The new "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" teaser shows a mini reunion after 34 years. But should it have been shown?
Since it's now November, we can officially say "The Last Jedi" opens next month. A new teaser just came out, recycling some footage from previous trailers (including the porg) but adding several new tidbits as well.
One addition shows Luke Skywalker returning to the Millennium Falcon for the first time since "Star Wars: Return of the Jedi" came out in 1983.
That could've been a special moment saved for the movie. Some fans are actively avoiding the new teasers, but the image of Luke in the Falcon is now all over the Internet. Someone who didn't want to see it is going to see it. There will probably be plenty of other special moments in the movie. But it further fuels the debate of how much is too much to tease ahead of time.
Fans were left with more than that image, though, including questions about whether Rey is fully turning toward The Dark Side.
Me: who r Reys parents— Joseph Depakakibo (@jdepak) November 2, 2017
Me: does Luke turn to the dark side?
Also me: do Rey and Luke fight?
Also me: does Rey turn to the dark side? pic.twitter.com/V1CIDKzHTl
WHY WAS REY STANDING OVER LUKE WITH THE LIGHT SABER....SHE BETTER NOT pic.twitter.com/Vn9VGNplMp— holly jolly (@darlingsoIo) November 2, 2017
That final shot of Rey IS NOT a deceptive edit, BTW. https://t.co/rMbz6KqwKe— Jeremy Conrad (@ManaByte) November 2, 2017
The final shot in the last trailer was a deceptive edit. Rey is taking to Chewie. This final shot is accurate.— Jeremy Conrad (@ManaByte) November 2, 2017
Meaning she ignites in response to/defiance of Luke?— Ian Coe (@TheRealIanCoe) November 2, 2017
Guys I'm starting to worry about Rey pic.twitter.com/toCgVIYVjH— Tim Baysinger (@tim_bays) November 2, 2017
Luke in the Falcon!! Full on chills... https://t.co/zNka4YyDbQ— Nicolas Sciarrino (@JediNick01) November 2, 2017
I Meant it when I said "I don't want to see another trailer for #TheLastJedi". So I'll probably just not watch this new one.— Jeremy Jahns (@JeremyJahns) November 2, 2017
"Star Wars: The Last Jedi" opens in theaters Friday, Dec. 15.
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