Taking place on December 16, a day after the theatrical release of "Star Wars: The Last Jedi", "Galactic Nights" is an event that transforms Disney's Hollywood Studios into an interstellar celebration of all things related to the series of films.
Ridley, who's now in theaters in the ensemble mystery Murder on the Orient Express, explains she spends much of the new Star Wars film opposite Mark Hamill, whose Luke Skywalker is hesitantly training her character to be a Jedi.
Star Wars: The Last Jedi is now only a month out from D-day, and we can hardly wait.
Yes, there's some broad stuff with Rey learning about the Force from Luke, Kylo Ren moving further to the Dark Side, Finn on a secret mission with newcomer Rose, and more Resistance stuff with Poe and Leia, but the plot synopsis has been kept firmly under wraps, and because its Star Wars, they can afford to do it. Just like its predecessor, The Last Jedi will be shown in IMAX, fully displaying the breath-taking scenarios of planets like Ahch-To and the galaxy far, far away.
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But there is a new element: Rey (Daisy Ridley) has a sweet cape.
The style of this poster is similar to those previously released, and while it doesn't give any clues about the film's plot, fans have already started to speculate over Rey's use of a red cloak; being the only image - aside from her character poster - of her wearing this piece of clothing.
And finally, there's also some room on The Last Jedi's new poster to highlight the sequel's three biggest droids: BB-8, C-3PO and ol' Artoo.
In typical Star Wars fashion, there won't be any plot details revealed ahead of the release of the film.