Star Wars: The Last Jedi to offer 'catharsis' for Carrie Fisher fans

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Director Johnson was on hand to give interviews and spoke out on Carrie's final performance as General Leia.

Star Wars: The Last Jedi is set to be released in theaters on December 15, 2017.

"Carrie gives a really lovely performance in the film. A lot of running, a lot of shooting", Boyega said of Finn, who had been wounded by Kylo Ren (Adam Driver) and separated from Rey (Daisy Ridley) as she left to look for Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill) in "Star Wars: The Force Awakens". "Given that though, I think there are scenes that she has that are going to mean a lot to people. there are scenes that we have with her where, now not having her around, I watch them and I think, I'm really thankful that we have that and that we can give that to people".

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"I mean, people you don't know are just screaming and rightly so". The upper portions of their faces are cut off intentionally, giving more focus to the trademark details of each character such as Leia's ring, Rey's Jedi robe and lightsaber, Luke's lightsaber, Poe's Alliance Starbird symbol, Finn's Jacket, and Kylo Ren's cross guard lightsaber and scar. This Last Jedi behind-the-scenes reel is jam-packed with so much awesome.

Following the red motif of the first trailer, the new teaser posters showcase the key characters in crimson attire that matches the movie's logo.

Rian Johnson's hesitancy to commit to the idea that Star Wars: The Last Jedi "wraps up" Leia's story could be read as leaving the door open on Carrie Fisher returning for Star Wars 9 in some form, CGI or otherwise.

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