The trailer aired during Monday Night Football during halftime last night.
But if you're here, you probably can't avoid it now, and you want to know what everyone else thinks before "The Last Jedi" hits theaters December 15.
What's happened to Luke? Whether this is meant to signal her move to the dark side remains to be seen. It's set to hit theaters December 15. In the meantime, here's 15 images from the trailer to sink your teeth into.
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We also get to see the late Carrie Fisher in her last outing as General Leia Organa, as she anxiously braces herself to be blown up by her own son Kylo Ren. It's clear that The Last Jedi will have a strong focus on Rey and her Jedi training, and the trailer hints at a darkness taking hold of her... will she remain true to herself or let the darkness overpower her?
The film is the 8th episode in the "Star Wars" saga and is a direct sequel to the 2015 blockbuster "Star Wars: The Force Awakens". As one of our survey responses noted, The Force Awakens trailer did "a good job of triggering nostalgia while introducing new concepts and characters". Either way, something has gotten to him and it even visually showed that he was very scared of Kylo Ren, as well as the potential in Rey. Maz Kanata certainly seems to think that he should be practicing using a lightsaber, so perhaps he'll appear as the last hope of the Resistance and Luke Skywalker in the final movie in the trilogy, on a mission to save Rey from the Dark Side. The Last Jedi nearly certainly won't end with anything controversial or challenging whatsoever. The most we've gotten is Rian Johnson calling him "DJ". Luke is certainly scared by Rey's raw power, but it seems like Rey is, too.