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15 Dec 2017

Prior to the release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, the pressure on Lucasfilm and Disney was palpable. Fans hadn’t seen a legit Star Wars movie since The Force Awakens‘ predecessor, Revenge of the Sith, which came out a decade earlier in 2005. To match the sentiment, the feeling of Star Wars for the audience — both the hardcore members and the transient drop-ins — seemed a near-impossible task. How to capture that decades-old aesthetic onscreen without either cheapening the product, or even worse, killing it dead?