‘Star Wars: Episode VII’ Will Be Shot By ‘Star Trek’ Cinematographer Dan Mindel

English: Opening logo to the Star Wars films

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This is probably not the “Star Wars” news fans are looking for, but J.J. Abrams has hired Dan Mindel to be the cinematographer on “Episode VII.” Mindel has previously worked with Abrams on the two “Star Trek” films and “Mission: Impossible III.” He’s also shot films for Tony Scott, Andrew Stanton and Oliver Stone.

Mindel’s hire, which was first reported by Boba Fett Fan Club after being announced during an American Society of Cinematographers event, comes with a twist: Abrams plans to shoot “Star Wars: Episode VII” on 35mm film, a change from “Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones” and “Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith,” both of which were shot on digital formats.

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