Why was Star Wars The Force Awakens poster taken out of China?
Chinese state media has hit back against claims that the poster for “ Star Wars: The Force Awakens ” used in mainland China deliberately leaves out or downplays characters of color. Fans complained on Twitter earlier this week that British actor John Boyega, who plays Finn in the movie, had been shrunk on the Chinese poster.
Where can I see the New Star Wars poster?
A new poster will be revealed each week. Also, join the celebration at Walt Disney World as AMC Theatres and Disney Parks celebrate the release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
When does Star Wars The Force Awakens come out?
Star Wars: The Force Awakens is just two months away and today we’re proud to reveal the official theatrical poster showcasing an awakening of the dark side… and the light: And be sure to tune into ESPN’s Monday Night Football tomorrow for an exclusive new look at the film.
Where can I get Star Wars Force Awakens glasses?
There are three ways guests can get these collectible glasses: By attending the Star Wars Marathon Event on December 17. By attending the first show of Star Wars: The Force Awakens Thursday 12/17 in Cinemark XD, or with the purchase of a Star Wars concession combo, coming in November.
What’s the difference between China and UK Star Wars posters?
The poster has sparked controversy online over stylistic changes, one of which resulted in the diminished presence of John Boyega ’s lightsaber-wielding character. Here are some tweets about the poster: Left: UK version. Right: China version. Spot the main massive difference #StarWars #StarWarsForceAwakens pic.twitter.com/9AFfiSAa6L
What was the controversy with the Star Wars poster?
The poster has sparked controversy online over stylistic changes, one of which resulted in the diminished presence of John Boyega ’s lightsaber-wielding character. Here are some tweets about the poster: This content is not available due to your privacy preferences.
Is the New Star Wars movie in China?
“Star Wars: The Force Awakens” will be the first of the franchise to get a widespread release in mainland China, and Disney has gone all out to promote it to an audience less familiar with the characters than in other countries, including an invasion of the Great Wall by Stormtroopers.