People! Don't stress! There's room enough in the Star Wars universe for all.
The trailer also features glimpses of several other characters and quick cuts that leave viewers with more questions than answers. It's clear that The Last Jedi will have a strong focus on Rey and her Jedi training, and the trailer hints at a darkness taking hold of her... will she remain true to herself or let the darkness overpower her? So let's go through the trailer, piece by piece, and see if we can ruin some surprises for when the movie arrives on December 15.
These dramatic words represent the only line Oscar Isaac's Poe Dameron utters during the new trailer for Star Wars: The Last Jedi. Here are five things to think about while waiting for December 15. "You saw the Millennium Falcon" and "Harrison Ford's appearance" were key positives. Just say something natural like, "What do you think Jedi Master Luke was up to on Ahch-To all those years until Rey showed up?"
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It certainly leads nicely into the more shocking of the potential revelations in the trailer, which seemingly shows Rey considering joining the Dark Side.More news: Hundreds of thousands march in Barcelona against Catalan independence
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In the clip Carrie, who has been playing Leia since the 1977 original, is seen looking troubled as the voice-over from her on-screen son, Kylo Ren (Adam Driver) suggests he's going to blow up her ship. We know General Leia considers him one of The Resistance's top pilots, and he'll surely play a role in the battles to come. He want to impress Supreme Leader Snoke (Andy Serkis), proving that he has more darkness in him than light.
A long, long time ago, in a galaxy not that far away, the trailer for Star Wars Episode 1: The Phantom Menace opened with the promise that "every generation has a legend".
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Kylo Ren might turn Rey?