Solarmovie Star Wars: Episode IX - The Rise of Skywalker
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30 videoes? You dunce. There movie was mediocre at best. Another example of how George Lucas just got lucky with the original and how Disney does what Disney does. Takes a classic, tries to fix what was broken, and ends up breaking it more. There is nothing about this movie that makes sense. The timelines are all screwed up, and characters made famous in the originals are completely negated with one character reveal today. WTF Disney. We understand you are trying to fix the atrocities the are the prequel movies, but this is your solution? At least make your story make sense. Better yet, you should have left well enough alone. If you want to make more Star Wars movies then do it like Rogue one. That was incredibly well done in my opinion and actually made you hate the empire and brought a true understanding of why Darth Vader was feared. Rogue one proved you don't need Luke Skywalker to make a good Star Wars movie.
The misleading editing in this trailer is phenomenal well done Lucasfilm I'll give you that.
After the crawl plays Me in the theater: I have a bad feeling about this.
Very nice trailer! I like the displaying of the episode numbers. but a lot of the time, keeping it over the scene like you did was distracting. But great ideas overall and most of it works. I especially like the split screen use early on. Plus your selections set the tone nicely. The narrative you manage to create is spot on. Want more. Lol.
Wasn't Rei trained for like a day? HOW DOES SHE KNOW EVERYTHING JEDI? This is just. the worst Star Wars Trilogy ever...
People keep telling me they know me. noone does. That's the most millennial nonsensical gibberish I've heard.
Started solid then Luke in the ultimate act of character assassination throws away his dads lightsaber. ' the saga comes to an end. until another, or the same corporation, decides they're low on funds and make another trilogy. Milkhemet Ha'Kokhavim: Aliyato shel skywalker. Star wars will never end. NEVER. Let's just say this. No human has that enough energy in them. Palpatine is not human. All ships teleport to help the resistance silence in the cinema: me: AsSemBLe.
If you had never seen any star wars movies, what order would you like to see them ? 1,2,3,4,5,6 or the way they came out 4,5,6,1,2,3. "Episode IX" redirects here. For other similary known episodes, see Episode 9. Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker File:Star Wars Episode IX Teaser poster Directed by J. J. Abrams Produced by Kathleen Kennedy J. Abrams Michelle Rejwan Written by Chris Terrio Based on Characters by George Lucas Starring Daisy Ridley Adam Driver John Boyega Oscar Isaac Lupita Nyong'o Domhnall Gleeson Kelly Marie Tran Joonas Suotamo Billie Lourd Naomi Ackie Richard E. Grant Keri Russell Dominic Monaghan Mark Hamill Anthony Daniels Billy Dee Williams Carrie Fisher Ian McDiarmid Music by John Williams Cinematography Dan Mindel  Edited by Maryann Brandon  Stefan Grube  Production company Lucasfilm Ltd. Bad Robot Productions Distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures Release date December 20, 2019 Country United States Language English Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker (also known as Star Wars: Episode IX – The Rise of Skywalker) is an upcoming American epic space-opera film produced, co-written, and directed by J. J. Abrams. It is scheduled to be released on December 20, 2019 in the US. The film is the third installment of the Star Wars sequel trilogy, following Abrams's The Force Awakens (2015), and Rian Johnson 's The Last Jedi (2017), and the final episode of the nine-part Skywalker saga. [a] The film is being produced by Lucasfilm and Abrams' production company Bad Robot Productions, and will be distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures. The film's ensemble cast includes Daisy Ridley, Adam Driver, John Boyega, Oscar Isaac, Lupita Nyong'o, Domhnall Gleeson, Kelly Marie Tran, Joonas Suotamo, Billie Lourd, Naomi Ackie, Richard E. Grant, Keri Russell, Mark Hamill, Anthony Daniels, [b] Carrie Fisher, [c] Billy Dee Williams [d] and Ian McDiarmid. [e] Principal photography began in August 2018 at Pinewood Studios in Buckinghamshire, England, and wrapped in February 2019.  Premise The remnants of the Resistance face the First Order once again—while reckoning with the past and their own inner turmoil.  Meanwhile, the ancient conflict between the Jedi and the Sith reaches its climax,  altogether bringing the Skywalker saga to a definitive end.  Cast Daisy Ridley as Rey:  An orphaned woman from Jakku who is the last known Jedi and apprentice of Luke Skywalker  Adam Driver as Kylo Ren: The Supreme Leader of the First Order  and Master of the Knights of Ren  [f] John Boyega as Finn:  A stormtrooper of the First Order who has defected to the Resistance Oscar Isaac as Poe Dameron:  A high-ranking X-wing fighter pilot and commander of the Resistance Lupita Nyong'o  as Maz Kanata: A former space pirate and ally of the Resistance Domhnall Gleeson  as Hux: The First Order's second-in-command Kelly Marie Tran  as Rose Tico: A mechanic in the Resistance Joonas Suotamo  as Chewbacca: A Wookiee and first mate of the Millennium Falcon Billie Lourd  as Lieutenant Connix: An officer in the Resistance Naomi Ackie as Jannah  Richard E. Grant  as Allegiant General Pryde: A high-ranking general in the First Order  Keri Russell as Zorri Bliss  Mark Hamill  as Luke Skywalker: The last Jedi Master, who vanished in The Last Jedi  Anthony Daniels  as C-3PO: A humanoid protocol droid in the service of General Leia Organa Billy Dee Williams as Lando Calrissian:  A veteran of the Rebel Alliance and old friend of Chewbacca and Leia Carrie Fisher as Leia Organa:  [c] The Force-sensitive leading general of the Resistance and Luke's sister Ian McDiarmid  as Palpatine / Darth Sidious: The former Galactic Emperor and Dark Lord of the Sith who seemingly died in Return of the Jedi  [g] Dominic Monaghan  Additionally, Brian Herring returns as the puppeteer of BB-8,  and Jimmy Vee and Greg Grunberg reprise their roles as R2-D2 and Temmin "Snap" Wexley, respectively.  Production Development In October 2012, Star Wars creator George Lucas sold his production company Lucasfilm, and with it the Star Wars franchise, to The Walt Disney Company.  Disney subsequently announced the Star Wars sequel trilogy.  In June 2014, it was announced that Rian Johnson, writer and director of The Last Jedi, would write a story treatment for Episode IX.  In August 2015, Colin Trevorrow was announced as the director of the film;  he was to write the script with frequent collaborator Derek Connolly.   In April 2017, Johnson stated that he was not involved in writing the film.  In February 2016, Disney chief executive officer Bob Iger confirmed that pre-production on Episode IX had begun.  In late April 2017, Disney announced that the film would be released on May 24, 2019.  A month later, filming was expected to begin in January 2018,   but this was later pushed back to August. In August 2017, it was announced that Jack Thorne would rewrite the script.  On September 5, 2017, Lucasfilm stated that Trevorrow had left the production following creative differences.  The Hollywood Reporter reported that his working relationship with Kathleen Kennedy had become unmanageable after failing to deliver a satisfactory script, despite writing several drafts.  Johnson was rumored as the top choice to replace Trevorrow as director,  but stated "it was never in the plan for me to direct Episode IX. "  The next day, it was announced that J. J. Abrams, the director of The Force Awakens, would return to direct the film,  and that the film's release date would be moved to December 20, 2019.  The story team met with George Lucas before writing the new script,  which Abrams co-wrote with Chris Terrio.  The film is being produced by Abrams' company Bad Robot Productions, Kathleen Kennedy, and Michelle Rejwan.  Before filming, Episode IX was initially given the working title Black Diamond, which was then changed to Trixie.  The title, The Rise of Skywalker, was announced at April 2019's Star Wars Celebration in Chicago.  Casting Carrie Fisher, who played Leia Organa, died in 2016. Variety and Reuters reported that she had been planned for a key role in The Rise of Skywalker.  In January 2017, Lucasfilm stated that there were no plans to digitally generate Fisher's performance as they had for Rogue One.  The following April, Fisher's brother Todd revealed that Fisher's daughter, Billie Lourd, had granted Disney the rights to use recent footage of Fisher.  However, a week later, Kathleen Kennedy stated that Fisher would not appear in the film.   In July 2018, J. J. Abrams announced that unused footage of Fisher from The Force Awakens would be used to help complete the story.  A week later, it was revealed that unseen footage from The Last Jedi would also be used.   According to Todd Fisher, There's a lot of minutes of footage. I don't mean just outtakes. This is unused, new content that could be woven into the storyline.... It's going to look like it was meant to be. Like it was shot yesterday.  In July 2018, Keri Russell was in talks to play a part for some "action-heavy fight scenes",  along with the long-awaited confirmation that Billy Dee Williams will return as Lando Calrissian.  At the end of the month, Russell was confirmed to have been cast,  along with the announcement of returning and additional new cast members.  In late August, Deadline Hollywood announced that Dominic Monaghan and Matt Smith had been cast in unspecified roles,   but Smith later denied his involvement.  [h] Jimmy Vee and Greg Grunberg reprise their roles as R2-D2 and Temmin "Snap" Wexley, respectively.   Brian Herring returns to puppeteer BB-8.  At Star Wars Celebration in April 2019, it was revealed that Ian McDiarmid will return to portray Palpatine.  Since Celebration was held after principal photography wrapped, J. J. Abrams was thrilled that news of McDiarmid on the set never leaked.  Filming Principal photography began on August 1, 2018, at Pinewood Studios in Buckinghamshire, England.  Filming was also done in Wadi Rum, Jordan.  Oscar Isaac stated that Abrams was allowing more improvised acting than in the previous two films.  Due to the tight schedule, some editing took place on set.  On January 28, 2019, Anthony Daniels finished filming for his role as C-3PO in the film.  Principal photography wrapped on February 15, 2019.  Footage from the film was shown at The Walt Disney Company's annual shareholders meeting on March 7, 2019.  Visual effects The visual effects will be provided by Industrial Light & Magic and supervised by Roger Guyett.  Music In July 2013, Kennedy announced at Star Wars Celebration Europe that John Williams would return to score the Star Wars sequel trilogy.  On January 10, 2018, it was reported that Williams would return to compose and conduct The Rise of Skywalker.   The next month, Williams announced that it would be the last Star Wars film for which he would compose the score.  Marketing Though Abrams has stayed silent about many details of the film, he has expressed his hopes that audiences will be "satisfied. "  He headed a panel dedicated to the film on April 12, 2019 during Star Wars Celebration in Chicago, Illinois,  where the film's title was revealed via the first trailer, and new images were shown.  The trailer was viewed 111 million times in the first 24 hours of its release, which was 20 million more views than the teaser for The Last Jedi and more than double that of The Force Awakens.  A publishing campaign titled "Journey to Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker " was announced on May 4, 2019 ( Star Wars Day). It will include the novel Resistance Reborn, set between The Last Jedi and The Rise of Skywalker, and various other titles.  Additionally, the story events of the Disneyland themed area Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge precede the film, including the Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run motion simulator, which features Chewbacca.  Release The Rise of Skywalker will be released on December 20, 2019 in the United States.  It was originally planned to be released on May 24 before being pushed back.  References Footnotes ^ "The Skywalker saga" refers to the main Star Wars film franchise, which is a trilogy of trilogies.  ^ The only actor to have appeared in all of the episodic films in the series  ^ a b Fisher, who died in late 2016, will appear through the use of unreleased footage from The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi.   ^ Returning to the franchise onscreen for the first time since 1983's Return of the Jedi, marking one of the longest intervals between portrayals of a character by the same actor in American film history  ^ Returning to the franchise onscreen for the first time since 2005's Revenge of the Sith ^ Born Ben Solo, he is the son of Leia Organa and Han Solo, the nephew of Luke Skywalker and grandson of Darth Vader. ^ According to McDiarmid, George Lucas told him that Palpatine is definitely dead before the events of Episode IX.  ^ also listed Smith as being in the film,  but later removed his name.  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I was almost expecting to see the alternative timeline Enterprise in this trailer. 5:26 I have those socks. I can't wait to see this movie. I've been a fan from the beginning. I think the title appropriate because it's always been about the Skywalker family. Starwars... unbeaten. First Movie 1977 in my Age of 9 Years. Have seen the last Episode with Tears in my Eyes and my Heart Full of Love. Thanks for a Lifetime Storytelling. Let me just ruin it for you they're starting the whole saga over again.
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At least they can't mess up the ending anymore. Because nobody cares
Star Wars Episode 9: The Force Awakens The Last Jedi From It's Nap. You know it's bad when they include scenes from previous movies... We already have a legend. It's Carl Tanner the LEGEND of gin alley. Emperor palpatine: did you ever hear about the Sith Lord that fell for 30 years. Im still so shocked that Jar Jar came back just like palpatine, destroyed Kazakhstan, took control of the Ewoks and murdered the Jedi and the Sith. All hail Jar Jar. For me, easily the worst of the three latter-day Star Wars films, and almost as bad as Solo.
It's the fag end of the Star Wars saga - there's nothing new in it, nothing that makes you go 'wow! There's a lot that makes you groan, though, particularly its almost parody-like wokeness: the cast is just so DELIBERATELY 50/50 male/female, 1/4 white, 1/4 Asian, 1/4 black, 1/4 other. There's a kiss that is the PC icing on the cake. And at the core of its being is unthinking feminism: Rey is the one who can do almost ANYTHING! You name it, she can do it, it's laughable.
I've decided to keep this review spoiler-free so I'll just say that there is at least one absurd turn-face from a character that makes no sense and is hugely disappointing. Old faces show up and it's sometimes nice to see them, but it doesn't really add much to the film apart from stirring memories of older, better films. Characterisation for pretty much everyone is paper thin.
The plot just has little drive, it's all a bit 'going through the motions.
Time to bid farewell to Star Wars, folks - it's had its day, it's now a box ticking exercise, both woke and weary, and not even that much of a thrill ride.
“Ive got a bad feeling about this... ”. Call for Papa Palpatine. The kyber crystal used in rays dual wield saber is probably the cracked crystal from skywalkers saber.
This christmas. well that surely won't be a present
This is the BEST AVENGERS MOVIE OF ALL TIME! After Avengers 2012 and Avengers Age of Ultron 2015! But in this one, was the First time that the Avengers had a bigger army than before! Cap: AVENGERS. Yields Mijolnr) ASSEMBLE. Phantom Menace. Say Long have I waited again. Do it. Judging by this trailer, Disney has officially ruined Star Wars. @ 1:59. That's not Palpatine Rey's backing away from, it's evil the Rey clone that Rey's backing away from.
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