Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker Premiere: See the Stars Arrive

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We have a Okay feeling about this! The premiere of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker It is in full swing!

Celebrities are currently arriving on the red carpet in Los Angeles to celebrate the highly anticipated film, which will be released in theaters this Friday, December 20! Actors Daisy ridley, John Boyega, Adam Driver, Oscar Isaac and Mark hamill everyone is expected to be present at tonight's premiere of The rise of Skywalker, the third movie in the sequel trilogy, which will also be his last installment.

the J.J. Abramsdirected by the movie begins where 2017 The Last Jedi left, with the Resistance against the First Order. As previously announced, the final Carrie fisher It will also appear as Leia for the last time in the movie through unseen images.

"There was no other way to say the end of the Skywalker saga than with Leia, you need to have Leia in the movie," director Abrams told E! News at the Disney Convention D23 Expo during the summer. "There was simply no way to do it."

"When we found these scenes that we had not used The awakening of the force that we realized that we could use now … suddenly things that had hit my head against the wall that we had shot but that we had not used, suddenly I felt that, well, of course, this is incredible, they are like these Gifts, "Abrams,quot; So, we have to have Carrie in the movie and she's great in the movie. "It's just that it's impossible to think she's not here."

As we prepare for the launch of The rise of Skywalker, let's take a look at the cast and more stars at the movie's premiere.

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