I don't envy the position that Kathleen Kennedy is in -- she probably spends her day in a Faraday cage surrounded by body guards, lest some precious tidbit about Star Wars: Episode VII reach the internet. Seriously, she's got to be knee deep in mouthbreathing stalkers who just want to know if they're going to see four nanoseconds of Boba Fett. But, at least in formal interviews, she could throw us a tiny bone?
Nope; she's got her lips sealed tighter than a Gungan's butthole (They live under water? Get it?). Which is why it's not shocking that she said absolutely nothing of consequence this weekend at Star Wars Celebration Europe -- that continent's nerdiest event since the last Rush tour. In an interview with forever-Willow Warwick Davis, she said, among other useless things:
We're going to find some very cool locations that we're going to use in support of Episode VII. And I think we're probably going to end up using every single tool in the toolbox to create the look of these movies.
Which is basically like saying, 'Hey guys, we're making a movie and we're using things and places to make that movie. Can I go now?'
So, yeah, and if a hutt had wings it wouldn't drag its tail when it slithered. Thanks for nothing.