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Entertainment Weekly Has More 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' Coverage

Written by sdsichero on Monday, November 20 2017 and posted in News with Benefits

Entertainment Weekly Has More 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' Coverage

Images, articles, and a bonus TV spot

Source: The Last Jedi: Venture into the Star Wars galaxy with four new EW covers

Entertainment Weekly returns to more Star Wars: The Last Jedi coverage for its December issue. The magazine previously featured the movie in their Fall movie preview issue and had two Star Wars covers. This time around there are four covers, though you may not have a choice of all of them depending where you shop.

starwarstljewcvr1.jpgEntertainment Weekly Star Wars: The Last Jedi cover 1: Kylo Ren (Adam Driver) and Rey (Daisy Ridley)

starwarstljewcvr2.jpgEntertainment Weekly Star Wars: The Last Jedi cover 2: BB-8, Finn (John Boyega), and Rose Tico (Kelly Marie Tran)


starwarstljewcvr3.jpgEntertainment Weekly Star Wars: The Last Jedi cover 3: Poe Dameron (Oscar Issac) and Vice Admiral Amilyn Holdo (Laura Dern)


starwarstljewcvr4.jpgEntertainment Weekly Star Wars: The Last Jedi cover 4 (apparently a Barnes & Noble exclusive): Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill) and Leia Organa (Carrie Fisher)


Like previous coverage of Star Wars movies, EW also featured a gallery of images from the movie:

bb8-finn-rose-canto.jpgBB-8, Finn, and Rose on Canto Bight


lukewatchesrey.jpgLuke watches Rey's lightsaber practice


reyblurrykylo.jpgRey looks on as Kylo approaches


johnson-fisher.jpgDirector Rian Johnson talks with Carrie Fisher on set


Leia and Poe


admiralholdo.jpgVice Admiral Holdo


falconinhyperspaceThe Millennium Falcon in Hyperspace


reylightsaberrain.jpgRey in the rain with a lightsaber


kylolooksathelmet.jpgKylo gazes at his helmet


atm6shuttleoncrait.jpgAT-M6 walkers and Kylo Ren's shuttle on Crait


Entertainment Weekly also promised Star Wars: The Last Jedi all week. Today they are featuring articles about Luke returning to the Millennium Falcon set and one comparing and contrasting Kylo and Rey.

Finally, as a bonus, the official Star Wars YouTube channel released a new The Last Jedi TV spot titled "Heroes" (it has a few seconds of new footage):



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