The Trailer For 'Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker' Has Arrived

What 'Star Wars' fans thought of the final 'The Rise of Skywalker' trailer

What 'Star Wars' fans thought of the final 'The Rise of Skywalker' trailer

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On Monday night U.S. time, though, the trailer for Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker launched, with tickets going on sale for the last film in the series that has been running since 1977.

The trailer also includes more from Emperor Palpatine, the deceased (?) Sith Lord who was teased with merely a snippet of laughter at the end of the previous trailer.

The surviving Resistance faces the First Order once more as Rey, Finn and Poe Dameron's journey continues. Kylo... then Luke and, finally, Leia.

The trailer boasts great visuals and moments we love the franchise for and the swelling orchestral music that suits the grand experience we know we'll have. This is the first time we'll see all of these characters together in one film fighting as a team.

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Those shots of the TIE Fighters and the Falcon surrounded by ships are obvious, immediate stand-outs, but there's a lot to process in there. We get to analyze it and cry over the conclusion to the latest trilogy. And just behind her? We lift them up to The Emperor. And that hovering figure with Rey? So, where is this new trailer taking us? The Skywalker Saga is entering its final hours - and it is, as an angry young wayward force user once said, time to let old things die.

It also still didn't give away much.

This is it. The final trailer of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker arrived today, bringing every emotion you have ever felt to the forefront.

The Rise of Skywalker won't reach theaters until December 20th but the mega-release from Disney's Lucasfilm Ltd. was already breaking records on Monday night.

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