Vanity Fair’s Star Wars Photos Give Bigger Glimpse Into Star Wars: The Last Jedi

Vanity Fair is continuing its tradition of sharing amazing Star Wars photos both on the cover and inside with a new collection of photos taken by Annie Leibovitz. This tradition started in 1999 with a photo session ahead of the release of Star Wars: The Phantom Menace. Now it continues with photos of the cast and crew of Star Wars: The last Jedi.

The first photos Vanity Fair released were the four variations for its magazine that will hit news stands on June 6th. This will definitely be a collectors item for any Star Wars fan (I know I’m going to get one!). If you don’t want to wait for the hard copy, the digital is now available and can be purchased here.

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Annie Leibovitz also took portraits of the cast and crew of Star Wars: The Last Jedi that will be appearing in this edition of Vanity Fair. These photos show old friends, new characters, and apparently the upper echelons of society in the galaxy far, far, away. Perhaps the elite of the First Order? There is a lot that can be gleaned from these photos that will keep fans talking for some time. Take a look at them here:

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Finally, this behind the scenes of the photoshoot video was shared as well:

What do you think of all the photos and video? What are you most excited about when Star Wars: The Last Jedi hits theaters in December? Let us know in the comments below!


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