Luke Skywalker’s First Words To Rey Revealed In Star Wars: The Last Jedi

*SPOILERS - For those that do no wish to have any detail, no matter how grand or small spoiled, it is best advised that you do not proceed reading beyond this point.

This week Disney shareholders were presented with insights into their upcoming productions that showcase all of their assets on the big screen. But there was only one movie that anyone would be talking about when the select few managed to get hold of their phones to spill the beans - Star Wars: The Last Jedi.

Los Angeles Times Reporter Daniel Miller sent out a string of tweets outlining what he took from the shots, including the start to the hotly anticipated meeting between Luke Skywalker and Rey.

"We just saw more Star Wars: The Last Jedi footage," tweeted Miller. "In it, Luke asks Rey, 'Who are you?' Then we see her deftly handle a lightsaber... Also making appearances in The Last Jedi footage: Chewbacca, General Leia Organa and Finn... More on The Last Jedi clip, since ppl are asking: General Leia Organa was onscreen for just a second in military garb and didn't speak... More on The Last Jedi clip: We saw a shot of an X-wing wobbling mid-air, under attack inside a giant ship. Looked like a wounded bird... One last thing on the Last Jedi footage: We saw all sorts of settings -- mountains, oceans, forests, deserts. Look suitably epic, exotic."

Fisher Song Released By John Lennon's Son

With the help of Willow Smith on vocals, Sean Lennon has presented a fresh track titled 'Bird Song' that was penned by the late Carrie Fisher. The Star Wars star had developed the song with the son of The Beatles legend before her sudden death in 2016, only to post the track on Soundcloud this week.

The 41-year old remarked alongside the music: “Carrie and I wrote this song years ago. When she died I just felt I had to record it.”

John Boyega Gets Frustrated With SW8 Scenes

If some of the dialogue can be hard to grasp during an installment of the fantasy science fiction franchise, then do not fret because even key members of the casting are bemused. John Boyega posted an image on social media to show off his framed poster from the latest movie, holding his face with the headline 'Bio-Hexacrypt.'

Perhaps a wink and nod to a phrase that the actor found difficult to come to terms with, the performer remarked, "A gift from @riancjohnson (director) expressing my frustration with the most complex Star Wars lingo. You'll find out more later!"

Source: Polygon, Express, NME