"I think the legacy should continue", Todd said during the TCM Film Festival in Los Angeles last week.
The much-awaited first trailer of "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" was recently unveiled and it is everything that you have been waiting for.
The 132-second clip teases Luke Skywalker's first meeting with Rey as he teaches her the ways of the Force, opening with the young apprentice on the island where fans saw her find Luke at the end of "The Force Awakens".
Fans packed into the hall at Star Wars Celebration to get a sneak peak of season 4 of Star Wars Rebels, the animated take on the franchise that's grown an intense following and legions of hardcore fans thanks to its complex, engaging original characters and ties to the films.
At the same event it was revealed that the late Carrie Fisher had a hand in re-writing the script for The Last Jedi.
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Why: In two-toned silk, Ridley's top-and-skirt ensemble is power-clashing at its understated best.
Star Wars: The Last Jedi will hit theaters on December 15, 2017. "We pretty much started over", she said. "So sadly, Carrie will not be in IX", Kennedy clarifies.
"We're so happy that we were able to complete shooting in the summer".
"Wait until you see her in 'The Last Jedi, ' " Hamill added. Then, just before the blood red film logo appears, Luke utters the line that will send chills down the fandom's spine: "I only know one truth: It's time for the Jedi to end". Hamill closed the emotional panel by reciting lyrics from one of his favorite songs by The Kinks: "I wish my life was a non-stop Hollywood movie show, a fantasy world of celluloid villains and heroes, Because celluloid heroes never feel any pain and celluloid heroes never really die".
"We wanted to create a campaign that told a story we haven't seen before in Star Wars", says Mark Thompson, Game Director at Motive Studios.