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The Best Fan-Made 'Star Wars' Sequel Poster You'll Find Online

What will the original cast of Star Wars look like when they (supposedly) return to the franchise in 2015 for Star Wars Episode VII: Holy Crap, We Got Old!?** While we wait for J.J. Abrams to fill out his Star Wars cast with a mix of the old and new, fans are already taking to the interwebs to present their visions for what may be one of the biggest sequels of all time. 

Thanks to illustrator Adam Schickling for creating this beautiful poster for the eventual sequel, which not only envisions what an older Luke, Leia, Han and Lando might look like (what, Chewbacca don't age too?), but it's all done in the style of iconic poster artist Drew Struzan, known for creating many of the old Star Wars and Indiana Jones posters you grew up obsessed with.

Check it out below, and if there's a better fan-made poster out there then we'd love to see it. 

**Unfortunately for those of us with a sense of humor, this is not the official title for the next Star Wars movie. 

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