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– by Kyle Malone

We have had extensive coverage on the upcoming trailer for The Rise of Skywalker. Lucasfilm and Disney have been incredibly deliberate with how little they have shown of this film, although it hasn’t been that much less than The Force Awakens or The Last Jedi. There have been rumors about the trailers release date all this month, but the powers that be have finally made the official announcement that it will hit on this week’s Monday Night Football.

The above teaser does very little for our thirst for information, but I bet it makes up a chunk of what we’ll see on Monday night. No matter how you feel about the Sequel Trilogy, or any Disney Star Wars film for that matter, you have to admit you’re interested to see how this all will end. Well, how the Skywalker Saga will end at least.

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I am going to see this movie opening night, I kinda have to for The Last Call podcast, but I have my concerns. With a runtime said to be around 155 minutes, I feel they may be shoving too much into too short a time. I honestly feel this movie needs to be closer to three hours. I could be wrong though… It wouldn’t be the first time.

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Kyle is the Weekend Editor for LRM Online and a business school graduate who loves movies, comics, and video games. He shares his passions with his wife and is raising a next-generation geek.