A second trailer for Star Wars: The Last Jedi just dropped online, and warning: You’ll want a box of tissues nearby before you watch. That’s because the sneak peek features a look at Carrie Fisher, who died last year at the age of 60, in her final turn as Princess Leia—and while the scenes of her are brief, they’re striking nonetheless.
Of course, watching the movie when it hits theaters on December 15 will be even more emotional. Fisher had reportedly finished shooting all of her scenes for The Last Jedi before she tragically passed away, but it’s rumored the movie filmed reshoots to explain why her character won’t be in the next installment. We’re not sure yet what that entails—but if it’s anything like the tribute the franchise shared following her death, then we’re confident it will be moving and well done.
Even the poster for the film features Fisher’s Leia front and center.
But back to this new teaser trailer. In addition to the shots of Leia, we see clips of Rey (Daisy Ridley) learning the force with Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill), BB-8 being cute as ever, and Kylo Ren (Adam Driver) looking super ominous and reaching toward…something. In other words: This. Looks. So. Awesome.
Watch for yourself, below.
December can’t come soon enough.
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