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Does the IMAX standee for The Last Jedi feature a major spoiler?
11 October 2017, 09:06 | Myron Mathis
Pic: Skellig Michael features in beautiful IMAX poster for The Last Jedi
The Star Wars main title composition is arguably is one of the most recognizable movie themes ever written, and with the pending release of Episode VIII - The Last Jedi, it has been given a new spin by a fan that in all likelihood has never been heard before.
The above image was shared to Twitter with the caption "Light side or the dark", and you will of course notice that Luke is present on both sides, and is looking rather Sith Lord-like on the First Order side, where he's joined by Kylo Ren, Captain Phasma and Snoke's Praetorian Guards.
This week's social media buzz for upcoming films was topped by Justice League and Star Wars: The Last Jedi, according to numbers gathered by media analyst firm comScore and PreAct (via Variety).
It stars Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher, Adam Driver, Daisy Ridley, John Boyega, Oscar Isaac, Andy Serkis, Lupita Nyong'o, Domhnall Gleeson, Anthony Daniels, and Gwendoline Christie in returning roles.
It's wonderful that fans are having fun with the Porgs so far, especially since fans are worrying that they may end up being to The Last Jedi as the Ewoks were to Return of the Jedi. And in the new trailer, in which he seems to decide against training Rey in the ways of the Jedi, he says, "This is not going to go the way you think". But the IMAX standee is the first time we've seen Luke actually depicted on the opposite and ominous side of the Force.
Lenovo and Disney are tying up with UAE operator Etisalat to offer "Star Wars: Jedi Challenges", an augmented reality product.
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