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15 New Official Star Wars: The Force Awakens Images

On the heels of the embargo lifted on reviews of The Force Awakens (read our spoiler free rundown of the reviews thus far) comes the release of a bunch of new photos by Walt Disney Pictures & Lucasfilm. With the big news today being just how much everyone seems to love the film, these photos slipped under the radar as the first new batch of officially released images that weren't part of an exclusive deal with a major publication. 

While you've seen most of these images in the trailers and teasers and TV spots, getting the hi-resoluation stills gives you a chance to take it all in and appreciate every aspect of the shot, from the framing to the color to the wardrobe and set design. Enjoy.

TIE fighters chase the Millennium falcon on Jakku. Courtesy Walt Disney Pictures/Lucasfilm

Finn (John Boyega) and Poe Dameron (Oscar Isaac). Courtesy Walt Disney Pictures/Lucasfilm

Kylo Ren (Adam Driver) makes his appearance. Courtesy Walt Disney Pictures/Lucasfilm

Rey (Daisy Ridley) on Jakku. Courtesy Walt Disney Pictures/Lucasfilm

Kylo Ren and the Knights of Ren. Courtesy Walt Disney Pictures/Lucasfilm

Finn and Rey aboard the Millennium Falcon. Courtesy Walt Disney Pictures/Lucas Film.

General Leia. Courtesy Walt Disney Pictures/Lucasfilm.

A great shot from the perspective of a Stormtrooper during a fight involving X-wings. Courtesy Walt Disney Pictures/Lucasfilm.

TIE Fighters descending on Jakku. Courtesy Walt Disney Pictures/Lucasfilm.

The crucial droid BB-8. Courtesy Walt Disney Pictures/Lucasfilm.

Stormtroopers, who might be better shots this time around. Courtesy Walt Disney Pictures/Lucasfilm.

The Starkiller base. Courtesy Walt Disney Pictures/Lucasfilm.

A man who needs no introduction. Courtesy Walt Disney Pictures/Lucasfilm.

A beast (or creature) of burden. Courtesy Walt Disney Pictures/Lucasfilm.

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