The images were captured by photographer Annie Leibovitz, whose full portfolio of photos will be online this Wednesday (24/05/17).
Waiting until December to watch Star Wars: The Last Jedi becomes harder and harder everyday.
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"She thought "IX" would be her movie", Kennedy told Vanity Fair.
As part of that shoot, Leibovitz captured the recently departed Carrie Fisher (General Leia) with her daughter Billie Lourd (Lieutenant Kaydel Connix), as well as Fisher with actor Mark Hamill (Luke Skywalker). But for now, we get a look at the main heroes and villains in their somewhat new costumes, though you can definitely see that some aspects have been carried over from The Force Awakens.
Like many facets of the Star Wars universe, more information about Supreme Leader Snoke has been released in canonical books that have been released since The Force Awakens came out in 2015. The Last Jedi won't introduce as many new faces, but there will be a few, two of whom are portrayed by familiar favorites. Not only does it seem perfectly set up to follow The Empire Strikes Back in being a bit of a downer (though ending on hope!), but it will deliver one last Star Wars experience featuring Carrie Fisher.
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The chrome helmet has been removed, and Star Wars fans finally see that intimidating Captain Phasma looks a lot like ... intimidating Gwendoline Christie beneath her shining armor. It's a reminder of how much of Star Wars is great because of her, and how much we'll miss her now that she's gone.
The first film in the hugely successful sci-fi series, Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope, was unveiled in the U.S. 40 years ago on May 25 1977.
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