Being part of any press junket is pretty amazing, but come on! Attending the Star Wars press junket is taking it to another level. To be able to get photos with BB-8 and to see some of the costumes from The Force Awakens, it couldn’t get much cooler for the inner geek in me. Check out my photos along with some that my blogging friends got, from a day I will always remember.
Star Wars Press Day Photos
I will be sharing the one on one interviews from the time I spent with Harrison Ford, JJ Abrams, Kathleen Kennedy, Oscar Isaac, Lupita Nyong’o, John Boyega and Daisy Ridley over the next week, but to not share the links to the full press interviews would be wrong. I mean, Carrie Fisher was, well, Carrie Fisher, so that alone is worth the watch!
The first video is the intro for part one of the press conference with JJ Abrams (Director/Producer), Daisy Ridley (“Rey”), Adam Driver (“Kylo Ren”), Lupita Nyong’o, (“Maz Kanata”) and Lawrence Kasdan (Screenplay By).
This one is for the intro of part two of the press conference with Harrison Ford (“Han Solo”), John Boyega (“Finn”), Oscar Isaac (“Poe Dameron”), Gwendoline Christie (“Captain Phasma”) and Kathleen Kennedy (Producer).
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