the harrison family


February 2005 Vanity Fair Cover Photo Shoot

Upon the release of Revenge of the Sith in 2005, then thought to be the last Star Wars film, Annie Leibowitz gathered casts from both trilogies for a massive group photo. It was, essentially, the Star Wars family, all together for the first and probably last time. “That was an amazing moment,” she says. “We called it ‘The Final Chapter.’ We had a sense that there was history going on here.”


A very raw and real video of me talking about what top surgery means to me and the struggles I’ve been having in my family life.


Han Solo and Kylo Ren in the Millenium Falcon’s cockpit

Entering the cockpit ahead of the others, Han Solo scanned the console. A wave of something washed over the Millennium Falcon’s rightful owner. Not nostalgia. That wasn’t part of his makeup. But there was definitely something.

Kylo Ren ignored him as he strode past, his eyes raking every corner of the crashed vessel, looking for he wasn’t sure. Something that might speak to him. Something recognizable, perhaps.There was nothing in the deserted cockpit, but he delayed leaving anyway, settling down in the pilot’s seat. Something

Paul McCartney, John Lennon and George Harrison at the wedding reception held for George’s brother Harry and his bride, Irene, Liverpool, 20 December 1959. Photo © The Harrison Family.

“Our original intention was to be in a band as opposed to having a job. The goals were quite small, really.” - George Harrison, 1987