Okay, Star Wars VII: The Force Awakens is out. I don't get how people have gone orgasmic over it.
Sure, it reunites Han Solo, Princess Leia and Luke Skywalker from the original trilogy, but since creator George Lucas had no role in the making of the movie, not even as an advisor, it is almost like an "independent production" like the Sean Connery James Bond movie, Never Say Never Again.
Lucas sold the Star Wars franchise to Walt Disney Pictures and it is their ballgame now. There's no 20th Century Fox fanfare at the beginning.
It is strange that the poster leaves out "VII" in the title.
I'll go see the movie, but without George Lucas's involvement, it is just not the same.