When something is reported by The Sun, you can probably count on it being bullshit, but nonetheless, the UK rag says that Florence Welch (of Florence + The Machine) "is being lined up for a leading role" in the movie. According to their "source," who is probably an intern in the copy department, they say “We think Florence has the exact style we are looking for....Florence is being considered for a major part that would turn her into an A-list actress overnight.” The tabloid also says Michael Jackson's kids want to audition too. Okay.
More believably, somewhat, the site Schmoes Know (yeah, us either) claim to have gotten their hands on the casting breakdown for the kid leads of "Star Wars: Episode 7." As you may know, rumors have been flying pretty heavily for a while that the offspring of Leia and Han will be part of the story of the upcoming "Star Wars" movies, and this suggests they'll be central. Here's what the supposed character descriptions are:
Storyline: Two 17 year old twins, a girl and a boy, are trained by their uncle Luke to be the greatest Jedi’s in the galaxy. Problems arise when the male twin turns to the dark side.
Jaina Solo – Female, 17 years old, lead. – Jacen’s twin sister, one of the greatest Jedi’s in the galaxy, trained by her uncle Luke Skywalker
Jacen Solo – Male, 17 years old, lead – Jaina’s twin brother, one of the greatest Jedi’s in the world. A loner who is constantly struggling with the idea of what’s right and what’s wrong. Starts to turn to the dark side. Full of conviction that what he is doing is the “right thing”. Will eventually become Darth Caedus.
It's intriguing, and with Luke training up the new Jedis, it makes us wonder about that Jedi Academy rumor that floated last fall (and was squashed at time time). However, as Collider notes, they've heard the same rumor about Han Solo's son being the lead, however they point out that a casting sheet would never put something like "will eventually become Darth Caedus" in a description, and also, this seems based on the book "Legacy of the Force" -- as far as we know, Michael Arndt is writing an original script.
So we'll leave you to speculate away, but remember, there was once a more innocent time...when large colas cost 49 cents at Burger Chef, and you cold walk away with a "Star Wars" movie poster along with that. Check out this pretty nostalgic, 1977 vintage ad courtesy of Space 1970.