Star Wars: The Last Jedi: First look at Rey, Finn and Poe

Brunilde Fioravanti
Febbraio 17, 2017

Lucky for us, Star Wars is a global phenomenon, which means Disney has to translate the title into several languages for the worldwide releases.

"I love the fact that I don't have to talk about Star Wars". In english the word "Jedi" is both plural or singular, but now that the title of the newest Star Wars film has been translated into other languages, there's growing evidence many Jedi could be invovled.

Disney has announced it will stage yet another Force Friday event later this year that will give hardcore fans a chance to buy many products for Star Wars: The Last Jedi.

As excited as toys and merchandise are, today's news pales in comparison to the photo that accompanies the announcement.

One thing that sticks out about the packaging that people freaking out about is Rey holding a lightsaber.

While specifics about Force Friday II are still being kept close to Lucasfilm's chest, they tease "something befitting the excitement of the next episode of the Star Wars saga".

There have always been speculations that Tom Hardy will be joining the cast of "Star Wars: The Last Jedi", with some fans believing that the "Taboo" star will be playing a very important role in the highly anticipated sequel.

The first trailer for "Star Wars: Episode VIII - The Last Jedi" is expected to debut a panel event in April. No such event took place before the release of Rouge One previous year. During the week of Force Friday in 2015, $1 for every $11 spent on toys was spent on a Star Wars item. Fans took to social media to share their experiences with almost 3 billion Twitter impressions about the events, using #ForceFriday.

Nothing is as strong in the Force as a very big Star Wars merchandising push.

And here we are: the global translations have arrived and Star Wars: The Last Jedi is plural, meaning that the title is in reference to more than one Jedi Knight.

Tom's role in the eighth Star Wars film has never been fully confirmed but it has been rumoured for months that he would appear in a galaxy far, far away. The toys will go on sale at 12.01 am on September 1 around the world for a weekend-long celebration of Star Wars.

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