Star Wars: The Force Awakens Reviews – What Did You Think?!

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Chicago Galaxy Embraces Latest ‘Star Wars’ Installment.

As “Star Wars” fans prepare their costumes for viewing the long-awaited seventh episode of the sci-fi franchise, movie theaters are stepping up security to prevent a repeat of the 2012 massacre during a showing of the finale of the Batman trilogy in Aurora, Colorado. The 73-year-old gained worldwide fame as Han Solo in George Lucas’s original Star Wars movie back in 1977, a role he has revived for Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens. “I don’t think of Star Wars as science fiction, really.HOMESTEAD (KDKA) — Fans have waited months to see the latest installment in the Star Wars series, and the die-hard fans are stopping at nothing to be among the first in the theater for the big event.

Interviewing the Spectre star in London this summer, I had run through my questions for an EW cover story focused around him reprising his role as 007 in the 24th James Bond installment that hit theaters last month. What I understood about it was from the context of the characters, that I was one of a kind of fairy-tale setting,” he stated. “You had a wise old warrior in Alec Guinness (as Obi-Wan Kenobi), you had the callow youth in Mark Hamill (Luke Skywalker) and the beautiful princess, Carrie Fisher (Princess Leia), and the smart ass.” “It gave me a career I have enjoyed and all the opportunities that have preceded from that attachment to Star Wars, so when George called and asked if I might be interested in coming back, I said, ‘Yes, why not?’ “They are terrific. Fans were streaming in Thursday night for the first showings of “The Force Awakens.” Some fans in Homestead even came in Wednesday night for a marathon of the first six Star Wars movies. John Boyega and Daisy Ridley are fantastic actors and are going to be around in your lives for a long time,” he told host Jonathan Ross. “We’re working on it. Not only did the star vehemently deny it at that time, he responded to my query with barely suppressed rage. “Why would I ever bother doing something like that?” Craig sputtered. “F—ing hell!

And no hand blasters, bowcasters or other “items that would make other guests feel uncomfortable or detract from the movie-going experience,” AMC says. Play an extra in another movie.” Having visited the Spectre set at England’s Pinewood Studios two months earlier, I might have pressed the issue by pointing out the relative ease with which he could have sneaked in such a performance beneath the stormtrooper’s synthetic armor. He owns a lightsaber that his brother gave him during their marathon wait to see “Star Wars: Episode III — Revenge of the Sith,” even though he’s not planning to view the new movie in costume. “A lot of us thought [“Episode III”] was the last chance, that that was the last ‘Star Wars,’” Mr. Casterline said of camping out for the 2005 movie as a teenager. “We took our chances to do it. “The difference [now] is the smartphone,” which allows him to broadcast his current vigil to social networks and share sidewalk war stories with other fans around the world, he said. Craig does make a cameo in Star Wars VII as a stormtrooper, turning up in one of the movie’s most memorably nostalgic scenes. “He did it for s—ts and grins,” says one of the people with knowledge of the actor’s performance.

Fan reactions after the earlier screenings of the movie were positive, with fans saying it went beyond their expectations and brought back feelings of the original trilogy. On Thursday, Disney said the movie debuted with a record-setting $14.1 million from its first screenings Wednesday in 12 international markets, The Associated Press reported. And the sequence prompted shouts of joyful recognition in the pre-release screening I attended earlier this week. “I’ll tighten those restraints, scavenger scum,” Craig’s character responds, although few in the audience can be expected to register that it’s him.

Meanwhile, the D.C. chapter of the 501st Legion: Vader’s Fist, a worldwide “Star Wars” fan club, will participate in events and screenings dressed in impeccably detailed and authentic-looking costumes throughout the weekend.

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