BBC interviewer that he was visiting his friend J.J. Abrams at a very closed and secret set.

He revealed that they were filming on the day he visited and that he saw something with lots of mountains and snow. He can't say more because he is assigned to secrecy. The interviewer than asked if he actually had to sign something. Roger Moore than said "Oh, erm... No." The point is that Roger Moore has been inside the holy grail for Star Wars fans. He saw what J.J. Abrams is cooking up for us. Of course he only got a glimpse. Via Star Wars 7 News.

Roger Moore also talked the Daniel Craig James Bond movies this week. He told Yahoo! Movies that the Daniel Craig James Bond movies do not need humor. There is just no time. Back in the day when Roger Moore was James Bond, the jokes have been essential. Roger Moore has 7 Bond movies under his belt.

Daniel Craig started to film Bond 24. I am already excited. Bond 24 will be in movie theaters in November of 2015.

By the way here is a Bond anniversary for you. Goldfinger is 50.

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