A Model Of The Millenium Falcon Starship
A model of the Millenium Falcon starship is displayed during press day for the exhibit "Star Wars Identities" at the "Cite du Cinema" movie studios in Saint-Denis, near Paris, February 13, 2014. The exhibit, which explores the theme where visitors identify themselves with a Star Wars character, will run from February 15, 2014 to June 30, 2014. Reuters

Fans have so far seen the Millennium Falcon from previous leaked images on the set of "Star Wars: The Force Awakens." However, recent photo of the iconic ship revealed a new look at Han Solo and Chewbacca's aircraft.

An "updated and refined" look at the Millennium Falcon graces the pages of Fortune magazine. As per Star Wars Underworld, the latest issue of the publication also features the Falcon as a background image on the cover page with Walt Disney Co. CEO Bob Iger at the forefront. Another photo taken from the publication also shows Iger posing with the iconic ship behind him. This is believed to be the same appearance of the ship previously released in a video teaser.

The new Fortune magazine issue will be released next month and will reportedly feature six different forms of the Millennium Falcon. These styles allegedly include a range "from a skeletal version of the Millennium Falcon" to a "textured render amalgamated" using Photoshop to come up with the final picture. According to Star Wars Underworld, Fortune was permitted by "The Force Awakens" visual effects art director Yannick Dusseault and his team members to choose one of the styles for its front cover. Iger's photos were reportedly taken earlier this month and were then given to Industrial Light & Magic, or ILM, to "work their magic". The photos were then edited to include the Falcon.

"Star Wars: The Force Awakens" will supposedly feature two versions of the Millennium Falcon. What fans have seen so far is believed to be just one version. A previous report from Making Star Wars claimed a smaller version also exists and it's called "The Carousel." Writer Jason Ward said he's seen a concept photo of the ship. Its brown-coloured ramp supposedly resembles that of the Star Destroyer seen in "Attack of the Clones." Additionally, Ward said "The Carousel" has "great grey metallic floor" with ornate stripes of yellow and brown. From the photo, Ward supposed the ship has already seen better days based on the presence of some blaster marks and ridges on its dirty wall. However, this detail has yet to be confirmed by Lucasfilm or Disney.

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