This The Last Jedi IMAX Poster Brings The Red

This The Last Jedi IMAX Poster Brings The Red

It looks like Christmas may have come early for Star Wars fans as Disney has made an announcement that will send your hearts racing as fast as the Millennium Falcon.

"Star Wars is the greatest modern mythology and we feel very lucky to have contributed to it".

"I'm so happy to be here in Disneyland with you today".

It will not be the first time Disneyland has added new scenes to Star Tours to help promote a movie by Lucasfilm, which is owned by Walt Disney Co. With buckled seat belts and 3D glasses in hand, Hamill turned behind him to address the group one last time.

"I nearly forgot! May the Force be with you", he quipped. This time around, it is Hamill's brooding Luke Skywalker who reigns supreme, while Rey can be seen sporting a lovely, blood-red cloak.

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Actually, that one guy seemed like he didn't know what was going on, but maybe that's just the shock of meeting a Jedi Master setting in.

Star Tours: The Adventure Continues in Disneyland is the new version of the classic ride, offering guests to be transported to locations from the original, prequel, and sequel trilogy, in the galaxy far, far away.

That was exactly what happened in at Disneyland in Anaheim, California when Hamill showed up in a Star Tours ride - making jaws drop in the crowd.

Embedded below, the crimson one-sheet is essentially a rearranged version of the previous IMAX poster for Star Wars: The Last Jedi - for the record, the global poster actually placed Rey over the entire cast (human and otherwise), much to the amusement of Mark Hamill.

No word yet on whether any former characters will make an appearance in the new trilogy or what the movie plot is mainly about, so guess we'll have to wait and see.

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