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– by Seth McDonald

Disney and Lucasfilm have come to be the Fort Knox of movie studios. Details for Star Wars: The Last Jedi have been few and far between. With the studio calculating what information to release and when to release it. Thanks to Star Wars New Net and the latest Look & Find book, we may have a look into an early part of the movie. While the book mostly focuses on Star Wars: The Force Awakens, there are a few pages with scenes that could play out in from The Last Jedi.

The layout shows the island of Ahch-to, where Rey found the missing Jedi Master Luke Skywalker. It is more or less the last scene in Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Rey holding a lightsaber and extending her hand toward Luke. The noticeable difference is there are porgs everywhere, the incredibly cute inhabitants of the island and from what we have heard so far, Luke’s little friends. These two pages bear the caption:

“Starkiller Base is vanquished, but Kylo Ren has escaped. Thanks to Rey and her friends, BB-8 brought Luke Skywalker’s coordinates back to the Resistance. On their behalf, Rey travels to the planet Ahch-To, hoping to enlist Luke’s help. While Rey persuades the last Jedi to join the Resistance, look for these rocky features…”

You can view the images here.

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At the end of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, The First Order had gained knowledge of The Resistances’ coordinates. Another image from the book appears to show a battle over the planet D’Qar. Many of the standard Star Wars ships are seen engaged in battle above the planet. One recognizable ship is that of Poe Dameron, thanks to the prominently featured BB-8 hanging out in the back of his ship. The caption for this photo reads as follows:

“Meanwhile, Poe is busy doing some persuading of his own. He and BB-8 are making runs through the First Order’s latest assault fleet to clear the way for the Resistance bomber squadron, headed by ace pilot Paige. BB-8 will keep the coordinates straight. You look out for these First Order ships…”

What are your thoughts? Is this a small preview of what we can expect in the film? Let us know in the comments down below!

Star Wars: The Last Jedi hits theaters on December 15, 2017.

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SOURCE: SWNN