Can you believe we're less than a week away from the opening of Star Wars: The Last Jedi?
For some Star Wars fans, it's been a struggle to avoid watching any of the trailers or videos Lucasfilm has released in an effort to remain unspoiled, but this new video will definitely delight fans who want to know more about the worlds we'll see in TLJ.
We've heard snippets about casino world Canto Bight, and we've seen behind-the-scenes images of the shooting location in Dubrovnik, Croatia, but it's really different to see that certain alley in Dubrovnik and some of the action there as a finished product.
Likewise, the world of Crait is more real than you think. Shot in giant salt flats in Spain, the landscape is as much a part of the film as the speeders we see carving up the red minerals below the sand. The battle of Crait is going to be a highlight, you can tell.
We also return to Ahch-To for a more in-depth look at the place Luke Skywalker chose for his self-imposed exile. Skellig Michael is stunning to look at and, once again, the natural geography just adds to the cinematic magic.
Just like the desert in Tunisia all those decades ago, these are fully realized, rich, colorful, tangible worlds, and they definitely pull you into the galaxy far, far away.
Star Wars: The Last Jedi hits regular and IMAX theaters on December 15.
(via Coming Soon)