‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ Latest News: First Look At Trailer; Luke Asks Rey: ‘Who Are You?’
"Star Wars: The Last Jedi" latest news reveal that a trailer was recently screened for Disney shareholders. Daniel Miller of the Los Angeles Times witnessed the event and tweeted some of the things that he saw. His tweets are the latest news that fans of the space saga can savor the moment.
Luke Skywalker Was Sorely Missed
One of the big surprises in the last installment of the movie was the marked absence of one of the main protagonists of the space saga - Luke Skywalker. He was only seen in the very last scene of episode 8 when the film is just about to end. And that even whetted the appetite of the fans for "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" latest news.
Luke Will Be Seen And Heard
Now, for the first time, they will not only see Luke but will also hear him in the teaser clip. The video showed the scene that picked up from the very last scene in episode 8 where Rey is giving Luke his old lightsaber. Since Luke doesn't know Rey, he asks: "Who are you?" And that was the first few words fans will hear from Luke according to "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" latest news.
This Clip Could Be A Preview Of The Official Trailer
Although the video clip was not really a trailer, it is likely that the same will be shown in the official trailer at the Star Wars Celebration this year. "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" latest news reveals that It was actually composed of the very first scene of episode eight and a montage of different scenes.
There Were A Lot Of Exotic Scenes
As for the "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" latest news from Daniel Miller, he said that Finn, General Leia Organa, and Chewbacca appeared in the teaser trailer. He said he also saw a lot of film settings, such as deserts, mountains, forests, and oceans. The clip also showed an X-Wing wobbling in the air, trying to evade firepower from inside a giant ship.
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