What’s up, everyone?
It’s a big week here at EW, so I wanted to kick things off with some big news for Star Wars fans.
First up, it’s been confirmed that Luke Skywalker will be appearing in the next Star Wars movie, which is being called “The Last Star Wars.”
That title comes from a new quote from Disney’s Bob Chapek.
He told a panel at New York Comic Con:So, Luke Skywalker is going to be appearing, yes.
And he’s got a new role, so you can expect a lot of Luke in the movie.
I’ve been working with Bob Cholek on the script for some time now, so he’s really going to take a lot from the first two movies.
But I think he’s going to get a lot more out of it.
It’ll be his first appearance in over three decades, so the movie will be the first time he’s ever appeared in the Star Wars universe.
We’ll be hearing a lot about his character in the new movie.
There’s a lot going on, so let’s just wait and see what happens.
Chapek told the panel that the new film will have a “really different” feel to it, and it will explore a lot deeper themes and themes of Star Wars lore.
“It’s going out to be a different story,” he said.
It will also feature “a really different” Star Wars theme song, too.
“A lot of the songs that we’ve used in the first three movies are going to have a different vibe to them.”
Star Wars: The Last Jedi opens in theaters on Dec. 15, 2019.
You can watch the trailer below: