In a galaxysteeped in myth and adorned with the tapestry of a timeless space opera, Star Warshas woven an indelible legacy in the hearts of fans spanning generations. As the curtain descends on the iconic Skywalker saga, the anticipation reaches its zenith with the unveiling of the "Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker" final trailerbreakdown. Embark with us on a journey through the cosmos as we meticulously break down the intricacies of this cinematic tapestry, unraveling the enigmatic threads that promise to make this conclusion an unparalleled spectacle. "Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker"is the ninth and final installment in the main episodic Star Wars film saga. Directed by J.J. Abrams, the movie was released in December 2019. As the concluding chapter of the Skywalker saga, it brings an end to the iconic narrative that began with the original Star Wars film in 1977.
The film follows the events of "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" and centers around the Resistance's struggle against the First Order. Key characters such as Rey, Finn, Poe Dameron, and Kylo Ren return, each grappling with their destinies and the overarching conflict between the light and dark sides of the Force.
One of the notable aspects of "The Rise of Skywalker" is the return of Emperor Palpatine, a central antagonist from the original and prequel trilogies. The movie also addresses Rey's lineage, resolving the mystery surrounding her parentage.
She drops a helmet. Could it be an old one from the Rebel Alliance from the group that destroyed the second Death Star? It also reminds me of the Rebel helmet she wore on Jakku.
As a child, Rey looked up to the Rebel heroes, and now she's right in the middle of where they fought the Emperor in the end. She may have been digging through the past like a scavenger, but she's already going full speed toward the future. As she hurtles over a chasm, her Force skills are at full strength. The Skywalker blue lightsaber, which used to belong to Anakin Skywalker, is still in her hand.
The scene changes to Rey landing in the blue-tinged remains of what might be the Death Star, which is now partly submerged in the water.
Voiceovers from Poe Dameron and Finn talk about their ideas about the Force the whole time. “It’s an instinct. A feeling. The Force brought us together. We’re not alone. Good people will fightif we lead them.”Even though Poe isn't tuned into the Force, he knows that one thing that makes good guys strong is true friendship. As the leader of a group of X-Wing fighters, Poe knows how to get everyone to work together better than the other two. Finn isn't Force-sensitive either, but a lot of people think that he was using the Force when he lit Rey's blade on fire in Episode VII.
Finn and Rey have been trying to get back together throughout the series, so the lines about being together fit them well. There hasn't been any one-on-one time between Rey, Poe, and Finn in the Sequel Trilogy movies yet, but director J.J. Abrams has made it clear that all three of them will be working together in this movie.
Finn's goal is set with a quick shot of him with some cool binoculars. In the Expanded Universe, these are called quadnoculars. We know that the ex-First Order stormtrooper is with Poe on a planet with wide, open fields for part of the movie. Based on the color alone, it's hard to tell if Finn is looking at the home of the space horses with tusks that he'll ride later or a dusty planet that has been seen in other promotions.
Dominic Monaghan character on Star Wars
In Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, Dominic Monaghan, who played Jack in "Lost," works with J.J. Abrams again. The new trailer for the movie gives us a look at his character. At this point, not much is known about Monaghan's role, but it's clear from the video that he's part of the Resistance. Along with being a source of hope, he says that the Resistance may be smaller now that the First Order attacked, but it is still there.
It's interesting to think about how Monaghan felt when the Resistance called for help in Star Wars: The Last Jedi and no one came. That event hasn't changed Monaghan's character's faith, as shown by the way he reassures Kelly Marie Tran's Rose Tico. Rose has been a very divisive person, and Star Wars 9 marketing hasn't used her a lot.
The video for Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker then shows a scary throne with rough edges all around it. This comes from drawings that Ralph McQuarrie made for the Emperor's throne room in Return of the Jedi. It looks like it's meant to be Palpatine's new seat, and a voice-over from Ian McDiarmid makes that clear. He says, "Long have I waited," in the Emperor's voice. The throne is set against an icy background, which makes me think that Kijimi is the world the Emperor has been waiting for to gather his troops.
Where in the world is this Star Destroyer? If the Emperor ever comes back to life and needs an army, did he keep an old stash of spaceships in a grave deep underwater? No matter what, this huge starship is emerging from a place where water lives. There's a good chance that something or someone is using the Force to lift the big ship off the ground. And since J.J. Abrams got a lot of ideas from Dark Empire, the famous Star Wars expanded universe book, it looks like The Emperor has some Sith-powered weapons ready for this final battle.
The Resistance has come together to fight, which is good newsfor the galaxy. It's amazing to see how much bigger the Resistance is now than it was in Star Wars: The Last Jedi, when the First Order almost killed them.
Official tie-in books have revealed that Leia used strategies that were similar to those that helped the old Rebel Alliance do well. She sent agents all over the galaxy to set up a network of Resistance cells. Each cell built up its weapons and fleet, which is why the ships look so different. Of course, the Millennium Falcon goes to the front of the Resistance Force where it belongs. Some people think that the Star Wars Rebels ship Ghost is in the picture, but it's probably just a similar ship.
The video for Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker hints that C-3PO will die. As was already said, Babu is seen trying to break into Threepio's grid. That could be why Threepio has had red eyes in earlier trailers; in the Star Wars universe, red eyes are usually a sign of a hacked droid. Threepio doesn't think he will make it through whatever is going on here, which is scary. It's not clear if his worries are real or if he's just being over-the-top as usual. He does, however, sound surprisingly calm and ready to accept his fate.
Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker has a mostly mysterious story, but for some reason, both Rey and Kylo Ren end up going to Endor to look at the wreckage of the Death Star. This picture shows that they have reached the Emperor's Throne Room, which is the center of the Death Star. The fact that the Throne Room can still be recognized is interesting and shows how well the Empire built things. It's possible that they came here to try to figure out what happened with the Emperor's return.
At the end of the video for Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, Rey meets the Emperor. A lot of people have been wondering if the Emperor will come back as a real person or as some kind of Sith spirit. This shot proves that he does have a body. But the video still doesn't show Palpatine's face, which might be important. Keep in mind that Rey is standing on some kind of ice shelf. This is another sign that the ice world is Palpatine's secret base. It's scary that Rey is by herself; neither Kylo Ren nor her friends are with her.
The video for Star Wars 9 ends on an emotional note with Luke and Leia telling Rey that the Force will always be with her. In the marketing for Star Wars 9, these words, on the other hand, add to the sense of completion that the trailers are trying to send. Star Wars will go on, but The Rise of Skywalker marks the end of the main Saga. The series will now take on a new shape.
While Darth Vader himself does not make an appearance, his legacy and influence are significant, especially as the grandfather of the central character, Kylo Ren.
Yes, the final installment introduces new characters, including Zorii Bliss, portrayed by Keri Russell, and Jannah, played by Naomi Ackie, adding depth to the Resistance's narrative.
To respectfully address Carrie Fisher's passing, Leia's role is crafted using existing footage and lines from previous films, creating a seamless integration into the narrative.
The trailer hints at visions and moments that may blur the lines between the present and the past, continuing the Star Wars tradition of exploring the Force's mystical aspects.
Yes, Emperor Palpatine makes a dramatic return, as evidenced by his eerie laugh and the glimpses of his spiky, organic-looking throne or tomb in the final trailer.
As the dust settles on our cinematic voyage through the Star Wars universe, the final trailer for "The Rise of Skywalker" leaves us breathless with anticipation. The echoes of lightsabers clashing, the resurgence of sinister laughter, and the poignant moments of our beloved characters paint a vivid picture of the grand finaleawaiting us.
With every frame, the trailer teases a culmination of destinies, a clash of titans, and the resolution to a saga that has defined generations. As we countdown to the film's release, the force is strong with the promise that this concluding chapter will be a fitting tribute to the legacy that is Star Wars. May the excitement and wonder of this cinematic universe continue to resonate across the galaxy and with fans, both old and new.