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The second film in the Star Wars sequel trilogy, The Last Jedi, is set to be one of the biggest fall 2017 movie releases.

Daisy Ridley, as Rey, in a scene from "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" official trailer.

There will also be some opening night festivities at select IMAX theaters, including collectible Star Wars trading cards, and a special concession offer.

Check out the brand new poster for Star Wars: #TheLastJedi and watch the trailer tonight. Rey sees "light", "darkness" and "balance", but fails to see the full scope.

The memory of that night haunts Luke even as he finds another student of the Force. "It didn't scare me enough then", Skywalker says as shots of Rey using the Force are shown. Whether this is meant to signal her move to the dark side remains to be seen. All of the movie's new characters - with the exception of the attention-grabbing Porg - are absent from this trailer. First, Luke's apparent (we can never be sure how much we are being misdirected) worrying about Rey's power, echoing Ben Solo turning into the darker Ren and Annakin Skywalker becoming Darth Vader, complicates the expected Luke-Rey training narrative.

The trailer for "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" sent Twitter abuzz Tuesday after the clip revealed Andy Serkis's Supreme Leader Snoke. Star Wars fever will be caught before long all around the world. And do they think Kylo Ren really will fire on his mother's ship (and yes, we're still emotional after seeing Carrie Fisher), or is that moment of hesitation a sign of where his story is going?

The most obvious question from the trailer is: what's going on with Crait?

Tickets to "Last Jedi" went on sale following the trailer's debut, leaving fans scrambling to nab a ticket to the film - which opens on December 15.

Another detail which would make sense, the possible death of princess Leïa is implied by the comments of Kylo Ren in the middle of the battle space: "Let the past die".