Star Wars: The Last Jedi Feature Documentary Gets A Trailer


Finally! Mark Hamill was honored with the 2,630th star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in front of the El Capitan Theatre with special guests Harrison Ford, George Lucas, Billie Lourd, Kelly Marie Tran, and R2-D2. "He is extremely enthusiastic about everything that he does, and that's exactly what I was looking for when I was looking for Luke Skywalker".

When filming wrapped, the Star Wars crew even took an advert out in a local Kerry paper while Hamill tweeted a tribute of his own, complete with a bag of Tayto.

Skellig Michael, an island off the coast of Kerry, was used as a location in the latest movie, Star Wars VIII: The Last Jedi, featuring as the hidden refuge of Luke Skywalker. "But then if you keep reading, when it deals with the hero's life as they get into middle-age and beyond, it always starts to get into darker places".

Below are some interesting bits about The Last Jedi we learned from both the documentary and the Q&A afterward with Johnson, Wonke, Mark Hamill, and producer Ram Bergman.

This new documentary chronicles the making of the controversial Star Wars flick.

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For his part, Johnson said Fisher never saw the final movie - just scenes while recording additional dialogue.

"We'd look at each other and say "can you believe we're back here doing 'Star Wars" again?'" he said.

Halfway through the panel, Hamill stepped out on stage to surprise the audience (although it was expected he'd show up considering he was at the premiere of the documentary earlier in the morning). We're going to have a music-only version of the movie.

In the years after Return of the Jedi, this former farmboy-turned-last hope of the Jedi went ahead and tried to rekindle the Jedi Order.

Free Radical Design's Star Wars Battlefront 4 was cancelled a long time ago. We also get to see Rose attack Hux with her teeth, and Chewbacca partying it up with the Ahch-To Caretakers in a scene that is very reminiscent of the Ewok celebration in Jedi.