The war for the domination of the galaxy has yet to begin
The new trailer begins with Kylo Ren, played by Adam Driver, who observes the construction of weapons that will be used by the First Order. The voice of supreme leader Snoke – the character of Andy Serkis – recites in the background a few words that are not very reassuring: “When I found you, I saw a crude, indomitable power.” But beware: It is not clear if the phrase refers to apprentice Kylo or another character (has anyone Rey thought?).
Immediately afterward, he moves to an AT-AT team that runs through the desolate lands of the planet Crait, a mining base as well as the rebellious center of the rebels (chosen by Princess Leia in person). The quiet does not last long: the personal car of Kylo Ren makes his first appearance, followed by a series of Stormtrooper advancing to ‘ inside of what seems to be a cave of crimson colors.
Where are they heading? What is their primary goal? Another sequence breakthrough: we are now in a red room, with inside the Praetorian guards intending to defend the place. Kylo Ren (still with the helmet intact) gathers his laser sword from the ground. Is this perhaps an event before the events of The Awakening of the Force? Attention is then shifted to Rey’s character, played by Daisy Ridley, who seems to continue his workout with Luke Skywalker (again with Mark Hamill’s face) on the Ahch-To planet. Rey handles the laser sword to Luke, who grabs with his mechanical limb that we learned to know about The Return of the Jedi.
Something strange seems to disturb the protagonist of the original trilogy: Rey’s “Force” seems to scare somehow Luke, who confesses to seeing such energy only once in the past (Luke’s bionic hand is raised from carbonized rubble ) presumably when dealing with Ben Solo / Kylo Ren. If it was not scared before, it is now, says the old Skywalker master. A fear that will cost him dear, one way or the other. reads the old Skywalker master. A fear that will cost him dear, one way or the other. reads the old Skywalker master. A fear that will cost him dear, one way or the other.
Use Strength, Rey
The trailer comes back heavily on Kylo’s figure, heavily scratched in the face, starred in a sequence of images taken from a battle between the spaceships of the Resistance and those of the First Order. Ren airplane, the one to be a new Tie model, points straight to the “Raddus”, a flagship inside which appears to be General Leia Organa. His finger is on the fire button: Will he also kill his mother after eliminating his father Han Solo? Stacco: The Millennium Falcon piloted by Chewbecca seems to be extinct in a rocky setting that would seem to be once again brought back to the Crait planet.
Next to her, an exemplary mahogany of Porg, the little wild animals on the planet Ahch-to. Space then to comprimari, such as Poe Dameron (Oscar Isaac), a victim of a first-order surprise attack, followed by sequences from a recent duel between Capitan Phasma (Gwendoline Christie) and the striker “traitor” Finn (John Boyega) dressed in a strange black uniform (that she was disguised in the row of the enemy?). The tension is at the top: the Supremacy spaceship, the flagship of supreme leader Snoke, attacks the fleets of rebellion (BB-8 seems to have the consequences, victim of a direct laser beam against the small robot). Luke Skywalker’s voice again confuses the viewer:
“This story will not go as you think.” Who will refer this time? Does Kylo Ren? Or directly to Rey after the end of his training? In closing, there are successes of duels, animals never seen before (like a fascinating fox of ice) and especially the Snoke leader who seems to hold Rey down, whispering “fulfill your destiny.” That conversion to the Dark Side of the Force is the grand finale of this eighth episode? The concluding sequence of the trailer, which sees Kylo stretch out his hand to Rey, seems to be almost validating this theory, although it can of course be a workmanship made to art to confuse traces.
We will only find out the truth when it almost seems to validate this theory, though it may of course be a workmanship made to art to confuse traces. We will only find out the truth when it almost seems to validate this theory, though it may of course be a workmanship made to art to confuse traces. We will only find out the truth whenStar Wars: The Last Jedi will arrive at the cinema, from 13 December this year.