Rian Johnson confirms Luke Skywalker is the last Jedi in hilarious tweet


That's the message viewers took away from the new "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" trailer, which aired during Monday Night Football.

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.

Watch the revealing clip above.

Luke returning has been known since the end of the previous film The Force Awakens and we know that he's been training up Rey (Daisy Ridley) on his island.

Rey's clearly got the goods to be a powerful Jedi: we see solid rock crack from her power as she meditates, and Luke reacts with surprise - and alarm.

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All we got to see of the porg was an adorable little shriek and its heart-melting wide eyed stare and its fluffy little wings and OMG IT'S SO CUTE WE WANT ONE.

Visually, the new film looks stunning. "I've seen this raw strength only once before", he tells her, ".and it scared me enough then - it does now". This could be flashback scene from when Kylo and his Knights of Ren burned the Jedi temple to the ground. In the photo, Gary puts all his focus on his mom acting as the Star Wars sequel trilogy's Resistance General, Leia Organa. We even see Finn with what seems to be some sort of lightsaber that isn't Luke/Rey's iconic blue one. If Luke abandons Rey, we can only imagine it will send her reeling to a dark place. We already know that Skywalker is not going to be very welcoming towards Rey at the film's outset, and while initially it was believed he'd warm up to her, the marketing is definitely implying Luke is an unwilling teacher. "Given that though, I think there are scenes that she has that are going to mean a lot to people".