Taking place on December 16, a day after the theatrical release of "Star Wars: The Last Jedi", "Galactic Nights" is an event that transforms Disney's Hollywood Studios into an interstellar celebration of all things related to the series of films. There will still be loads of marketing, of course, but Star Wars sells itself. Ridley is now talking about the difficulties that it took for her to bring her A-game to Star Wars: The Last Jedi. [The Last Jedi is] not this big adventure that I'm on with John [Boyega].
When you look past all of the online speculation and half-baked fan theories, Lucasfilm has been adopting a less-is-more approach when it comes to promoting Star Wars: The Last Jedi - so far, at least - in an effort to keep the sequel's twists and turns under lock and key.
The official Star WarsTwitter account revealed a new poster for The Last Jedi IMAX experience with the caption "Fulfill your destiny" and a link to purchase tickets.More news: Dick's shares fall on weak 2018 outlook
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The style of this poster is similar to those previously released, and while it doesn't give any clues about the film's plot, fans have already started to speculate over Rey's use of a red cloak; being the only image - aside from her character poster - of her wearing this piece of clothing.
A lot of hearts were broken when the Star Wars legend passed away previous year, and The Last Jedi's going to be the last film where fans get to see her in cinemas.
Hamill has clearly been having a ball in the lead-up to the "Last Jedi" premiere, toying with spoilerphobes by tweeting lots of cryptic things about Luke Skywalker, especially the character's foreshadowed connection to the Dark Side of the Force. And we probably won't find out until it opens!