Since the announcement of the “Star Wars” trilogy in October 2012, the fate of Luke Skywalker was a topic of heated debate among the space opera fans. However, the cape that is shown in the latest Luke Skywalker photo could also mean that the character simply lost his way or have become evil.
Straight from Disney’s D23 Expo comes the moment fans across the galaxy have been waiting for, an official Star Wars: The Force Awakens poster by artist Drew Struzan!
Amrita Pandey, vice president and head (Marketing and Distribution), Studios, Disney India, says light sabers and the iconic characters, which are so entrenched in popular culture globally, have a deep connect with India given the “eternal “Good versus Evil” – the bedrock of our storytelling”.
“Star Wars: The Force Awakens” opens in theaters on December 18, 2015. Now, what that exact project is, we still don’t know, but here’s how this big ball of speculation started rolling.
There’s bound to be more Star Wars news, or leaks, but for now keep counting down until December 18.
Lucas is the first real-world figure to be added to the Star Wars emoji collection. Other than Han Solo, several other characters are known to be making a comeback to the screen, and it’s shaping up to be a somewhat nostalgic installment for some of the older fans who’ve grown up with the franchise in their earlier years. What’s unclear is how noble their intentions are, but moral ambiguity could certainly help darken the “Star Wars” universe.
Potential spoilers ahead for Star Wars: The Force Awakens! “Gareth is such an innovative director and I’m so excited to be working with him and the extraordinary ensemble cast he’s selected for Rogue One”.
Veteran ILM visual effects supervisor John Knoll, who shares a long history with the Star Wars movies, dating back to the mid-1990s, originated the idea for the movie.