Star Wars: The Last Jedi trailer — Luke Skywalker reunites with Millennium Falcon
Star Wars: The Last Jedi's latest trailer was recently unveiled and it has the entire fandom even more excited (if that's possible) for the film's release
Star Wars: The Last Jedi's latest trailer was recently unveiled during Game 7 of the World Series and it has the entire fandom even more excited (if that's possible) for the film's release.
There are quite a few special sequences in this particular trailer: some of the standout snippets are a teaser of Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill) reuniting with the Millennium Falcon as he steps inside, an adorable appearance by Porg, Finn embroiled in battle with Captain Phasma and a very angry Kylo Ren giving full reign to his wrath. The trailer ends on a pretty sinister and cryptic note, with Skywalker concluding “This is not going to go the way you think.”
The tagline of the trailer is "Darkness rises, and light to meet it."
Star Wars: The Last Jedi is directed by Rian Johnson and stars Hamill alongside Daisy Ridley as Rey, John Boyega playing Finn, Adam Driver (Kylo Ren), Gwendoline Christie as Captain Phasma, Andy Serkis taking on the role of Snoke, Oscar Isaac as Poe Dameron, Lupita Nyong’o playing Maz Kanata, Domhnall Gleeson as General Hux, Anthony Daniels (C-3PO), the late Carrie Fisher in the beloved role of General Leia, Benicio Del Toro and Laura Dern.
The film is all set to hit theatres on 15 December.
Watch the trailer of Star Wars: The Last Jedi here
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