Have you ever wanted to watch John Williams conduct a scoring session for a Star Wars film? Silly question, right? Of course you have! It’s a dream we all share, but few will actually experience. StarWars.com has shared a featurette that comes close to giving us an idea of what it would be like if that dream came true, along with other highlights from the filming of The Last Jedi.
Sit alongside the orchestra as John Williams conducts. Look around the Crait trenches as cameras roll. Check out the strange beings on the Canto Bight set. Thanks to a special new video, it’s like you’re there — inside the making of Star Wars: The Last Jedi.
StarWars.com is excited to share a just-released featurette that goes behind the scenes of Star Wars: The Last Jedi — and the recording of its score — in stunning 360 VR. You can click and drag the screen to change the perspective of the video, allowing for a uniquely immersive experience. Check it out below!
Star Wars: The Last Jedi is available to purchase now!
Credit to VR Studio SunnyBoy Entertainment for creating the experience.
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