C-3PO Strikes A STAR WARS VII Pose On Studio Ciné Live Magazine Cover
Apparently you can't have a new Star Wars film without including the two droids, R2-D2 and C-3PO. French magazine Studio Ciné Live has C-390 on their cover promoting Star Wars: Episode VII.
C-3PO, sometimes spelled See-Threepio and often referred to as Threepio, was a bipedal, humanoid protocol droid designed to interact with organics, programmed primarily for etiquette and protocol. He was fluent in over six million forms of communication, and developed a fussy and worry-prone personality throughout his many decades of operation. After being destroyed and discarded on the planet Tatooine before 32 BBY, C-3PO was rebuilt; his salvaged nature gave him special qualities that distinguished him from similar droid models. Along with his counterpart, the astromech droid R2-D2, C-3PO constantly found himself directly involved in pivotal moments of galactic history, and aided in saving the galaxy on many occasions. C-3PO considered various droids and organics to be friends of his, and was very dedicated to them, as well as to any master that he served. - starwars.wikia.com
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