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Rogue one: a star wars story trailer (official)

A few hours ago appeared the official poster of ‘Rogue One’, the film derived from the ‘Star Wars’ saga that will be released on December 16. Like everything that surrounds that universe, the poster has caused a huge impact on social networks thanks to an unmistakable aesthetic reminiscent of that first trilogy that began its journey almost four decades ago.
However, that would not be the official poster of the film, which was the responsibility of the artist Tom Jung, who would also collaborate in future installments because, dear readers, every self-respecting film does not have just one poster: it has several simultaneous posters with different styles that are also used for promotion, even if there is only one really good official poster. With Star Wars there seem to be more, of course, but there is only one.
In the 80s that creativity was already enormous, but the appearance of the second trilogy and this third one in which we are immersed has made professional artists and others who are not -but probably want to get there- work hard to create all kinds of styles and versions that follow the traditional aesthetics but also mix styles and take advantage of various key elements of the films as a focus of attention.

Celebración de los 40 años del imperio: entre bastidores

La Guerra de las Galaxias es una franquicia multimedia estadounidense de ópera espacial épica[1] creada por George Lucas, que comenzó con la película homónima de 1977[b] y se convirtió rápidamente en un fenómeno de la cultura pop mundial. La franquicia se ha expandido en varias películas y otros medios, incluyendo series de televisión, videojuegos, novelas, cómics, atracciones de parques temáticos y áreas temáticas, comprendiendo un universo ficticio que lo abarca todo[c] En 2020, su valor total se estimó en 70.000 millones de dólares, y actualmente es la quinta franquicia mediática más taquillera de todos los tiempos.
A la película original (La guerra de las galaxias), subtitulada retroactivamente Episodio IV: Una nueva esperanza (1977), le siguieron las secuelas Episodio V: El imperio contraataca (1980) y Episodio VI: El retorno del Jedi (1983), formando la trilogía original de La guerra de las galaxias. Más tarde, Lucas volvió al cine para dirigir una trilogía de precuelas, compuesta por el Episodio I: La amenaza fantasma (1999), el Episodio II: El ataque de los clones (2002) y el Episodio III: La venganza de los Sith (2005). En 2012, Lucas vendió su productora a Disney, renunciando a la propiedad de la franquicia. La trilogía de secuelas producida posteriormente está formada por el Episodio VII: El despertar de la fuerza (2015), el Episodio VIII: Los últimos Jedi (2017) y el Episodio IX: El ascenso de Skywalker (2019).

Star wars: visions | special look | disney+

Having a Star Wars mural at home is always a sign of identity and pride for a lover of the famous science fiction saga. But there are those lucky ones who, after searching and searching, treasure in their homes one or more authentic advertising gems, acquired at auction houses.
Gary Kurtz, producer and right-hand man of George Lucas during the filming of Star Wars Episodes IV and V, used to get his hands on Star Wars posters and murals from movie theaters and billboards. He has amassed a collection of 30 of the most curious Star Wars murals in different languages.
The most striking? The poster for the first anniversary of the release of the first Star Wars movie, Episode IV: A New Hope. Valued at around 915 euros, it shows a cake with the logo surrounded by figures of the most emblematic characters of the film.
Until the 1980s, the U.S. company National Screen Service was in charge of controlling the distribution of posters and billboards for movie theaters across the country, including ads for the re-release of the film Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back.