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A few short new scenes- interesting seeing Han give Rey a lightsaber!



Thanks to Lori @ Daisy Ridley Source for her contributions!

 

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Let’s say you fired a beam of light into the sky at the exact moment J.J. Abrams said yes to directing the launch of a new Star Wars trilogy. As of right now, it would still be traveling through the vast emptiness of space, more than a year from the nearest star to our own.

 

When you think about it that way, the makers of The Force Awakens were moving a lot faster than lightspeed.

 

In that same three-year period, Abrams and his cast and crew ventured through unfathomable timespace to an entirely different galaxy – and back again. They bring with them the start of a new saga that pretty much our entire pop-culture- consuming planet is awaiting.

 

The good news: It’s almost here. The bad news? As Yoda says, “Patience you must have.”

 
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The ‘Star Wars’ actor has had harsh words for the smuggler, but they’re closer than you think

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Planes roar into the air from Santa Monica Airport as the early-morning sun blasts off the tarmac. Behind a private hangar door that’s slightly ajar, Harrison Ford breaks into a familiar crooked smile as he walks between a long-range, green-and-white Cessna Citation jet and a Bell Helicopter.

 

That famous scar on his chin now has a much larger rival cutting across the right side of his forehead, and he’s limping slightly. Both injuries came from the crash landing Ford survived last March when his World War II-era training fighter ­suffered engine failure and fell out of the sky.

 

“I’ve been flying for 20 years, and it was a very rare thing to happen,” he says. “It was a mechanical issue. No fault of the maintenance or anybody else.” He shrugs. It didn’t keep him grounded long. “I got back in the heli­copter first, because my foot was still in the cast, my toes were hanging out. It was the easiest aircraft to get into [that I’d still] be capable, and safe, to fly.”

 

How did it feel to lift off again? “Fun,” Ford says, flashing his eyebrows like you-know-who. “Fun.”

 

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Some new footage but sadly, no new scenes of Harrison. But there is a new poster!

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Here’s some other screencaps I’ve added to the gallery in the last couple of weeks:
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“We’re not doing the Bond thing where we’re going to call somebody else Indiana Jones,” says producer Frank Marshal.

If anyone knows what Disney is planning to do with the Indiana Jones rights gained by the Mouse House in the same deal that nabbed them Star Wars back in 2012, it’d be Frank Marshall. He’s worked as a producer or executive producer of every Indy movie to date, and is slated to return for the next one.

 

Looking for some clarity on rumours that have circulated for months, then, Total Film asked Marshall directly if Chris Pratt (who worked with Marshall on Jurassic World) could take up the mantle of Indiana Jones for the new film.

 

“There are a lot of rumours,” Marshall admitted. “We haven’t even sat down to talk about Indy yet… at some point we’ll sit down. But there’s a bunch of people who could probably take the baton.”

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