Star Wars: The Last JediHot
There are not going to be any screeners being producers or sent, as its common with both Disney and Star Wars related promo material in the past.
The movie will be premiered in Russia only a day after its international release, on 14 December 2017. And since most early movie pirate versions of movies stem from Russia, expect something just a day or two after its debut. After that, an english speaking audio rip has to leak, and mashed together with the Russian video. That's usually the case.
But it's no secret that most of us will not want to ruin this spectacle with a CAM pirated version, and will wait for the BluRay version after seeing it in the cinemas.
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The new trailer is out
As tickets are now out, so is the final trailer before the movie hits cinemas. And as with all Star Wars movies, a CAM torrent and stream will likely hit the web only hours after its premiere.
Star Wars 8: Rian Johnson gave Joseph Gordon-Levitt a cameo in The Last Jedi
Both The Force Awakens and Rogue One featured cameos from various established actors, musicians, and directors, ranging from Daniel Craig’s Stormtrooper to Bill Hader and Ben Schwartz voicing BB-8.
The Last Jedi looks set to continue that trend, director Rian Johnson — who himself appeared briefly in Rogue One — confirming Joseph Gordon-Levitt will appear in Episode VIII.
Gordon-Levitt previously appeared in Johnson’s films debut feature, Brick, and 2012’s Looper, the picture that helped land Johnson the Star Wars gig.
According to the Japanese publication Premiere Report, the actor will have a voice role rather than appearing in person, likely something akin to Craig in The Force Awakens.
The Star Wars fan-site Star Wars Net broke the news, detailing how Gordon-Levitt will voice an alien in the upcoming sci-fi sequel.
- Jack Shepherd
AT-M6 is the new AT-AT walker
The Star Wars show introduced some new vehicles, including a brand new version of an old classic - The AT-M6. It stands for "All Terrain Megacaliber Six" and seems to be an upgrade from the AT-AT walker introduced in the fourth instalment. And rumour has it - It has much more mobility compared to its predecessor.