It looks like the highly-anticipated new "Star Wars" film is still having trouble getting into hyperdrive.
According to "The Hollywood Reporter," Disney CEO Robert Iger is insisting "Episode Seven" will hit the theaters in 2015.
But sources say producer Kathleen Kennedy and most of the film's creative team wanted to push the release back to 2016.
Putting "Star Wars: Episode Seven" in theaters in the summer of 2015 is supposedly part of Iger's plan to release all of the new trilogy over a six-year period.
There will also be at least two spin-offs interspersed between "Episodes Seven," "Eight," and "Nine."
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