Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker
All good things come to an end: the ninth episode of the Star Wars saga faced numerous challenges while in production, but finally it is ready to debut in cinemas throughout the world.
A fired director, the unexpected death of Carrie Fisher - these are only a few of the numerous difficulties around the production. Though J.J. Abrams came back to direct the final episode, and they also had some unused footage to bring the late actress back as princess Leia, the shooting process was far from being easy, notably because of the interesting turns that Rian Johnson gave to the plot in 'The Last Jedi'. However, J.J. Abrams promised to 'tie up loose ends', and give a real ending to the saga, with no loopholes for a possible sequel or prequel or anything. According to Daisy Ridley, the fans will find the characters more relatable than before, and all secrets will be revealed.
17 December 2019
Hungarian title: Star Wars: Skywalker kora
American sci-fi, 142 min, 2019
The final chapter of the saga from a galaxy far, far away.
Directed by:

J. J. Abrams

Distributor: Fórum Hungary
Premiere: 19 December 2019


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