The Force Awakens helmer J.J. Abrams returned to direct Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker and he's set to, in his own words, "cohesively" wrap up the eight films that came before it. "No one does", Rey (Daisy Ridley) says as she's the prominent fixture throughout the trailer.
The blockbuster, directed by JJ Abrams, will bring to an end the nine-part saga that began with the original Star Wars in 1977.
What I did like, however, was what appeared to be Palpatine's throne in the final moments of the trailer, as well as Rey staring at a hooded figure looking back at her.
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Disney just released the final Rise of Skywalker trailer, and we get some big teases from the final chapter.
Fan favourites Luke Skywalker and Princess Leia made an appearance, with the latter's involvement coming on what would have been the late Carrie Fisher's 63rd birthday. Already this year, Disney became the first studio in Hollywood history to release five films with box-office grosses north of $1 billion.
An awesome saga comes to an end and we're getting emotional.
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Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker is in cinemas December 19. Spoilers ahead, if you don't even want to know anything about the film.
Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker hits theaters this December 20th and we're all about to witness Rey, Poe, and Finn take on Kylo Ren and the rest of the First Order in an epic battle. We went into this thing knowing it has to be an ending.
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