Star Wars Shows Off C-3PO’s Red Arm In New The Force Awakens Commercial

31 Oct 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Behind the scenes at Lucasfilm’s Skywalker Sound.

This photo was tweeted out at Cinemark Theater, showing tickets are on sale now, but also showing the fine print at the bottom that reads, “no face coverings, face paint, or simulated weapons — including light sabers — will be allowed in the buildings.” AMC is telling its patrons: “Guests are welcome to come dressed in costume, but we do not permit masks. There are still seven weeks to go before the new Star Wars flick hits theatres, but already The Force Awakens is proving to be one of the most exciting movies in years.Air France is offering an exclusive “Flight & Cinema” Star Wars package, where passengers will be flown from the U.S. to France to see the movie two days before its official North American release on December 18. In short, bring your light saber, turn it off during the movie, and leave the blaster and Darth Vader mask at home.” “Having a prohibition on something like a mask or plastic weapon is not going to do anything but provide an allusion of keeping people safe,” Matthew Strunin said. “You’re in a dark space… you don’t know what their intentions are. Irregular Choice – a footwear brand unafraid to flirt with novelty, having in the past featured unicorns, Santas and Elvises as high heels – has produced a range inspired by the upcoming lightsabre fest, including flats fashioned after C-3PO’s face and heels incorporating Darth Vader’s helmet.

Last night on a Halloween- (and Star Wars-)themed episode of JKL, Star Wars vet Harrison Ford appeared in costume and spoke highly of the film while dressed as a hot dog: “J.J. has made an incredible movie,” he told Kimmel, who did his best Princess Leia. “You will not be disappointed at all. Yes, there will be a special ““Star Wars: The Force Awakens” show – with director JJ Abrams and stars Daisy Ridley, Adam Driver and John Boyega, all will be there – in full force.” The collection ties in nicely to fashion’s ongoing fascination with Han Solo and the gang, and if nothing else will ensure you stand out from the fashion droids this season. The EuropaCorp CINEMAS theater, designed by Luc Besson, is equpped with state-of-the-art technology, including four screens, giving viewers a 360° experience.

Naturally, there’s been a ton of interest in the behind the scenes work that has gone into making the movie, from casting of new characters to production in England’s Pinewood Studios to special effects by Lucasfilm’s own Industrial Light & Magic division. It was built—and is still owned—by Lucasfilm founder George Lucas. (Long-time producer Kathleen Kennedy took over the company in 2012.) The original idea was for Skywalker Ranch to house all of Lucasfilm, but as the company expanded it set up shop across the Golden Gate Bridge, in San Francisco’s Presidio. Today, the Ranch houses Skywalker Sound and occasionally hosts groups that are collaborating on independent films. (Lucas still keeps his office on the grounds; Lucasfilm pays him rent.) It is in this setting that sound “designers” and producers create the pulsating hum of a lightsaber and many other sound effects.

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