There will be little to nothing to post.
Any social media whether tweets or facebook will probably be false leads from the studio. The modern day Blue Harvest.
A month in and we already have official information on the location shooting, pictures of the studio, pictures of the entire cast in a read-through, a picture of Chewie on-set from the CEO of Disney, a letter from the director, two videos from the director - one with the screenwriter - one from the set, and most likely a few bits that have slipped past me.
On the contrary, I feel like Abrams has gone out of his way to let people know what's happening. He also seems to be deliberate in helping fans, particularly of the OT, feel included and welcome.
Lucas went out of his way to shun the original fans, to the point of being deliberately hateful and disrespectful. Abrams appears to be trying to heal decades of Lucas' mental abuse.
This isn't even close to Blue Harvest.
Let's not confuse Lucas' treatment of OOT fans with the actual production of ROTJ.
Blue Harvest was an attempt to keep filming locations from being mobbed, keep the paparazzi away, and also to keep local merchants from price gouging. Imagine what they would charge for food and lodging, if someone let slip they were filming a Star Wars movie down the road! ;)
And the resourceful fans who found the Jabba's Barge set in Yuma were not chased away. The sight of Luke, dressed all in black, set off a wave of wild speculation that he was going to join up with dear old dad.
The original fan club sold Blue Harvest hats and t shirts for years afterward.
There was a live webcam that allowed glimpses of what was going down on the Episode III set. That was all archived on the official site for a time. It would be nice if they did something like that again.
I totally agree J.J. and company are rolling out the welcome mat, and what I've seen so far makes me feel pretty good about Star Wars. That hasn't happened in a long time.
Where were you in '77?