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The Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker teaser

Gotta admit, having just watched the teaser for Star Wars Episode IX, officially titled, The Rise of Skywalker, I was a little emotional.

Hearing Luke's voice over, seeing Lando co-piloting the Falcon with Chewie, and yes, having Carrie Fisher appear as Princess Leia one last time, I feel more than a little excited to catch this final chapter in the Skywalker saga come Christmas.

Now, people are gonna hate on this. That's just what fans are about these days. They'll always find something to bitch about. But I'm 100 per cent on board, as any true Star Wars fan should be. Just be glad there's one more Star Wars movie to see this Christmas.

Watch, if you haven't already, and enjoy:

Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker hits theatres this Christmas

Source: Star Wars


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