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Star Wars: The Force Awakens (also known as Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens) is a 2015 American epic space opera film directed, co-produced and co-written by J. J. Abrams. The direct sequel to 1983's Return of the Jedi, The Force Awakens is the first installment of the Star Wars sequel trilogy, and stars Harrison Ford, Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher, Adam Driver, Daisy Ridley, John Boyega, Oscar Isaac, Lupita Nyong'o, Andy Serkis, Domhnall Gleeson, Anthony Daniels, Peter Mayhew and Max von Sydow. Produced by Lucasfilm Ltd. and Abrams' production company Bad Robot Productions and distributed worldwide by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, The Force Awakens marks a break in creative control from the original series as the first Star Wars film not produced by franchise creator George Lucas. Set 30 years after Return of the Jedi, it follows Rey, Finn and Poe Dameron's search for Luke Skywalker and their fight alongside the Resistance, led by veterans of the Rebel Alliance, against Kylo Ren and the First Order, a successor organization to the Galactic Empire.

The Force Awakens was announced after The Walt Disney Company's acquisition of Lucasfilm in October 2012. It was produced by Abrams, his longtime collaborator Bryan Burk, and Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy. Abrams and Lawrence Kasdan, co-writer of the original trilogy films The Empire Strikes Back (1980) and Return of the Jedi (1983), rewrote an initial script by Michael Arndt. John Williams, composer for the previous six films, returned to compose the film's score. Lucas served as creative consultant during the film's early production. Filming began in April 2014 in Abu Dhabi and Iceland, with principal photography also taking place in Ireland and Pinewood Studios in England, and concluded in November 2014. It is the first live-action film in the franchise since Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith, released ten years prior in 2005.

Star Wars: The Force Awakens was widely anticipated, and Disney backed the film with extensive marketing campaigns. It premiered in Los Angeles on December 14, 2015, four days before its wide release worldwide. The film received generally positive reviews, with its ensemble cast, direction, musical score, visuals, effects, stunts and action sequences receiving particular praise, though some criticized it as too derivative of the original trilogy. The film broke various box office records and became the highest-grossing installment in the franchise, the highest-grossing film in North America unadjusted for inflation, and the third-highest-grossing film of all time, with a worldwide gross of over $2 billion and a net profit of over $780 million.[6][7] It received five Academy Award nominations and four British Academy Film Award nominations, where it won Best Special Visual Effects. Two sequels, Episode VIII and Episode IX, are scheduled for release in 2017 and 2019, respectively.

Approximately 30 years after the destruction of the second Death Star, the last remaining Jedi, Luke Skywalker, has disappeared. The First Order has risen from the fallen Galactic Empire and seeks to eliminate the New Republic. The Resistance, backed by the Republic and led by Luke's twin sister, General Leia Organa, opposes them while searching for Luke to enlist his aid.

Resistance pilot Poe Dameron meets village elder Lor San Tekka on the planet Jakku to obtain a map to Luke's location. Stormtroopers commanded by Kylo Ren destroy the village and capture Poe, while Ren kills Tekka. Poe's droid BB-8 escapes with the map and encounters a scavenger named Rey near a junkyard settlement. Stormtrooper FN-2187, unable to bring himself to kill for the First Order, frees Poe, and they escape in a stolen TIE fighter; Poe renames FN-2187 "Finn". They crash on Jakku, and Finn survives, but is unable to determine if Poe did as well. He encounters Rey and BB-8, but the First Order tracks them and launches an airstrike. They board the Millennium Falcon and use it to flee the planet after the ship they were boarding blows up.

After breaking down, the Falcon is caught in a tractor beam and captured by a larger ship piloted by Han Solo and Chewbacca, looking to reclaim their former vessel. Two rival gangs, seeking to settle debts with Han, board and attack. However, "Rathtars" that Han is harboring on his ship escape, killing many people in the gangs and allowing Solo, Chewbacca, Rey, Finn and BB-8 to escape. The remaining gang members inform the First Order of the events. At the First Order's Starkiller Base – a planet converted into a superweapon that harnesses energy from stars – Supreme Leader Snoke orders General Hux to use the weapon for the first time. Snoke questions Ren's ability to deal with emotions relating to his father, Han Solo; Ren says Solo means nothing to him.

The Falcon crew views BB-8's map and determines it is incomplete. Han explains that Luke attempted to rebuild the Jedi Order, but exiled himself when an apprentice turned to the dark side and slaughtered the rising Order. The crew travels to the planet Takodana and meets with cantina owner Maz Kanata, who offers assistance in getting BB-8 to the Resistance. Rey is drawn to a vault on the lower level and finds the lightsaber that once belonged to Luke and his father, Anakin Skywalker. She experiences disturbing visions and flees into the woods. Maz gives Finn the lightsaber for safekeeping.

Starkiller Base fires and destroys the Republic capital and a portion of its fleet. The First Order attacks Takodana in search of BB-8. Han, Chewbacca, and Finn are saved by Resistance X-wing fighters led by Poe, who survived the earlier crash. Leia arrives at Takodana with C-3PO and reunites with Han and Chewbacca. Meanwhile, Ren kidnaps Rey and takes her to Starkiller Base. However, when he interrogates her about the map, she is able to resist his mind-reading attempts. Discovering she can use the Force, she escapes using a Jedi mind trick on a nearby guard.

At the Resistance base on D'Qar, BB-8 finds R2-D2, who has been inactive since Luke's disappearance. As Starkiller Base prepares to fire on D'Qar, the Resistance devises a plan to destroy the superweapon by attacking a critical facility. Leia urges Han to return their son alive. Using the Falcon, Han, Chewbacca, and Finn infiltrate the facility, find Rey, and plant explosives. Han confronts Ren, calling him by his birth name, Ben, and implores him to abandon the dark side, but Ren refuses and kills his father. An enraged Chewbacca fires on Ren, hitting him, then sets off the explosives, allowing the Resistance to attack and destroy Starkiller Base.

The injured Ren pursues Finn and Rey to the surface of the base. Ren defeats Finn in a lightsaber battle and leaves him badly wounded. Rey then takes the lightsaber and uses the Force to defeat Ren, before they are separated by a fissure as the planet begins to disintegrate and implode. Snoke orders Hux to evacuate and bring Ren to him. Rey and Chewbacca escape with Finn in the Falcon. On D'Qar, the Resistance celebrates while Leia, Chewbacca, and Rey mourn Han's death. R2-D2 awakens and reveals the rest of the map, which Rey follows to an oceanic planet. She finds Luke and presents him with the lightsaber.

Main articles: List of Star Wars characters and List of Star Wars cast members

Star Wars: The Force Awakens introduces (from top) Adam Driver as the dark warrior Kylo Ren, Daisy Ridley as the scavenger Rey, John Boyega as the reformed stormtrooper Finn, and Oscar Isaac as X-wing fighter pilot Poe Dameron.
Harrison Ford as Han Solo:
A rogue and a smuggler, formerly a key player in the Rebel Alliance. Ford said Han "does not aspire to the position of Obi-Wan, nor do I aspire to be some New Age Alec Guinness. His development is consistent with the character, and there are emotional elements which have occasioned his growth... There's a lot of the rogue still left in Solo. Some things don't change..."[8]
Mark Hamill as Luke Skywalker:
One of the last remaining Jedi, who has gone into hiding. Regarding Luke, Han, and Leia, Abrams stated: "They'd be as old and as mythic as the tale of King Arthur. They would be characters who [the new characters] may have heard of, but maybe not. They'd be characters who they might believe existed, or just sounded like a fairy tale..."[9] Hamill was initially skeptical of Luke's reveal at the end of the film, although he later reconsidered his limited screentime to be "a great surprise".[10] Abrams added that the film's ending was intended to be "this great long drum roll up to seeing this guy."[10]
Carrie Fisher as General Leia Organa:
The former princess of the destroyed planet Alderaan, turned General of the Resistance, and Luke's twin sister.[11] After the events of Return of the Jedi, she is described as "a little more battle weary, a little more broken hearted."[12] Fisher described Leia as "Solitary. Under a lot of pressure. Committed as ever to her cause, but I would imagine feeling somewhat defeated, tired, and pissed." Abrams said: "The stakes are pretty high in the story for her, so there's not much goofing around where Leia's concerned."[13]
Adam Driver as Kylo Ren:
A dark warrior strong with the Force, originally a member of the Knights of Ren, and a high ranking member of the First Order. He is the son of Han and Leia.[14][15] Driver said the team tried "not to think of him as being bad, or evil, or a villain. Something that was more three-dimensional. He's more dangerous and unpredictable, and morally justified in doing what he thinks is right."[16]
Daisy Ridley as Rey:
A scavenger abandoned as a child on the desert planet Jakku, who is waiting for her family to return.[17] Ridley said: "She's completely self-sufficient and does everything for herself, until she meets [Finn] and an adventure begins."[17] Cailey Fleming plays a young Rey.[18]
John Boyega as Finn:
A reformed First Order stormtrooper.[17][19] Boyega said that he learned he obtained the part "over a nice breakfast in Mayfair" where Abrams told him: "John, you're the new star of Star Wars."[20] Boyega said: "When we find Finn, he's in incredible danger. And the way he reacts to this danger changes his life, and launches him into the Star Wars universe in a very unique way."[17] He said in another interview: "He's been taught about [Luke], he knows about his history. For him it's like joining the army and then learning about one of the great enemies of your country."[9]
Oscar Isaac as Poe Dameron:
A Resistance X-wing fighter pilot.[17][21] Isaac said: "He's the best freaking pilot in the galaxy... He's been sent on a mission by a certain princess, and he ends up coming up across [Finn], and their fates are forever intertwined."[17]
Lupita Nyong'o as Maz Kanata:
A wise and perceptive figure operating a somewhat shady cantina on the peaceful forest planet, Takodana.[21] J. J. Abrams said Kanata has "lived over a thousand years. She's had this watering hole … and it's like another bar that you'd find in a corner of the Star Wars universe."[22] According to Abrams, the character was based on his former high school English teacher, Rose Gilbert, who lectured at the Palisades Charter High School from 1961 to 2013. Abrams said the team "really wanted the story to feel authentic, despite being a wild fantasy. I mentioned Rose in an early story meeting as a sort of timeless, wise figure that I'd actually known in my life."[23]
Andy Serkis as Supreme Leader Snoke:
The political leader of the First Order. He is Kylo Ren's master and is very powerful in the dark side.[24] Serkis described Snoke as "quite an enigmatic character, and strangely vulnerable at the same time as being quite powerful... He is large. He appears tall. And also just the facial design—you couldn't have gotten there with prosthetics... Without giving too much away at this point, he has a very distinctive, idiosyncratic bone and facial structure."[25]
Domhnall Gleeson as General Hux:
The commander of the First Order's Starkiller Base.[26] Gleeson described him as "pretty ruthless. A strong disciplinarian would be a mild way of putting it... He's kind of opposite Kylo Ren. They have their own relationship, which is individual and unusual. One of them is strong in different ways than the other. They're both vying for power."[27]
Anthony Daniels as C-3PO:
A humanoid protocol droid under Organa's service. Daniels said the actors were allowed to experiment with their performances, and that Abrams "made a field, a playpen where you were allowed to take your time and suggest things."[28]
Peter Mayhew as Chewbacca:
A loyal Wookiee and Solo's longtime companion. Mayhew's double Joonas Suotamo portrays the character in several action scenes, and Ian Whyte performed stunts, as the 71-year-old Mayhew suffered from knee problems.[29][30]
Max von Sydow as Lor San Tekka:
A retired adventurer on Jakku, aiding the Resistance in locating Skywalker.[31]
Tim Rose and Mike Quinn reprise their respective roles as Admiral Ackbar and Nien Nunb, both from Return of the Jedi.[32][33] Kipsang Rotich returns as the voice of Nien Nunb[34] and Erik Bauersfeld returns to voice Ackbar. This was Bauerfeld's final film role before his death in April 2016.[35] Kenny Baker, originally announced as part of the cast, was credited as "consultant" for R2-D2.[36][37] Ewan McGregor has an uncredited vocal cameo as Obi-Wan Kenobi in Rey's vision sequence, while archival audio of Frank Oz and Alec Guinness as Yoda and Kenobi, respectively, are also used in the same scene; Oz recorded new dialogue for the film, but it was replaced with pre-existing audio from The Empire Strikes Back.[38]

Gwendoline Christie portrays Captain Phasma, the commander of the First Order's legions of stormtroopers.[39] Dave Chapman and Brian Herring served as puppeteers for BB-8,[40] with Bill Hader and Ben Schwartz credited as "Vocal Consultants".[41] Ken Leung appears as Statura, an admiral in the Resistance.[42] Simon Pegg appears as Unkar Plutt, the Junkyard dealer on Jakku.[26][43] Greg Grunberg plays Temmin "Snap" Wexley, an X-wing pilot.[44][45] Kiran Shah plays Teedo, a scavenger on Jakku who rides a semi-mechanical Luggabeast.[46] Jessica Henwick appears as Jess "Testor" Pava or Jess Testor, an X-wing pilot.[47][48][49] Brian Vernel appears as Bala-Tik, the leader of the Guavian Death Gang.[50][51] Yayan Ruhian, Iko Uwais, and Cecep Arif Rahman appear as Tasu Leech, Razoo Qin-Fee, and Crokind Shand, members of the Kanjiklub Gang, a criminal organization.[52][53][54] Warwick Davis appears as Wollivan, a tavern-dweller in Maz Kanata's castle.[55][56] Anna Brewster appears as Bazine Netal, a First Order spy, also at Maz Kanata's castle.[57] Thomas Brodie-Sangster[58] and Kate Fleetwood[59] play First Order Petty Officers, Thanisson and Unamo, respectively. Billie Lourd, daughter of Carrie Fisher, appears as Connix, a lieutenant in the Resistance.[60][61] Members of the Resistance include Emun Elliott as Brance[62] and Maisie Richardson-Sellers as Korr Sella[63] while Harriet Walter appears as Kalonia, the doctor who tends to Chewbacca.[64][65] Mark Stanley appears as a Knight of Ren.[65] Sebastian Armesto portrays Lieutenant Mitaka and Pip Torrens portrays Colonel Caplan, both serving the First Order.[66]

Actor Daniel Craig, composer Michael Giacchino and record producer Nigel Godrich cameo as stormtroopers.[67][68] Abrams' assistant, Morgan Dameron, appears as a Resistance officer,[69] while his father, Gerald W. Abrams, appears as Captain Cypress.[70] The film's dialect coach, Andrew Jack, appears as Major Ematt of the Resistance.[71] Additionally, Crystal Clarke, Pip Andersen,[72] Christina Chong,[73] Miltos Yerolemou,[74] Amybeth Hargreaves,[75] Leanne Best,[76] Judah Friedlander,[77] and Kevin Smith[78] were cast in minor roles. Abrams has a vocal cameo,[79] singing with Lin-Manuel Miranda on two songs, "Jabba Flow" and "Dobra Doompa", performed by Shag Kava, consisting of Abrams, Miranda and musicians.[80][81] Star Wars: The Clone Wars and Star Wars Rebels cast members Dee Bradley Baker, Matt Lanter, Tom Kane, Catherine Taber, Matthew Wood, Sam Witwer, Meredith Salenger, James Arnold Taylor and show runner Dave Filoni, as well as David Acord, Michael Donovan, Devon Libran, Elle Newlands, Terri Douglas, Robert Stambler, Verona Blue, TJ Falls, Michelle Rejwan, Eugene Byrd, Fred Tatasciore, David Collins, Amanda Foreman, Christopher Scarabosio, Patrick Correll, Karen Huie, Orly Schuchmacher, Emily Towers, Jonathan Dixon, Kat Sheridan, Salacious Crumb actor Mark Dodson, and Gavyn Sykes actor Christian Simpson were the additional voices used in the film

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Keeping Up with the Joneses is a 2016 American action comedy film directed by Greg Mottola and written by Michael LeSieur. Starring Zach Galifianakis, Jon Hamm, Isla Fisher and Gal Gadot, the film follows a suburban couple (Galifianakis and Fisher) who begin to suspect their new neighbors (Hamm and Gadot) are spies. The film was released on October 21, 2016 by 20th Century Fox, received generally negative reviews and was a box office bomb, grossing $29 million against its $40 million budget.

Jeff Gaffney (Galifianakis) works at the McDowell-Burton International (MBI) as Human Resources and lives with his wife, Karen (Fisher) and two children, who are away for camping. After the couple bought a new house, located at the cul-de-sac under the proprietors of Dan & Meg Craverston (Walsh and Monroe), Karen alerts Jeff of the new neighbor, the Joneses couple, Tim and Natalie (Hamm and Gadot), and invites them to come her house to introduce themselves, shocking Jeff upon arriving home from the office.

Karen learns that Tim is an accomplished travel writer whose hobbies include blowing glass and Natalie is a social media consultant, cooking blogger and heroine to Sri Lankan orphans. Feeling unconvinced about Natalie, Karen follows her to the mall hoping to discover what she doing but Natalie catches Karen in the dressing room. Here, Natalie confronts her, realizing that Karen must be following her. Meanwhile, Tim invites Jeff to the Chinese restaurant to eat, but Jeff feels that getting drunk with a snake wine and being bitten by a severed snake head is not the way to make a friend and that true friendship is having an indoor skydiving experience together. Back at their house, Jeff accidentally breaks the glass sculpture made by Tim that given to them, emerging the bug from the shard. The couple are now thinking that they have been spied upon for the whole time and they decide to sneak to the Joneses' house to find the spying device. Inside the room, they discover that Jeff and the MBI employees are being targeted by the Joneses. However, Jeff, mistaking an item for a pen, accidentally stuns Karen with the pen gun and narrowly escapes just as the Joneses arrive at the house. Natalie notices the pen gun on the floor and that it is consumed, suspecting that Gaffneys might have broken into their house.

The Gaffneys arrange a meeting with MBI advisor Carl Pronger (Dunn) to explain the details about the Joneses. But before Carl can disclose further details, he is killed by a sniper who also attacks the Gaffneys. They are rescued by the Joneses and a chase and shootout ensues, killing the masked motorcycle riders. The Gaffneys now learn that the Joneses are the secret agents. Upon entering the house, the Joneses narrowly escape just as a bomb blows up the house. It is revealed that the international arms dealer calling himself "the Scorpion" (Oswalt) is trying to take down the Joneses and then they kidnap the Craverstons, who are planning to sell the microchips — which could be used to weaken the U.S. missile defense system. Dan reveals that he is the one who used Jeff's computer to email the arms dealer. Jeff then accepts the offer through the Scorpion's phone call, arranging the meeting with his wife at the hotel and takes Dan's cover name "Rascal Flatts" to deliver the microchips.

With the Joneses at their back, the Scorpion, whom Jeff helped to relieve the stress by letting him hold the small red ball at the MBI years ago, blows Jeff's cover. With their cover blown, Tim radios for back-up but they pull out due to collateral damage that will be done to the public. Jeff also blows the Scorpion's cover whose real is Bruce Springstine. Now the Gaffneys and the Joneses are held captive, Karen is able to pass the knife to Natalie by making out with her as a distraction, giving the Joneses an oppurtunity to kill Bruce's men. They all escape by jumping off the window just as Bruce opens the briefcase containing the chips that blows the bomb, killing him.

One summer later, Jeff and Karen visit the Hazim's Cafe in Marrakesh where the Joneses used for their date. They meet the Joneses who reveal that they have left the agency. However, when the four men, who might be working from another agency to track them down, wearing fezzes and are seen looking at them, the Joneses engage the gunfight with the four men, not showing the actual occurence.

Zach Galifianakis as Jeff Gaffney
Jon Hamm as Tim Jones
Isla Fisher as Karen Gaffney
Gal Gadot as Natalie Jones
Maribeth Monroe as Meg Craverston
Michael Liu as Yang
Matt Walsh as Dan Craverston
Ari Shaffir as Oren
Patton Oswalt as Bruce Springstein/Scorpion
Kevin Dunn as Carl Pronger
Jona Xiao as Stacey Chung
Henry Boston as Patrick Gaffney
Jack McQuaid as Mikey Gaffney

In March 2014, it was announced that Greg Mottola would direct the film, from a screenplay by Michael LeSieur, with Fox 2000 Pictures having their eyes set on Jon Hamm and Zach Galifianakis to star, Walter Parkes and Laurie MacDonald producing under their Parkes + MacDonald Image Nation banner, and Marc Resteghini serving as an executive producer.[4] In October 2014, Isla Fisher joined the cast of the film, and the casting of Hamm and Galifianakis was confirmed.[5] In February 2015, Gal Gadot was in negotiations to star in the film.[6] In April 2015, Maribeth Monroe and Matt Walsh also joined the cast.[7]

Principal photography on the film began on April 20, 2015 in Atlanta, Georgia.[8][9]

The film was originally scheduled to be released on April 1, 2016[10] but was pushed back to October 21, 2016.[11]

Box office
As of December 26, 2016, Keeping Up with the Joneses has grossed $14.9 million in North America and $14 million in other territories for a worldwide total of $28.9 million, against a budget of $40 million.[3]

The film was expected to gross $7–9 million from about 3,022 theaters in its opening weekend.[12] However, it only grossed $2 million on its first day and $5.6 million in its opening weekend, finishing 7th at the box office, and making $1 million less than Galifianakis' Masterminds, which debuted to $6.6 million the month before.[13]

Critical response

Keeping Up with the Joneses received generally negative reviews from critics. On Rotten Tomatoes the film has an approval rating of 19% based on 109 reviews with an average rating of 4.4/10. The site's critical consensus reads, "Keeping Up with the Joneses squanders a decent premise -- and a talented cast full of funny people -- on a witless and largely laugh-free suburban spy adventure."[14] On Metacritic, the film has a score 34 out of 100, based on 31 critics, indicating "generally unfavorable reviews".[15] Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of "B–" on an