In a Vainness Honest unique, we’ve been given an intensive photograph preview of the ninth Star Wars movie entitled Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker with photographs that reveal not solely a few of the new characters we’ll see but additionally some by no means earlier than seen scenes from the upcoming movie.
Have a look beneath on the imagery (with quoted captions) that was captured by well-known photographer Annie Leibowitz and head over to Vainness Honest to learn the whole article.
Director J. J. Abrams units up a shot of Daisy Ridley (Rey) in Jordan’s Wadi Rum desert, the setting for the planet Pasaana. Within the desert, says Abrams, “there’s one thing about the way in which the sand interacts with the sunshine.”
J.J. Abrams, alongside Stunt Coordinator Eunice Huthart, directs the Knights of Ren; elite fearsome enforcers of Kylo Ren’s darkish will.
Vainness Honest reveals Keri Russell because the masked scoundrel Zorri Bliss, seen within the Thieves’ Quarter of the snow-dusted world Kijimi.
First Order leaders Basic Hux (Domhnall Gleeson) and Allegiant Basic Pryde (Richard E. Grant) on the bridge of Kylo Ren’s destroyer.
Joonas Suotamo (Chewbacca), Ridley, Anthony Daniels (C-3PO), and John Boyega (Finn) await the decision to motion for a chase scene.
Members of the crew shade and shine Daniels, the one solid member to seem in all 9 of the Skywalker movies, whereas BB-Eight appears on.
Finn and new ally Jannah (Naomi Ackie), atop hardy orbaks, lead the cost in opposition to the mechanized forces of the First Order. “It’s extraordinarily surreal to be in it,” says Ackie, “and see the way it works from the within.”
Kylo Ren (Adam Driver) and Rey battle it out with lightsabers in a stormy confrontation. Their Power-connection—what Driver calls their “maybe-bond”—will prove to run even deeper than beforehand revealed.
Digicam operator Colin Anderson readies a take for a chase sequence spotlighting the heroics of Chewbacca, BB-Eight, and Rey.
Jordanian locals play the Aki-Aki, natives of the planet Pasaana.
Composer John Williams conducting the Star Wars rating, drawing on themes and motifs he has woven throughout 4 a long time. “I didn’t assume there would ever be a second movie,” he says.
Mark Hamill, as Luke, with R2-D2. Hypothesis is rampant about who will “rise” because the Skywalker of the film’s title—and the way that alternative will replicate the way in which the world has modified since Star Wars debuted in 1977.
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All Images by Annie Leibowitz