Offbeat Photographer Dad Poses Family in 'Star Wars'-Themed Holiday Cards

07:21  06 december  2017
07:21  06 december  2017 Source:   Inside Edition

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Like many dads, photographer Josh Rossi wanted to put together a series of Christmas cards featuring his family.

Except it seems his anticipation for Star Wars: The Last Jedi, which hits theaters later this month, took precedent during the photo shoot.

“We’re huge Star Wars fans,” Rossi admitted in an interview with InsideEdition.com. “It started when I was a kid. I just loved Star Wars. I played Star Wars games with my friends. We nerded out big time.”

Rossi, starring as Luke, recruited his wife Roxana as Princess Leia, his 3-year-old daughter Nellee as Rey and his 1-year-old son Josh Jr. as Kylo Ren.

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However, when he pitched the idea to his family, they were less excited than he had hoped.

“I assumed my wife was a huge Star Wars fan [but] she had no clue what I was talking about,” he said. “She’s like, ‘I’ve never seen a Star Wars movie before. I’ve been married for five years and I had no idea.”

But on the big day of the shoot, Roxana had studied up on her Star Wars trivia and lived up to her role.

Nellee, who is a familiar face on Rossi’s shoots, also grew into her role as Rey when it was her turn to take the spotlight.

“In the past, I would have to pose my daughter a lot and move her arm and it was really hard to get her into poses,” Rossi said. “This shoot, she was all for it. She put on the costume, she stood in front of the camera and was like, ‘Let’s go.’”

To get their 1-year-old to pose, Rossi said, took a little more cunning, like attaching snacks to the light saber to get him to pay attention.

“My evil goals are being accomplished,” Rossi joked.

He said the family is now looking forward to seeing the new movie together and getting cozy for the holidays.

'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' movie review .
Star Wars: The Force Awakens was such an amazing achievement — with a blend of old familiar characters and new characters that were quickly embraced by fans — that a follow up was undoubtedly a huge undertaking, especially considering the original team of director/writer J.J. Abrams and co-writers Lawrence Kasdan and Michael Arndt were not involved in the new installment. Written and directed by Rian Johnson, Star Wars: The Last Jedi has a different feel to it than its recent predecessor. We’re introduced to a bevy of new characters, including Vice Admiral Amilyn Holdo (Laura Dern), techie Rose (Kelly Marie Tran), and smart aleck DJ (played by the always entertaining Benicio Del Toro). The best part is that we finally get to see more of Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill, who gives an outstanding performance). Luke was only glimpsed in the previous film, but has a much bigger role here as Rey (Daisy Ridley) goes to him for Jedi training. She also desperately wants clues about who her parents are. Surprisingly, she seems to have an ability to communicate telepathically with Kylo Ren (Adam Driver), in a plot turn that’s one of the most fascinating of the film. Pilot Poe (Oscar Isaac) also gets more screen time in this film, and almost fills the empty spot left by Han Solo – a know-it-all rebel who goes by instinct and ignores orders. Finn (John Boyega) spends most of the film with Rose as they try valiantly to fight against The First Order in order to save the rebels.

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