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New ‘Megastar Wars: The Rise of Skywalker’ Special Look Lands with ‘The Mandalorian’ Episode 7

Only a few days stay ahead of “Megastar Wars: The Rise of Skywalker” launches into theaters world wide to wrap up Skywalker saga, and Disney has dropped a tantalizing new take a look at the movie on its new streaming provider.

The new “particular glance” at “Rise of Skywalker” went survive Disney Plus these days (Dec. 18) as an advantage additional clip for episode seven of the live-action collection “The Mandalorian.” If you have not been gazing, “The Mandalorian” chronicles the adventures of a Mandalorian bounty hunter at the run with a Child Yoda in tow. 

Disney deliberately launched this week’s “The Mandalorian” two days early (it generally drops on Fridays) to steer clear of a warfare with “Rise of Skywalker,” which lands in theaters Friday (Dec. 20). We will have a complete evaluate at the episode later. However first: the “Rise of Skywalker” particular glance.

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You’ll be able to desire a Disney Plus subscription to peer the brand new “Rise of Skywalker” photos (the video above is the general Lucasfilm trailer), or you’ll see it without spending a dime in a seven-day trial right here. But when you do not want to enroll, we have now were given you lined. 

Spoiler alert for the “Rise of Skywalker” particular glance in case you are attempting to enter the movie chilly. I am going to speak about what we noticed.

The new clip runs one minute, 46 seconds and kicks off with a view of an icy global noticed in earlier trailers with TIE warring parties final in at the Millennium Falcon. The Falcon is parked in a community of icy caves that glance unusually just like the maze-like flyways within the Demise Megastar from “Go back of the Jedi.”

Aboard the Falcon, Poe Dameron and Chewbacca are obviously in misery, asking Stormtrooper-turned-Resistance-fighter Finn if the whole lot’s set since they are “about to be cooked.” “We are nearly there,” Finn says, then retrieves some type of cassette or plug from R2-D2. They have got were given what they wanted, and it appears it got here from an alien good friend with 4 horns. 

“How can we thanks?” Finn asks the multi-horned creature. 

“Win the struggle!” it replies. 

Hatches shut. The Millennium Falcon undocks. And the race is on in the course of the ice-covered corridors, with TIE warring parties at the Falcon’s heels. It feels a little bit like Lando’s Demise Megastar run from Episode VI in opposite. There is even a snail-like alien good friend aboard. We see so much of TIE warring parties, the Falcon zooms thru an ice wall and in spite of everything shoots into hyperspace.

What follows are a sequence of quick, however attention-grabbing, scenes set to a sweeping “Megastar Wars” soundtrack, together with hints of John Williams’ Duel of the Fates from the epic Episode I lightsaber showdown between Darth Maul, Obi-Wan Kenobi and Qui-Gon Jinn. 

There is the wilderness chase of Rey through First Order soldiers on this planet Pasana; a stomach-churning flight over an ocean global with Demise Megastar particles from Episode IV (Endor, perhaps); Kylo Ren wields his lightsaber and takes down an opponent with a gut-punch; Poe, Finn and Chewie glance again in a woodland; Lando cheers within the Falcon with Chewie and the Falcon zooms thru some pointy-looking spires as TIE warring parties give chase.

We see a lightsaber struggle between Rey and Kylo Ren at the stays of the Demise Megastar; the Resistance fleet flying thru a blood-red nebula after which attractive a critically well-funded Megastar Destroyer workforce; and extra flashes of motion in area and on planets. 

As a teaser, the Disney Plus clip for “Rise of Skywalker” does not disappoint. We will be able to’t watch for Friday to peer the ones phrases on seem at the display screen: “A very long time in the past in a galaxy a ways, a ways away.” 

Electronic mail Tariq Malik at tmalik@area.com or apply him @tariqjmalik. Observe us @Spacedotcom, Fb and Instagram.

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