The trailer provides some clues about what to expect when the story ends
If you didn't spend the last day obsessively following the election results, you might have heard of it Star Wars the trailer is out.
It was aired in the first round during the NFL match between the New England Patriots and New York Jets on TSN last night.
If you want to see Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker when it premiered on December 20, you can also buy your ticket now.
Wait a minute … it's like, almost two more months!
That's right, you have to make it through the opening of the Raptors house, Halloween, Remembrance Day and release another highly anticipated Disney movie (Frozen 2) before you know what happened in the final battle between the Resistance and the First Order.
Daisy Ridley, right, plays Rey in the highly anticipated Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. Disney released the latest photos and trailers on Monday. (Disney)
This film is the last installment in the new trilogy, following The Last Jedi from 2017 and The Force Awakens in 2015.
This is the ninth and final film in the whole saga.
Disney described the film as "a striking conclusion from the seminal Skywalker saga, where a new legend will be born and the final battle for freedom has not yet arrived."
Footage is full of messages about the end, like when C-3PO said, "Last seen, sir, to my friends."
Excitement around Star Wars not new.
Don't forget that this story began more than 40 years ago, with the release of the original film, it is sufficiently mentioned Star Wars.
In this photo from June 1977, fans waited in line in front of the Avco Center Theater in Los Angeles to see the original Star Wars film. (AP photo)
At that time, you have to wait in a long line to get your ticket to the film.
Perhaps the fact that the trailer for a new film was released on election night in Canada is no coincidence, given that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who has just been re-elected, is himself a long time ago Star Wars fan.
He and his wife even dressed as characters from the film a few years ago.
Justin Trudeau was dressed as Hans Solo for Halloween in 2015, with his wife, Sophie Gregoire Trudeau, who was dressed as Princess Leia. (Justin Tang / The Canadian Press)
Or maybe the trailer release has more to do with the fact that yesterday will be the birthday of the original Princess Leia, Carrie Fisher.
Fisher died in 2016, but appeared in a trailer, thanks to an unused recording from The Force Awakens.
As far as what happened in the final installments of the series, it looks like the fight between Rey and Emperor Palpatine, but also leaves many questions.
"Facing fear is the Jedi's destiny," Luke Skywalker was heard saying in the trailer.
"Your fate …" his voice disappeared.
Who is destiny? Rey's destiny?
You just need to wait to find out when the film was released on December 20th.