Now, it has the quirkiest parody yet — a re-edit in the cutesy, iconic style of Wes Anderson. Yes, if Star Wars: The Force Awakens starred Bill Murray and had 1960s British invasion rock on the soundtrack its trailer might look something like this.
But if you’re digging the aesthetic, don’t get your hopes up. Anderson has already said that, although the Star Wars films have greatly influenced him, he doesn’t think he has what it takes to direct one. “I don’t know if I have all the right action chops,” he once told Deadline, “But at least I know the characters from the old films.”
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