Jewish Stars and Droids Take Over 'Star Wars' Premiere by the Forward

Jewish Stars and Droids Take Over 'Star Wars' Premiere

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The Force was strong at last night’s star-studded premiere of “Star Wars: The Force Awakens.” Celebrities and fans alike shared the red carpet with a squadron of storm troopers, droids and at least one Yoda. Below are some of our favorite moments:

Looks like between director J.J. Abrams and the original intergalactic heartthrob, Han Solo, a.k.a. Harrison Ford.

Carrie Fisher, sans iconic hair buns, embraces costar John Boyega.

Just when you think you can’t love Joseph Gordon-Levitt more, here he comes down the carpet all green and absolutely adorable.

Josh Gad, the voice of Olaf from Disney’s “Frozen”, strikes a pose with some friendly storm troopers.

Steven Spielberg — who recommended Abrams for the job — was out to support everyone with his wife Kate Capshaw.

Some dear old friends also stopped by to share in the fun.

And while we’re at it, let’s give a shout out to another amazing little green guy:

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Maia Efrem

Maia Efrem

Maia Efrem is the former research editor and assistant to the editor and was also responsible for the Forward’s annual Salary Survey. Previously she served as the editor of Blognik Beat, a blog written by students who emigrated from or have ties to the Former Soviet Union. Maia is a graduate of Hunter College and Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism.

Jewish Stars and Droids Take Over 'Star Wars' Premiere

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