Fans will also be able to buy advance tickets for the movie very soon.
One fan took to Twitter to ask Mark Hamill when a new trailer would debut, with the star teasing that the fan should tune in to Monday Night Football on October 9 for "no reason in particular". Unsurprisingly, Last Jedi marketing has been more focused on the heroes of the story - particularly Luke and Rey - with the antagonists taking a back seat. It will be interesting to see if the upcoming trailer will put the spotlight on the villains in the First Order.
SIU identifies teen victims of Thursday's fatal crash on Hwy 6
The Unit is also asking anyone with any video evidence related to the incident to upload it through the SIU's website. The SIU has now invoked its mandate, and Waterloo police say they will not be making any further comments.
Named the "Jedi Killer", Kylo's helmet is used to simply hide his identity as the son of Han Solo (Harrison Ford) and Leia Organa (Carrie Fisher), and the nephew of Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill), while "he delves further into the power of the Dark Side of the Force". Because, of course, nothing says fandom more than getting your Star Wars fix with your food fix.
The image clearly shows that tickets will go on sale on Monday, October 9.
First look of Sara Ali Khan from 'Kedarnath'
He called the entire journey "nothing short of an expedition" and how their smiles were still intact. Sara is the daughter of Saif Ali Khan and Amrita Singh , who was his first wife.
The new toys include 6-inch figures of recent characters like Rey (portrayed onscreen by actress Daisy Ridley) and DJ (Benicio Del Toro), as well as Lando Calrissian from the original Star Wars trilogy.
It's not yet clear if there will be special events leading up to the release of the movie just as there were when The Force Awakens hit theaters, but there might not be quite as much pomp and circumstance this time.
Hamilton: Verstappen 'looked so big in my mirrors'
Hamilton had left Malaysia last week concerned after his Mercedes had been soundly outpaced by Red Bull and Ferrari . Fellow Finn Kimi Raikkonen , also struck by a gearbox-related grid penalty, was the sole-surviving Ferrari in fifth.
The movie is written and directed by Rian Johnson and produced by Kathleen Kennedy and Ram Bergman.