Take A Squiz At These Y'Huge Vanity Fair Star Wars Covers

Pierre Vaugeois
Juin 1, 2017

On top of a fantastic portrait/behind-the-scenes gallery, VF writer David Kamp had the opportunity to sit down with the stars Daisy Ridley and Mark Hamill as well as the film's director, Rian Johnson.

Luke Skywalker will be a new man when he finally speaks again in Star Wars: The Last Jedi.

This doesn't come as a surprise - after all Johnson did say before that he was working hard to make sure that The Last Jedi wouldn't have the same rhythm as The Empire Strikes Back.

As was discussed in the piece, Fisher's sudden death put LucasFilms into a grief spiral that had to quickly turn to business - Episode IX was based around her, so where do things go from here? The minute she finished, she grabbed me and said, 'I'd better be at the forefront of IX!' The fourth cover is entirely dedicated to late actress Carrie Fisher, who portrays General Leia Organa in The Last Jedi.

The Vanity Fair cast profile was originally meant to tease Star Wars: The Last Jedi to fans. In December, we'll see the eighth chapter of the core franchise, "The Last Jedi".

Star Wars: The Last Jedi will be released in theaters on December 15, 2017. "And it would have been". After Han Solo's death, it seems like Rey has taken his place alongside Chewy, which is cool.

"And she won't succeed, and, in frustration, she'll go herself".

But we weren't the only ones. "It's just got a fun dynamic to it". As an actor and a public figure, she inspired fans, friends, and even those who worked alongside her.

"Well, it's incredible. It was unbelievable at the beginning when it became a hit and it's been awesome as we've gone through the years. Wrapped in a brown trench coat with its collar upturned, Fisher is looking into your soul in the photo, shot by renowned photographer Annie Leibovitz, named as 'The Legacy". A particular standout features Hamill and Fisher in costume together.

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