Again this information hasn't been verified though it sounds like an exciting, if predictable, approach to unearthing this lost chapter in the Star Wars saga.
Abrams says that Leia lives in the film in a way that is mind-blowing to him.
Before premiering the teaser on Friday, director J.J. Abrams stated the movie picks up "some time" after The Last Jedi. They said she will act as a mentor to Cal, but don't expect the traditional Padawan/Jedi Master relationship we've seen before. Rey may have come from nothing, but her rising to be a hero that could save the galaxy was monumental - and recalled the early days of Star Wars when we all thought that Luke was just a farmboy.
The makers have revealed the first look of the highly anticipated global phenomena Star Wars: Episode 9.
The Rise Of Skywalker is the ninth installment in the saga that revolves around the Skywalker family. Considered one of the main characters, along with Luke Skywalker, Han Solo and Leia Organa, only Carrie Fisher's Leia is still alive for "The Rise of Skywalker". Actor Ian McDiarmid confirmed Palpatine's shocking return by appearing on the Celebration stage moments after.
Turkey, Qatar condemn U.S. move against Iran's Revolutionary Guards
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Ackie - a new cast member - revealed her character's name for the first time: Jannah. "We had conversations amongst ourselves, we met with George Lucas before writing the script", Abrams said.
'Star Wars: Episode IX - The Rise of Skywalker' will hit theatres across Canada on December 20, 2019. "All I can really say is the original group are going on this epic, epic adventure together, and I'm so excited about where Jana crosses paths with them".
Star Wars designs decorate United Airline planes debuting this fall.
The introduction of BB-8's new friend, D-O, a one-wheeled robot with a cone-like head.
Gameplay will be compared to Dark Souls, being good at parry like in Sekiro will help, you will feel like a Jedi. But unlike other teasers and trailers that give the whole story away, director J.J. Abrams, executive producer Kathleen Kennedy and the entire Lucasfilm marketing team deliver just enough to whet our appetite for more.