Behind the Scenes of TIME’s Star Wars with photographer Marco Grob

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“The moment you meet BB-8, you build up some form of weird human connection,” says Marco Grob (website), who photographed the new Star Wars character for this week’s TIME cover. “It has one eye that has this really cute way of looking at you. It’s just incredible.” ( text via time.com )


Meet the Cast of "Star Wars: The Force Awakens." Image 3 of 6 Star Wars cast member Gwendoline Christie poses for Swiss photographer Marco Grob (@marcogrob) for @TIME's latest cover story. Christie has made a career of playing strong women: Brienne of Tarth on Game of Thrones, Comander Lume in The Hunger Games series and now, Captain Phasma in the upcoming Star Wars sequel. Her costume has particular significance, she tells TIME. "It is rare that women get to play a character and below the neck they are really covered up to the extent that you cannot really see the flesh outlines of their body," she says. "It felt really progressive to me. And consequently I'm very proud to play this part because yeah, you look at her and she looks badass. But also it means something much deeper and it represents something of proper progressive thought." Go behind the scenes of TIME's #StarWars photo shoot at LightBox.time.com. Photo taken at Pinewood Studios London on Oct. 29, 2015.
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Meet the Cast of "Star Wars: The Force Awakens." Image 1 of 6 Swiss photographer Marco Grob (@marcogrob) captures Star Wars cast members, including Oscar Isaac who takes on the role of X-wing pilot Poe Dameron, for @TIME's latest cover story. His character, a leader in the fight against the First Order in the new sequel, is befitting, he says, as he recalls reenacting fight scenes as a child with his uncle and cousins. "We would throw Star Wars-themed parties and collect the toys and dress up as the characters and actually memorize the fight scenes, the duels," he says. "We’d try to reenact them with the lightsabers, but to a T. You know, say, “'okay no no no he goes left, right, left, right and then down.'" Go behind the scenes of TIME's #StarWars photo shoot at LightBox.time.com. Photo taken in Madrid, Spain on Oct. 31, 2015.
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