Carrie Fisher will share scenes with her daughter in Star Wars IX

Carrie Fisher will share scenes with her daughter in Star Wars IX

Carrie Fisher will share scenes with her daughter in Star Wars IX

The iconic magazine has featured set and character photos along with cover stories chock full of details that let fans speculate more and more. She captured the lovely essence of what is sure going to be a spectacular Episode IX.

Some of that camaraderie might even have to do with a small snippet of script leaked by C-3PO portrayer and Star Wars legend Anthony Daniels.

Some of the first things that pop up are actually in the captions for the photos. How they all met and grew closer together as teammates looks to take place off-screen, but if photos of a desert ship chase on planet Pasaana is any indication, fans will get to see how this tightknit group functions now that they're together again.

In the caption for Keri Russell's character it also mentioned the Thieves' Quarter on Kijimi. "It felt slightly more renegade [on 'The Rise of Skywalker.'] It felt slightly more like, you know, f-- it, I'm going to do the thing that feels right because it does, not because it adheres to something".

So, Grant is not playing Snoke as was previously speculated. Closure for the Resistance and the First Order, whose coming conflict has ebbed and flowed since The Force Awakens. In fact, speaking to Vanity Fair, it sounds like Abrams is taking some big cues from that film.

Finn will have love interest in "Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker". Closure for the Jedi and the Sith, as sources tell Vanity Fair. J.J. Abrams, alongside Stunt Coordinator Eunice Huthart, directs the Knights of Ren; elite fearsome enforcers of Kylo Ren's dark will. Photograph by Annie Leibovitz. According to Lucasfilm's creative art manager Phil Szostak, the look of the Knights in The Force Awakens was based on rejected designs for Kylo Ren, and you can certainly see how their appearance influenced Kylo's. The article confirms that to be the case, but doesn't elaborate as to why.

Was it training? Did Kylo turn? We don't know yet.

Adam Driver, who portrays Ren, may have offered a bit of insight into what lies in store for the character in Rise of Skywalker, pointing to his odd but undeniable connection with Rey as a narrative development that has not yet been fully explored.

"If you were the product of those two people, two very strong personalities who seemed to be nearly more committed to a cause than anything else, what's that like?" the actor says.

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