\"Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker\" trailer: The saga comes to an end in eye-popping fashion
In the first trailer of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, Rey, Poe, Finn and Kylo Ren are coming to an end. After a few months of anticipation from Star Wars fans, director J. J. Abrams and Lucas film company president Catherine Kennedy finally released the trailer for the film at a group meeting of the Star Wars celebrations in Chicago. The latest Star Wars movie will end a trilogy that begins with Abrams -- The director, force awakening, continues to direct The Last Jedi, directed by Lane Johnson. The rise of Skywalker is touted as the end of the legend of Skywalker. Actors Daisy Ridley, John Boyaga, Oscar Isaac, and Adam Devor are all returning to re-interpret the role they originally played in the force awakening. Keri Russell and Richard E are playing new roles. Grant recently joined the team after winning his first Oscar nomination for \"Can you forgive me, \"while franchise veterans Mark Hamir and the late Kylie Fisher will again appear as Luke Skywalker and Leia Organa. Abrams turned to the unused lens of Fisher in Force awakening in order to incorporate Leia into the final chapter. Read More IndieWire: Disney revealed the release date and price of Disney, the \"permanent home\" of the ContentAbrams brand, which released Skywalker rise on February 15. The filmmaker told toFast companlier lier this month that he is currently in the post Make and have confidence in the content in the editorial room. \"I think we got to a place -- There is nothing more confident than what I deserve -- \"I think we\'re in a place where there might be something very special,\" Abrams said . \". \"So when I got home, I was very pleased. at Bad Robot] I am grateful that I must do so. Most importantly, I am excited about what we may have. Read More IndieWire: Star Wars Celebration 2019 will influence the franchise of episode 9, with the first eye of the TV, more Disney will release Star Wars in the national cinema on December 20 Watch the official trailer below. Read More IndieWire: Jim Jarmusch will open Cannes 2019 with zombie comedy \"Dead\"