Just like it did with Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Vanity Fair is covering Star Wars: The Last Jedi with four separate covers, informative interviews with the cast, and exciting insider reveals. There are also several pics of the late Carrie Fisher in what will be her final role as General Leia, including shots of her and real life daughter Billie Lourde who plays Lieutenant Connix in the Resistance. There's also quite a bit of plot info on the eighth installment of the Star Wars franchise, but we'll get into that in another article.
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The Ducks had a chance to complete the comeback when Roman Josi took a delay-of-game penalty for shooting the puck over the glass. For all of the goals - six on 18 shots - and Sissons' hat trick, the player of the game again was goalie Pekka Rinne .
It's a shame we won't get to find out what that film would have looked like, but Fisher and her iconic character will no doubt be given a proper send off in The Last Jedi this December.
Rose is expected to be a major player in The Last Jedi - she even earned a spot on the Vanity Fair cover alongside Finn, Poe, and BB-8.
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And how, by June, they were so dominant that rooting for them to make history was the only way to make any of it compelling. And in the first two games, Irving did not have anywhere near the type of two-way impact that James, Durant and Curry had.
All the pictures have been taken by Annie Leibovitz and are a part of the coverage of Vanity Fair magazine.
This doesn't come as a surprise - after all Johnson did say before that he was working hard to make sure that The Last Jedi wouldn't have the same rhythm as The Empire Strikes Back.
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We will see what happens. "We sit round with Bear , watch old films like Ritchie Rich and Stand By Me, have a laugh". Meanwhile, Liam also revealed the couple have already held discussions about having another child.