From the trailer, it seemed like Star Wars: The Last Jedi was about the final days of the Resistance, but it turned out to be about much more than that.
For a start, we have the film’s director, Rian Johnson, who will direct it alongside his fellow Star Wars director Rian Fukunaga.
We also know that the film will have two sequels: a new one, set for release in 2021, and a new prequel.
While that last one is still being developed, we already know that it will feature a “prequel trilogy” of stories, as Fukunagas original trilogy ended in 2015.
And then there’s the question of the last few minutes of the trailer: “In the final moments of the Battle of Endor, Han Solo tells Luke Skywalker that he’ll never see the Millennium Falcon again.”
It’s an amazing moment for a film about redemption and it feels like an entirely different kind of moment for the character Han Solo in The Force Awakens.
Han Solo was always a bit of a cold and calculating figure, but now he seems to have an emotional journey that will have a ripple effect on his life.
I think it’s really important to remember that we’re still in the prequel era of Star Wars.
It’s a great time to be in it and we have a great story to tell.
We have a new film coming out next year that will be a continuation of the story.
It will be an incredibly long film.
It will be in a galaxy far, far away, and the new trilogy will feature all the characters from the first three films, but we won’t see Luke Skywalker again for at least another couple of years.
But that will not change the fact that this film is very different.
It really is.
There is no one better to be writing a story for this film than Rian, who is a master storyteller, and I think the final scene of the film is just fantastic.
Rian Johnson is the director of the upcoming Star Wars film The Last Knight, which is currently being developed by the production company that made The Force: The Dark Knight.
The film will be released in 2019.
Follow him on Twitter @renjohnson, and watch the trailer for The Last Dragon Below, with the film on the left, the trailer and more below.