John Noble To Play Enemy Force In JJ. Abrams-Directed STAR WARS VII Movie?

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John Noble has been to the Fringe, but will he be a force in JJ. Abrams upcoming Star Wars Episode 7 movie?

[Via Seriable.com]

Rumor  has it that the Aussie actor is set to play the villain in the upcoming JJ. Abrams-directed Star Wars Episode VII.

According to the host of Melbourne radio show FM, Noble will play the main antagonist in the ongoing Star Wars saga (not the standalone movies):

“[I have] it on very [strong] authority that Australian actor John Noble will be appearing as the villain.”

Noble’s existing working relationship with JJ. Abrams’ production company Bad Robot and his ability to play heroes and villains, of which he has plenty of experience playing the various sides of Dr. Walter Bishop on the recently-concluded Fringe, would make him a solid choice in our opinion. Of course, it depends on the story and many other factors, but Abrams is known for keeping it in the family where possible, and as a rumor it’s an interesting one.

Still, this is only a rumor at this point as LuscasFilm and Disney have yet to confirm/deny.

Star Wars Episode VII hits theaters in 2015.

HT: Trent F.

Comments

  1. says

    I posted this exact thing over at seriable and im going to do it here

    OMG PART 1 OF MY DREAM FOR STAR WARS WILL COME TRUE IF THIS IS TRUE!!!! OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG I AM FREAKING OUT SO HARD RIGHT NOW OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG

    BTW. PART 2 IS THAT ANNA TORV IS CAST OFMG DOUBLE FREAK OUT TIME

    PLEASE BE TRUE

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  2. SissySiri says

    Holy Cow, so to speak. That would be awesome! OMG I am so happy about this. If this is true, then I would say in the entertainment venue this is epic.

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