Lucasfilm debuted its highly anticipated second trailer for "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" on Monday, hinting at dark times ahead for the Resistance and possibly even the end of Leia. And honestly, it feels like a great time to be alive for Star Wars fans.
There will also be some opening night festivities at select IMAX theaters, including collectible Star Wars trading cards, and a special concession offer.
Kylo and Daisy Ridley's Rey are the main focus of the two-and-a-half minute clip, with the film tackling the next chapter of Rey's epic journey. "It didn't scare me enough then". For that matter, is it a surprise that we haven't seen Canto Bight, the much-teased casino city on screen yet?
They were apparently inspired by puffins who live on the island that was used to film much of Luke Skywalker's scene in the 2015 film Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Here are five things to think about while waiting for December 15.
Star Wars The Last Jedi tickets are officially going on sale tonight, and here's how you can be prepared for the coming online purchase battle. "I need someone to show me my place in all this", she says. There's also plenty of Luke in this one, and his sister Leia (the late Carrie Fisher who finished work on the film before she died).
The more than two-minute trailer is the first deep look fans have seen into what could possibly be happening in the next film, which is scheduled to be released on December 15. As expected, Rey is honing her Jedi skills with Luke, but as the trailer reveals, there are going to be quite a few dark moments for both of them along the way. There's more mystery, more impending doom, more tiny cute characters that could sell billions of dollars worth of merchandise alone.
Kylo Ren might turn Rey? Like always, Mr. Sunday Movieson Youtube goes for an in-depth breakdown of the trailer, and as a bonus, he also seeks to delve into some plotholes in the original and prequel trilogy.