Daisy Ridley, as Rey, in a scene from "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" official trailer. But be warned, it may give away more than you'd like from a Star Wars trailer. "I've seen this raw strength only once before", he tells her, ".and it scared me enough then - it does now". Well, we can help you out, which is a good thing because this is probably only the beginning of the porg-volution.
The latest trailer for "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" was full of action and a few spoilers, but it also begged more questions than it answered.
With Luke not willing to teach Rey to control her power, of course she'll seek out a darker, quicker, easier path instead to get that same knowledge.
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Star Wars: The Last Jedi will be released on December 15. This is possibly the First Order attack Kylo Ren leads against the Resistance, which we get a peek at earlier in the trailer.
It's no surprise Luke will shepherd Rey in her use of the Force, educating her on the Light and Dark sides. Rey is talking about needing someone to show her the path she is supposed to be on. First: No, we're not over the loss of Carrie Fisher, and it is going to be very unusual watching this movie without her.
Along with directing and editing The Last Jedi, Rian Johnson had specific requirements for what was allowed to be shown in marketing for the new movie. These premium events will include exclusive content, collectible Star Wars trading cards, and a special concession offer. 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. Then there's the hint that Ren and Rey could work together, leading to further speculation about Rey's heritage (as the main new lightsaber-wielder without a clear Skywalker or Kenobi connection).