Watch the first teaser for Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker

Watch the first teaser for Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker

"Nobody's at any point truly gone." 

At the point when Luke Skywalker said it to his sister Leia toward the finish of The Last Jedi, these were encouraging statements. Presently, they are expressions of caution. 

The aggravation you just felt in the Force? That was the new secret for Episode IX — presently titled Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker — dropping on the universe. 

Chief J.J. Abrams gave fans their first investigate Episode IX on Friday at Star Wars Celebration in Chicago by appearing the first trailer for the Dec. 20 film. 

The motion picture guarantees to be an end to the "Skywalker family adventure," which makes the new title hauntingly amusing. 

Toward the end, we get two unnerving minutes — one is the vestiges of a Death Star iris, presently framing a rusting mountain run over the outside of an outside world. 

As Rey takes a gander at it, we hear a natural chortle — it is The Emperor himself. 

Just before we hear that vile chuckle, we hear Luke Skywalker state: "Nobody's each truly gone." 

(At the point when the trailer finished at Celebration, on-screen character Ian McDiarmid — who breathed life into Emperor Palpatine in the first movies and prequels — showed up in front of an audience. In the character's mark snarl, he stated: "Move it AGAIN!") 

Daisy Ridley returns as the forager turned-Force-warrior Rey, Adam Driver digs further into dimness as Kylo Ren, the intemperate child of Leia and Han; and John Boyega and Kelly Marie Tran are additionally back as confirmation that untouchables and nobodies can at present ascent up as saints, not battling what they abhor, however ensuring what they cherish. 

Carrie Fisher, who passed on in 2016, gets a drapery to bring in this film by a method for an excellent prior film of her General Organa. In the single shot of her in secret, she holds onto Rey as a solitary tear moves down the more youthful lady's cheek. 

Superstar X-wing pilot Poe Dameron (Oscar Isaac) pilots a tractor-track driven speeder through the sand ridges with C-3PO standing watch toward the back. 

We additionally got the opportunity to see Billy Dee Williams return as Lando Calrissian, guiding the Millennium Falcon by and by close by Joonas Suotamo's Chewbacca. The smooth old clock can't contain his delight. 

Even though Mark Hamill wasn't at Celebration, he is back in the new motion picture, satisfying his "See you around, kid" vow to Kylo Ren. 

C-3PO on-screen character Anthony Daniels, the main entertainer to have a job in every Star Wars film, is likewise back, this time as a to some degree increasingly fearsome variant of the brilliant convention droid. 

Newcomers to the cast incorporate Naomi Ackie, Richard E. Allow, and Keri Russell. See the secret blurb underneath and get more subtleties on the up and coming film from our recap of the board.


Watch the first teaser for Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker Watch the first teaser for Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker Reviewed by OMAR AHMED on April 14, 2019 Rating: 5

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