Star Wars The Force Awakens Music of John Williams At American Music Awards By Pentatonix [HD] [Video]

Star Wars The Force Awakens Music of John Williams At American Music Awards By Pentatonix [HD] [Video]:
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CLICK HERE to Watch Pentatonix perform the music of John Williams from the American Music Awards. Star Wars The Force Awakens. We Do Not Own this material and are not using it for any profit or personal gain. We are a Disney Company loving YouTube Channel that shares everything we can that is Star Wars to promote the upcoming movie. Video will be removed if requested. Please support ABC, Pentatonix and Disney. A continuation of the saga created by George Lucas set thirty years after Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi (1983). Director: J.J. Abrams Writers: Lawrence Kasdan, J.J. Abrams, Stars: Harrison Ford, Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher Where Is Luke? The biggest point to note in the poster is actually what is missing. Luke Skywalker, the hero of the original Star Wars trilogy, doesn't appear in the image, though Mark Hamill does get second billing in the credits listing. Considering the second teaser trailer used Luke for the voiceover and (spoiler!) Hamill was spotted on the set of Episode VIII (end spoiler), it's curious -- and clearly intentional -- that he didn't make it on the poster. Rey and Kylo Ren's Parallel Weaponry Speaking of clearly intentional aspects of the poster, Rey's staff and Kylo Ren's lightsaber are so close and parallel to one another that they're practically one weapon. The implication seems to be that these two characters are also parallels of one another, and connected in some way. This definitely backs up the theory that Rey and Kylo Ren are twins. Rey Is Front and Center If previous trailers and marketing material didn't have you convinced that Rey will be the central character of this movie, then this image should. She isn't the largest character on the poster -- that honor goes to Kylo Ren, which either could be because he has a large role or simply be because he's cool to look at -- but she is at the center of it in a clearly significant role. Poe Dameron Is Not Considering Rey, Finn and Poe Dameron were announced as the three new leads of The Force Awakens, it's surprising to see Poe relegated to a fairly small depiction on the poster -- even BB-8 is bigger than he is! It could be that this movie won't be Poe's biggest one in the trilogy; there are a lot of characters to juggle in The Force Awakens, and only so much screen time. Maybe it will be a future movie where he gets more prominent poster placement. Leia Is Still Queen of Hairstyles Though there was behind-the-scenes Force Awakens footage of Carrie Fisher as Leia shown at San Diego Comic-Con, this poster is the first full look fans have of the adult version of the character. Seeing her and Han Solo pictured next to one another in the image is a bit of a nostalgia punch, and it's heart-warming to know that Leia's hair is still as epic as ever. Maz Kanata Makes Her Debut Little is known about who Lupita Nyongo's character Maz Kanata is and how she fits into The Force Awakens beyond the fact she's a space pirate, but now fans can get an eye-full of her. Maz makes her debut in this poster, pictured to the left of R2-D2 and above BB-8. Is That Death Star Lookalike the New First Order Base? It's unclear what that massive object in the top right of the poster is, but speculation is that it's the new First Order home base, Starkiller Base. Whatever it is, it clearly took some design nods from the Death Star. That would make sense if it is Starkiller Base, because that outpost fulfills a similar (and more deadly) function to the Empire's pride and joy: describes the General Hux-run facility as "an ice planet converted into a stronghold of the First Order and armed with a fiercely destructive new weapon capable of destroying entire star systems." Captain Phasma Has a Place of Honor Rounding out the poster is Captain Phasma and her ranks of Stormtroopers. She is shaping up to be one of fans' favorite characters heading into the new movie, so it would make sense that she gets a place of honor. She is rocking that cape. ... But Gwendoline Christie Isn't in the Credits Because Phasma does get such important placement on the poster, it is surprising that the actress who plays her, Gwendoline Christie, isn't included in the credits listing. All the other top actors are listed, including Andy Serkis and Max Von Sydow, who don't seem to appear on the poster. Maybe we're reading too much into nothing, but it's also interesting to note that Harrison Ford is now listed before Hamill, and Adam Driver (who plays Kylo Ren) comes in after the original trio. Subscribe to Disneyland Experience for all the latest from Disney Parks, Disney Movies, Marvel and Star Wars! Star Wars Episode VII The Force Awakens Official Trailer #1 | Monday Night Football