Star Wars: The Last Jedi

Brunilde Fioravanti
Luglio 3, 2017

Star Wars fans have already started counting down the days to watch the first full-length trailer of Episode VIII: The Last Jedi, as speculations are rife that it could be released during the D23 Expo.

Despite the fact that Star Wars: The Force Awakens came to Comic-Con back in 2015, it sounds like Lucasfilm isn't bringing Star Wars: The Last Jedi to Hall H for fans to drool over footage.

Announced earlier this year at Star Wars Celebration, the latest series in the Star Wars animated universe is Star Wars: Forces of Destiny, which focuses on the female heroes from a galaxy far, far away. Then, Rey seems to use her Force intuition, without realizing it, to help BB-8 out of this jam.

There will be plenty of Star Wars hype to take advantage of at Comic-Con, just as there is every year, but it's a bit of a bummer that we won't get a Star Wars: The Last Jedi panel.

Rey and BB-8 first met on Jakku at the opening of "The Force Awakens", with Rey telling the droid she wanted him to leave.

The new animated web series Star Wars: Forces of Destiny has debuted online with an episode featuring Rey. According to Star Wars theorist Mike Zeroh, industry insiders claimed that a Y Wing could be featured in the upcoming film.

"My hope is that you learn a little more" about the wider world of Star Wars, Filoni added. The show features the voices of Ridley, Felicity Jones, Ashley Eckstein, Tiya Sircar, Lupita Nyong'o and others. Because Forces of Destiny is considered canon, we know now that this creature was following BB-8 for a long, long while.

"Sands of Jakku" is the first of 16 shorts set throughout the Star Wars timeline that will start screening on the Disney Channel this month. To begin Sands of Jakku, Maz narrates, "The choices we make, the actions we take, moments both big and small, shape us into forces of destiny." .

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