Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker is the final film in the nine-movie Star Wars Saga that kicked off in 1977 with Star Wars: A New Hope. The emotion-packed trailer dropped early Tuesday morning and it offers an emotional rollercoaster ride for all fans. "The story lives forever", is the bittersweet theme surrounding Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, which marks the end of the beloved Skywalker saga. Fisher, who died in 2016 at the age of 60, appears in the film in a performance pieced together through unused footage from "The Force Awakens".
Apart from the dramatic battle scenes, the trailer is also packed with emotional scenes that are sure to leave ardent fans teary-eyed.
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Return of the Jedi eventually went with a more conventional sci-fi chair command chair for its climactic sequence where Emperor Palpatine torments young Luke Skywalker. Whatever questions Star Wars fans have been theorising will finally be answered in December 2019 but the final trailer, which released a few hours back, give us a sneak-peek at the ultimate end! "Long have I waited", said Palpatine over an image of his throne. We also caught glimpses of C-3PO with new red eyes, a sky full of Star Destroyers and Rey and Kylo Ren in yet another lightsaber duel.
The trailer ends with Hamill's Skywalker saying, "the Force will be with you".
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The trailer initially shows Rey training on her own and later preparing to face off against Kylo on top of a ship (in the rain, no less, because that makes things so much more dramatic, doesn't it?).
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