'Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker' first trailer released

Mark Hamill's Biggest Shock with The Force Awakens & His Pitch No One Wanted

Mark Hamill's Biggest Shock with The Force Awakens & His Pitch No One Wanted

You don't recast that part, and you don't have her disappear. He also explained that he wrote some scenes specifically around her chunks of unused dialogue. "The Rise of Skywalker" isn't scheduled for release until December 20.

"As I've said, we couldn't", Abrams said of filling the void.

His sinister cackle is heard at the end of the trailer and Ian McDiarmid, who plays the character, strolled on stage to loud applause at the announcement.

"How did I find Lando again?"

"Lando never really left me", Williams said to applause.

"The original group are going on this epic, epic adventure together and I'm so excited about where Jannah crosses paths with them", Ackie said during a panel moderated by Stephen Colbert.

We then get a look at a new droid by the name of Dio (or D0, not confirmed yet). "As they face this greatest evil, are they prepared?"

But we still had no idea what that meant exactly - would Leia appear on a screen somewhere, perhaps? No.

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Before we continue forward, we should let you know that this article will contain some major spoilers for The Last Jedi, so if you haven't seen it yet, you might want to stop reading. "The insane this is, emotionally, every day it hits me every day she's here but it's surreal because we're working with her still". That's a reference to the scenes of a shirtless Driver in "The Last Jedi" that surprised fans.

The pilot's hands in black leather gloves hint this could be her longtime nemesis Kyloe Ren, son of Han Solo and Princess Leia.

"George was saying this is the third act of a third act structure".

The trilogy has been a big box office success for Disney, which acquired Lucasfilm for $4 billion in 2012.

The most exciting thing in the Galaxy's Edge booth is our first look at a ride vehicle from the highly anticipated attraction Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance.

Sue will be at Star Wars Celebration throughout the weekend-long event. "The Force Awakens" earned strong reviews and grossed more than $2 billion worldwide in 2015, while "The Last Jedi" generated more than $1.3 billion.

"There will be other Star Wars movies, but there will be a bit of a hiatus". And that's when we get some footage featuring the new generation.

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