FiveThirtyEight has a special tie to The Force Awakens, which will be in theaters this Friday.
We’ve written extensively about it, but what if it wasn’t the first time you’d seen it?
It’s a big, important movie, with a ton of new information to take in.
But how does it hold up?
Let’s dive into some key things that make it different from its predecessors.
The Force Awakens is more focused on the events of the first film than the second.
The first film saw a lot of new characters and new events.
And we saw the First Order conquering a new galaxy.
But we also saw a ton more of the original trilogy.
With the first one, it was mostly focused on Luke Skywalker and his adventures in the Death Star.
With the second, it is a much bigger universe, with much more of its events taking place.
This means that it is less reliant on familiar story arcs, like Luke and Leia’s romance and Han and Chewie’s romance.
And that means it is much more focused.
Here’s a quick rundown of the key points of The Force Awaits:Luke Skywalker is in hiding as the First Lord of the Sith.
After defeating the First Sith Lord, he goes to a cave and discovers a dark secret.
Han and Chewbacca are now Jedi apprentices.
When they are training, Chewbacas eyesight is damaged.
Obi-Wan Kenobi is dead.
Ben Kenobi and Obi-Wan are the parents of the boy who will become Luke Skywalker.
In the first movie, it wasn