Final 'Rise of Skywalker' trailer debuts

Final 'Rise of Skywalker' trailer debuts

Final 'Rise of Skywalker' trailer debuts

The sinister stone throne revealed the new Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker trailer was actually first conceived a long, long time ago.

The final trailer of "Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker" is here, and it promises to be a befitting end to the epic saga spanning over 40 years.

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Rise of Skywalker is set to open on December 20th according to the billboards... which means it's actually opening the evening of December 19th in much of the United States due to midnight screenings and timezone rules.

Will the Sith hit the fan as Rey turns to the dark side of the Force, or will Luke's sage teachings keep her on the path of good?

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"Long have I waited, and now your coming together is your undoing", Palpatine says. Even C-3PO got emotional during this trailer.

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.

Here's the full trailer, The Rise of Skywalker will be released on 20 December 2019.

Gone is the cross-universe sexual tension between Star Wars' big-hitters seen in previous instalment, The Last Jedi. Let us know below! "The story lives forever", the trailer promises to close off the narrative that began with rural boy Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill) finding himself caught up in an intergalactic battle in George Lucas's original, groundbreaking film, A New Hope. The footage showed a hug between Princess Leia, played by the late Fisher, and Rey (Daisy Ridley).

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