First Concept Art of the Millennium Falcon in Star Wars: Episode VII?S

We still know almost nothing about the first live-action Star Wars movie in a decade, but now we may have gotten a glimpse at one of the movie's big special-effects sequences. A redesigned Lucasfilm website includes a photo of a production meeting, where you can glimpse some concept art.

Here's the picture that appeared on the Lucasfilm site, of a production meeting featuring J.J. Abrams, Kathleen Kennedy, production designer Rick Carter, SVP of technology Kim Libreri, SVP of Physical Production Jason McGatlin and Senior Visual Effects Supervisor John Knoll:

First Concept Art of the Millennium Falcon in Star Wars: Episode VII?S

And behind them, you can glimpse a wall of concept art:

First Concept Art of the Millennium Falcon in Star Wars: Episode VII?

As Slashfilm says, the image at bottom left appears to be the Millennium Falcon flying to a planet. The image at bottom right looks like a desolate planet, maybe Geonosis or a deserted part of Tatooine. The upper image appears to have Alec Guinness' Obi-Wan Kenobi (at far right), but the rest is too blurry to make out.

Of course, this could just be images from old movies or reference art, but this does appear to be a production meeting for Episode VII. [Jedi News via Slashfilm]