Disney debuted its highly-anticipated first trailer for "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" at a fan event in the United States, sending the internet into a frenzy of excitement - and speculation. Though there weren't any shots with Luke on Rey's back, it can be surmised by the trailer that dagobah esque training sequences will make up a fair bit of the film between the two.
The movie stars were on hand during the 2017 Star Wars Celebration at the Orange County Convention Center. She said the film will go "deep" into Rey's story and reveal how it can be hard meeting your heroes - presumably alluding to a cranky Skywalker.
Speaking at the Star Wars Celebration in Orlando, Florida, he said: "As attracted as I was to her, I thought I couldn't handle her as a girlfriend". After appearing in The Force Awakens, the actress will once again show up on the silver screen in The Last Jedi, and has a fairly large role in it from what we understand.
Maybe we'll still have same Leia or maybe they'll give her a loving send off. We also see her doing some very sweet lightsaber moves and she even movies some rocks with her force powers. It will be hard to imagine a world in which we are disappointed with Luke, but that doesn't mean the main character in the movie will be equally thrilled with him.More news: LeBron James Gives Kendrick Lamar Fans a Preview of 'Damn' on Instagram
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The previous film took in receipts of more than $2 billion and became the third highest grossing movie of all time.
"Sadly, Carrie will not be in Nine". Anakin's mother Shmi claimed her child had no father (and was basically an immaculate Force conception) but that's always sounded like a load of bantha fodder to me. I feel like that's what's happened with Carrie. In The Last Jedi, it's a test for all the characters, but specially for Finn. Late actress Carrie Fisher plays General Leia Organa; the filming of her scenes was completed before her death on 27 December, 2016. Kennedy told ABC News Friday that Fisher, who died in December, will not appear in the planned ninth "Star Wars" film. The end of the Jedi could throw the franchise's central morality struggle into chaos.
The original "Star Wars" opened on May 25, 1977.