Amazon releases 'hidden' Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker promo video

Shawn Knight

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Fortunately, gaining access to the nearly two-minute-long behind-the-scenes clip is easy enough. On the web or in the Amazon app, simply type #TheRiseofSkywalker into the search bar and run the query. If you have a Fire TV device with Alexa voice commands or a paired Echo device, just say, “Alexa, the Force will be with you always” to queue it up.

The resulting landing page offers visitors the opportunity to pre-purchase tickets to the film’s premiere, watch the aforementioned video and of course, shop Star Wars merchandise on Amazon.

As for the clip, it mostly features cast members reflecting on the end of the Skywalker saga. While there’s nothing overly revealing or “must-see” about it, it’s a neat tribute nevertheless and one that diehard fans will no doubt want to soak in given the gravity of the saga coming to an end.

Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker hits theaters on December 20 and is expected to be an absolute moneymaker. The lucrative merchandising machine has already ramped up and is only expected to gain momentum through the holidays.

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This franchise is still relevant?
For me it died as soon as Han Solo was killed off.
TLJ was the biggest steaming pile of sh*t within 12 parsecs.
I have no hope this latest installment will be any better.
 
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DasPooch

TS Rookie
"Diehard fans"

lol this author seems to be confused about the long-running SW fandom. Gave me a giggle.

Also, I think the actors are being actors in any newly released "how does it feel" segment, because previous questions of that nature to the actors yielded worrisome (but not surprising) reactions.

Also, if anyone was still wondering about leaks, the Swedish ratings board (which goes into specific details of scenes) confirmed a few big things. So did the soundtrack listing.
 

Uncle Al

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I suspect the phrase "like beating a dead horse" couldn't be used enough on ever conversation about Star Wars ......