For fans, the Star Wars addiction really does know no bounds, from first day set photos, to leaked footage we take in anything and everything that we can get. The latest fix comes from Youtuber Mike Zeroh (who correctly reported when to expect the first teaser, though incorrectly stated what Luke Skywalker would say in said trailer, so his credibility is a mixed bag), who brings a description of the supposed leaked trailer for The Last Jedi. Of course, none of this has been confirmed by Disney, but just in case – potential trailer spoilers ahead!
The trailer is said to begin with an “expert slicer” walking through the streets of Canto Bight, which we now know is the casino city and was filmed in Dubrovnik, Croatia. It is also believed to have voiceovers from Mark Hamill, Daisy Ridley and Adam Driver. Hamill’s voiceover in the first trailer was a brilliant move by Disney as fans probably couldn’t wait much longer to hear Luke, and it wasn’t just hearing the Jedi Master, but what he said at the end of the trailer sent fans into a frenzy. The additional voiceover’s of Ridley and Driver could sort of give us an idea of where the character’s are at, and the elements of the story that are propelling them, providing insight into each of their current mental states.
A look at Captain Phasma’s elite Stormtroopers and Snoke’s Praetorian guards are also believed to be shown. We have seen from promotional material that they will heavily resemble Emperor Palpatine’s royal guards, except their attire seems to be fashioned more like that of armor than the robes worn by Palpatine’s guards. Oddly enough, the Supreme Leader himself, Snoke, is said to be absent from the trailer.
A broken, very distraught Luke Skywalker is said to be shown falling to his knees in front of the burning Jedi Temple, with Captain Phasma victoriously walking through the wreckage. If this turns out to be true, this will be a truly powerful scene, as it will show a defeated Luke Skywalker, perhaps one on the verge of giving up. It is thought that the trailer will drop sometime this summer!
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Star Wars: The Last Jedi hits theaters December 15, 2017.
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SOURCE: Mike Zeroh