Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker Trailer Confirms Return to Death Star II

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Star Wars followers have been handled to the ultimate trailer for The Rise of Skywalker at the moment, and it is secure to say that it was a doozy. The new footage teased a fairly epic showdown for Rey (Daisy Ridley) and Kylo Ren (Adam Driver), which is ready to honor the films of the “Skywalker Saga” that got here earlier than it. Fans are safely anticipating some callbacks to the unique and prequel trilogy of movies, particularly with Emperor Palpatine (Ian McDiarmid) set to return on this ultimate chapter. Fans, together with Twitter consumer @snrkjj, have identified one fairly epic homage — that Rey and Kylo’s combat seems to be positively happening throughout the ruins of the second Death Star, proper down to the throne room that Anakin and Luke Skywalker fought on in Return of the Jedi.

Fans have speculated nearly because the first trailer debuted that the II can be factoring into the movie, however that element was by no means formally confirmed. And whereas it is unclear precisely what the circumstances are of Rey and Kylo’s showdown, the sequence already serves as a fairly nice homage to the place the franchise started.

“Our film was not simply following what we had began [with The Force Awakens], it was following what we had began after which had been superior by another person [with Star Wars: The Last Jedi]. So there was that, and, lastly, it was resolving 9 films,” Abrams shared in an interview again in April. “While there are some threads of bigger concepts and a few big-picture issues that had been conceived many years in the past and loads of concepts that Lawrence Kasdan and I had after we have been doing Episode VII, the dearth of absolute inevitability, the dearth of a whole construction for this factor, given the best way it was being run, was an infinite problem.”

“It was the most fun it’s been. There was just an energy and a looseness and excitement to the whole production,” Oscar Isaac, who performs Poe Dameron within the franchise, shared in an interview earlier this yr. “And knowing that this was the conclusion of not only our time there but the nine stories, these nine episodes of the Skywalker Saga, it’s incredible. And I think people are gonna be just blown away.”

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