'Star Wars: Episode VII' to Resume Filming This Month Following Ford Injury

PHOTO: Harrison Ford out in London having dinner with friends at a local restaurant, June 29, 2014.PlayVantagenews/AKM-GSI
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"Star Wars: Episode VII" will resume filming later in August, according to the Hollywood Reporter.

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The movie was on hold for a few weeks after star Harrison Ford was injured in June, which resulted in the actor walking around with a cane for the past few months.

Ford, 72, who stars once again as the iconic Han Solo, broke his left leg after a door crashed down on it. He had successful surgery following the accident.

At the time of his injury, the Hollywood Reporter said that Ford was injured by the door of the Millennium Falcon, his character's ship from the original movies.

"Star Wars: Episode VII" is set for release in December 2015.