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Yes, Rey is with Luke Skywalker on a distant world doing some all-important Jedi training.

ESPN's "Monday Night Football" had bears, vikings and Jedi on Monday night. What about new character Rose, and that reported Luke and Rey fight with the Knights of Ren? Then I saw a porg.

It's safe to assume Luke is talking about his nephew who turned on him and other Jedi apprentices.

Tickets are already on sale from a number of providers (IMAX, Fandango, Cinemark, AMC, Alamo Drafthouse, Atom Tickets, MovieTickets.com), but check below for the trailer in case you need a little more convincing.

2 - Does Kylo kill Leia?

What: The first full trailer for Star Wars: The Last Jedi.

Kylo Ren might go rogue: Unless I'm missing something, there's a shot in this trailer of Han Solo's needy offspring smashing his fancy samurai helmet, and a shot in the first trailer of said helmet smoking on the ground.

At this point, he is staring down his mother's ship, ready to fire. Finn (John Boyega), Poe (Oscar Isaac) and the ever-lovable Chewbacca (Peter Mayhew). Who knows what this new rebel will bring! The Last Jedi, then, might be less of a straight-forward adventure than something more tricky, complex and morally ambiguous than fans expect... as is only keeping with writer/director Rian Johnson's back catalog. He could be giving a pep talk to his buddy Finn, who we subsequently see in a duel with Captain Phasma, or trying to rally his fellow Resistance pilots.

Now that newest trailer for The Last Jedi, has dropped, more questions have been raised than answers... Did he lose or get captured?

"Fulfill your destiny", he says to someone, possibly her.

According to Wookieepedia, the Star Wars encyclopedia, they're sea birds "native to the planet Ahch-To, where Jedi Master Luke Skywalker made his exile in the years following the Battle of Endor".

And, possible spoiler alert, but the very last scene of the trailer has people Freaking.

The actress revealed that she had told her family she was doing "an indie movie in Canada" - such has been the secrecy surrounding the film.

The trailer also teases Rey's possible temptation to the dark side, with a brief flash of her torture at the hands of Snoke.

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