Updated: New images and EW covers for The Last Jedi arrive online!

Update: We've added a gallery of new images from STAR WARS: THE LAST JEDI below!

For this week's issue of Entertainment Weekly magazine, the entertainment news publication will be bringing you an exclusive look at STAR WARS: THE LAST JEDI, specifically about the return of the sci-fi saga's favorite farm boy turned intergalactic hero, Luke Skywalker. Moreover, details concerning the film's newest creatures who inhabit a Force-sensitive temple while at Skywalker's side will also be revealed.

Adding to the cool-factor of EW's Fall Movie Preview issue, the outlet will feature both Mark Hamill's Luke Skywalker and Daisy Ridley's Rey on the cover (with each character getting their own solo cover art). Additionally, EW.com will be rolling out eight installments of STAR WARS: THE LAST JEDI coverage, beginning with the Luke and Rey covers, which are then to be followed by Finn (John Boyega) and Rose (Kelly Martin Tran) images - along with a glimpse of some of the new creatures and villains to be featured in the next chapter of the Star Wars saga.

You can check out the art for both the Rey and Luke Skywalker covers below:

EW has also released a series of images from the forthcoming film. You can check those out below:

Tomorrow, information regarding the late and great Carrie Fisher's final appearance as General Leia Organa will be talked about, as Poe Dameron actor Oscar Isaac recalls the life, energy, and performance of his dearly departed co-star. EW says their aim is to avoid spoilers for the film wherever possible while still giving fans a look at what's to come for the highly-anticipated sequel.

Lastly, the special Fall Movie Preview issue is packed with details about the season's upcoming film releases, including films like THOR: RAGNAROK, JUSTICE LEAGUE, BLADE RUNNER 2019, and Stephen King's IT.

Keep your eyes pealed while visiting your friendly neighborhood convenience store for copies of the magazine.

STAR WARS: THE LAST JEDI will force its way into theaters beginning on December 15th

Extra Tidbit: I would follow Daisy Ridley's Rey anywhere in the galaxy. I'd walk directly into the sun if I thought it would make her smile.



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