It is that time of the year again when after the trailer is released, TV Spots start to hit the television and the internet. This first TV Spot for The Last Jedi is almost one-minute long. For the most part it’s the trailer that has been cut differently but there is some new things in the middle of this – a new shot of BB-8 and also of Finn during his fight against Phasma. Plus a new line from Luke – “Why are you here?” The TV Spot suggests he is telling it to Rey, could it be his very first line in the movie?
The quality for now isn’t the best but as soon as there is a better version posted, we will update the post.
IMAX has just revealed their exclusive standee for The Last Jedi and it looks great! Interestingly Luke can be found on both sides – Resistance and First Order. In the official poster, you can also find this duality between light and dark as well as Luke’s face is halfway in the light and the rest in the red.
We’ve all been waiting for it, The Last Jedi trailer has just been released and as expected it’s awesome!
You can already buy your tickets in the US and in the UK and France ticket sales will open at 7 AM. The Last Jedi is released on December 13 in France, December 14 in the UK and December 15 in the US.
As we are waiting for The Last Jedi trailer to be released later tonight, the poster has just been revealed and it’s beautiful! Both Luke and Leia are at the center, top and bottom then on each side of them are the other characters. On the left are the good guys and on the right the bad guys at the exception of Poe Dameron, which is intriguing! The Praetorian Guards are also featured on the poster and they looks badass! General Hux is featured on the poster while for The Force Awakens he wasn’t, this could suggest he has a bigger role this time. Among the new characters, you can see Rose and BB-9E but not Amilyn Holdo and DJ. It remains similar to the first one in terms of tone where the red color is predominant.
It’s now official, the new trailer for The Last Jedi will drop tomorrow during halftime of the Monday Night Football on ESPN! The game starts at 5:15 p.m. PDT/8:15 p.m. EDT. The official Star Wars Twitter and the Twitter for Good Morning America have posted two teases for the trailer. Tickets will go on sale tomorrow as well in the US after the trailer is released.
For Europe, the trailer will drop early on Tuesday morning and tickets will go on sale at the same time.
Episode IX was recently pushed back to December 2019 after J.J. Abrams was appointed director. Now, Variety is reporting that production will start in June 2018. Production was originally planned for February 2018 but with Trevorrow being replaced by J.J. Abrams, who has now to write a script with Chris Terrio, it lead to things being postponed.
Fandango, Cineworld UK, and AMC Theaters are reporting that The Last Jedi will be 150 minutes long (2h30min). Considering Rian Johnson revealed recently the editing for the movie was finished, it is possible that this runtime is correct, but at this time it hasn’t been confirmed officially.
If it ends up true The Last Jedi will be the longest Star Wars movie! So far, it was Attack of the Clones with 142 minutes (2h22min). Fandango also lists TLJ as PG-13 in the US, this would be like The Force Awakens, Rogue One and Revenge of the Sith.
We will update this page when there is a confirmation for the runtime.