The poster harkens back to the poster for the first Star Wars film in 1977 in which Skywalker similarly pointed the beam up.
It included some of her scenes from upcoming movie Star Wars: The Last Jedi, which will be released in December.
In the beloved film franchise, Hamill portrays the Jedi Knight Luke Skywalker.
When asked about how he felt that his character didn't reunite with Han Solo before his tragic death at the hands of his son, Kylo Ren, he gave a pretty clear reason why he was left disappointed.
The presentation was mostly a game of teasing hints about the film while revealing very little about it. "A small amount", said Ridley, laughing. Star Wars Battlefront 2 sounds like a step up from 2015's entry in every single way, adding many fan-requested features, including split-screen co-op, which will be available at launch this time around. He didn't reveal more information about how the movie is going to reveal this crucial bit of information that might be instrumental to the entire story.
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"Well, if you say so", he said.
Mark Hamill has opened up about his regret for the blockbuster Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens.
Hamill told stories of visiting with Fisher and her mother, Debbie Reynolds, in NY and attending incredible parties at their homes in Los Angeles. Of course, this means Episode VIII will address the most significant mystery surrounding the character: her parentage.
Perhaps his arc in Star Wars: The Last Jedi will see his belief in the light reinvigorated though by mentoring Rey?
"She (Fisher) loved you, and I certainly love you, and I need your support, and we all need each other's support to make sure that we honour her legacy", he said.