Here's our first close-up look at The Force Awakens' Millennium Falcon

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Dec 29, 2014, 4:45 PM EST (Updated)

Disney CEO Bob Iger took the cover of this month’s Fortune magazine, with a lengthy feature focused on the exec’s work to turn the Mouse House into the biggest studio on the planet.

Though the lengthy feature is an interesting read for anyone who wants to dig into the business side of Hollywood, it’s light on actual Star Wars and Marvel news. But that doesn’t mean it can’t bring some pretty pictures.

Along with the article, the cover shot features a nice high-detailed look at the film’s version of the Millennium Falcon, which admittedly looks a lot like the old Millennium Falcon. One major point: It looks awesome, and it definitely does have a replacement satellite dish for the one damaged in the original trilogy. Love the little details.

Along with the magazine cover shot (below), the feature also includes a behind-the-scenes composite shot (above) of Iger standing in front of the Falcon created by Industrial Light & Magic. It’s pretty nifty, and you just keep waiting for the ship to take off and start duking it out with the Death Star.

Star Wars: The Force Awakens opens Dec. 18, 2015.

(Via The Hollywood Reporter)

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