Teaser Trailer Of The Star Wars Movie Released
"No one is ever really gone," says the voice of Luke Skywalker in the brand new teaser of Star Wars: Episode IX, that will highlight the arrival of the malicious Emperor Palpatine to undermine young champion Rey and the Resistance. Disney showed the fans going to the Star Wars Celebration convention in Chicago the first footage from the motion picture, which will be released in theatres in December and will finish up the story that started in 1977.
A villainous cackle was heard toward the finish of the trailer, and the on-screen character who played Palpatine in past movies, Ian McDiarmid, walked in front of an audience to loud applause from a crowd of people of around 10,000 fans, many waving colourful lightsabers. As soon as the Rise of Skywalker's trailer was released, it had been seen online around 11 million times.
The closely guarded movie from director J.J. Abrams will put a conclusion to the Skywalker adventure that started more than 40 years prior, however even as characters and performing artists have passed on, the footage appeared at Star Wars Celebration proposes that similarly as with all Star Wars films, demise is only a detail quite a while back in a cosmic system far, far away.
Director J.J. Abrams, talking close by a bunch of cast individuals, said the motion picture happens sometime after the occasions of the 2017 film The Last Jedi. The footage demonstrated a hug between Princess Leia, played by the late Carrie Fisher, and Rey (Daisy Ridley). Fisher passed away in 2016, however, J.J. Abrams said that in an "abnormal wonder," he had the capacity to sort out the unused film from Last Jedi to proceed with the dearest character's story. “Princess Leia lives in this film in a way that’s mind-blowing for me,” he said.