What's Missing From The 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' Trailer?

Oscar Cross
October 11, 2017

Yesterday evening, during halftime of Monday Night Football, a brand new Trailer dropped for Star Wars: The Last Jedi.

Speaking to the official Star Wars website, Pablo said: 'Porgs are native to Ahch-To, and can be found dwelling along the cliffs of the island where Luke and Rey are. 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?

Tickets are already on sale from a number of providers (IMAX, Fandango, Cinemark, AMC, Alamo Drafthouse, Atom Tickets, MovieTickets.com), but check below for the trailer in case you need a little more convincing.

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. Now, he is seen looking shocked at Rey's power, which reminds him of his failure with Ben Solo.

Or could she even be at one with both sides of The Force?


The last thing we see is Rey getting tortured by Supreme Leader Snoke and her asking Kylo to "show me my place in all this". But Disney has given us some ointment in the form of a final trailer for the film before its Christmas release. "It didn't scare me enough then", Skywalker says as shots of Rey using the Force are shown.

The new trailer gives us our latest look at the most anticipated film of the year, which brings us back to the galaxy far, far away.

Tributes, naturally, poured in following the loss of the actor who made Princess-turned-General Leia a household name, including a moving salute to her work on the Star Wars saga during Star Wars Celebration in Orlando this past April. This could be flashback scene from when Kylo and his Knights of Ren burned the Jedi temple to the ground.

According to social media analysts Talkwalker, the trailer has prompted more than 380,000 mentions since it was released.

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