Star Wars The Force Awakens Big Changes And What It Means For The Future

With the new Star Wars movie out, there have been some big changes with the franchise. Disney has taken over the helm and there are some big differences. In this blog, I will be talking about those big changes and what it means for the future of Star Wars.

The first big change is the way that J. J. Abrams was brought in to direct The Force Awakens. He had no experience with directing a Star Wars movie before this one, but he did have experience with other movies such as Super 8 and Mission Impossible III. This shows that Disney is willing to take risks on directors who have not worked with them before.

Another big change is that they decided to go back to what made the original trilogy great: practical effects, instead of CGI effects. It’s all about adding more realism into your scene and having more tangible things to interact with while filming instead of just green screen and characters that don’t exist within your film yet. This will make future movies much more believable when they come out because you can actually see what’s happening right in front of you instead of just seeing it through a computer screen later on down the line after all of its been edited together by someone else’s hands.”

Star Wars The Force Awakens is the first Star Wars film to be released by Disney. This has led to many changes in the franchise, which I outline below. If you’re a fan of Star Wars and can’t wait for The Force Awakens, you need to read this blog.

Star Wars is not the only film franchise Disney now owns. Previously, Lucasfilm had to beat out other companies for directors and cast members for their films. Now, as Disney owns all of Lucasfilm’s films, they have more freedom with who they can choose. This means we will see some new faces in Star Wars The Force Awakens.

For example, Adam Driver, who plays Kylo Ren in The Force Awakens, was previously only known for a few TV shows and films. The fact that Disney chose him indicates they are looking at new talent rather than just going with the established name. If you haven’t heard of Adam Driver before but still want to see him in action as Kylo Ren in The Force Awakens, you should watch his previous films such as Frances Ha or Girls on DVD or on Amazon Prime Instant Video right now!

Another change is that Star Wars: The Force Awakens will be rated PG-13 in America. This means it will be much darker than previous films such

With the new trailer for Star Wars The Force Awakens out, I thought it would be a great time to take a look at how the franchise has changed over the years. With the loss of Luke Skywalker, Han Solo and Princess Leia, it can be difficult to imagine anyone else taking their place, but in this article I will explain what it means for the future of the series.

If you are not familiar with Star Wars, then you may be surprised to learn that this is a movie about space. It is set in a galaxy far, far away and follows the adventures of a group of rebels as they fight against an evil empire.

In this article I will discuss some of the differences between Star Wars and its predecessor, The Empire Strikes Back.

In Star Wars we meet Luke Skywalker, who was born on Tatooine and raised by his aunt and uncle. We also meet Han Solo, who is from Corellia and has a reputation as a smuggler. Princess Leia is from Alderaan and is looking for her father when she meets Luke. In The Empire Strikes Back we meet Luke’s father Darth Vader who is also known as Anakin Skywalker and is looking for his son in order to turn him to the dark side of the Force.

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The Force Awakens has now been in theaters for over a week. I’m sure you know the plot by now, which means that it’s time to go over some of the huge changes that are coming to the franchise.

Whatever you think of The Force Awakens, there is no denying that it made some big changes to Star Wars as we know it. It’s still too early to say how these changes will affect the franchise going forward, but I can’t wait to find out.

Star Wars was always about the characters and their world, and thanks to new director J.J. Abrams those characters are more human and complex than ever before. The Force Awakens is a huge step forward for Star Wars, as proven by all of these changes:

Star Wars changed forever: Rey is our new protagonist!

This is what we’ve been waiting for. After so many movies centered on men like Luke Skywalker, Anakin Skywalker, Obi-Wan Kenobi and Han Solo, it’s nice to finally see a woman take center stage in this universe. Thank you Disney and J.J Abrams!

Star Wars changed forever: Finn is our new male protagonist!

The Force Awakens also features a black man as one of its main protagonists. This is another big step forward, as

If you’re a big fan of the Force Awakens like me, you’re probably already excited for the new Star Wars movie coming out in December.

But what you may not know is that there are some pretty big changes coming with the next movie.

As of right now, we don’t have any official information on the plot or characters or anything else, but we do know that there are some pretty big differences between the original trilogy and this new one.

One of these differences is that Luke Skywalker, who was originally going to be played by Mark Hamill, will not be in this film at all.

Another change is that Carrie Fisher’s Princess Leia will appear as herself instead of an older version called General Organa, which was played by Natalie Portman in Return Of The Jedi.

This means that our favorite characters from Episode IV: A New Hope (1977) and V: The Empire Strikes Back (1980) will no longer be alive when we see them again in Episode VIII (2017).

Most people believed the original Star Wars trilogy (IV, V, & VI) to be the best and most influential of the franchise. No matter how many times they were viewed or how old you were when you first saw them, they were magical. Along with their following of millions who see them as a cult classic, Star Wars has been able to make billions of dollars off of merchandise alone. After the release of Episode 1: The Phantom Menace in 1999, fans have been eagerly awaiting for each new release. From 2002 – 2005, Episodes 2 & 3 were released and with little success in comparison to the originals. About ten years later, Disney purchased Lucasfilm for $4 billion and announced that there would be a new trilogy on its way in 2015.

With the anticipation came great doubt from the fans about what was going to happen to their beloved characters. People feared that Disney would ruin the franchise by taking it in yet another direction after George Lucas’s disappointing prequels. But when Episode VII: The Force Awakens was released in theaters on December 18th 2015, it was met with great reviews from fans and critics alike. Many were relieved when they saw that it wasn’t too different from how they remembered it or wanted it to be and it

Perhaps the most significant change that Star Wars: The Force Awakens brings to the franchise is its emphasis on women and girls.

Star Wars has always been a boys’ club, with very few female characters and even fewer who wielded any real power. Princess Leia was the exception, but she was still treated as a prize to be won after being captured by Darth Vader and thus was essentially a damsel in distress for much of her initial appearance in A New Hope. In fact, it would take until the prequel films for Lucas to introduce another truly strong female character in Padme Amidala, although she too is essentially a damsel in distress character as well.

But Rey, played by Daisy Ridley, is anything but a damsel in distress. She’s not just a heroine; she’s a lead heroine. She’s arguably one of the strongest Star Wars characters ever introduced, male or female. She’s already being held up as a role model for young girls and women alike who can look at her and say “I can be like that too.”

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