Star Wars- The last Jedi: Hype for the upcoming movie increases as Chewbacca turns violent in its latest clip
December may be happening for major people as they are excited for Christmas holidays. In contrast to that, for a Star Wars fan it will be a long wait until they get to watch the awaited re-make of the hit franchise Star Wars as its second part The Last Jedi is set to release in December.
Makers of the movie are set on teasing the audience till the movie finally releases on December 15. Apparently, they released a short teaser of the movie in which advertises the app-enabled droid BB-8 fighting alongside Poe Dameron.
The fans and tech enthusiasts went crazy over this teaser. People are getting more and more worked up as the release date of the movie is approaching.
The makers are driving audience crazy by giving them hints on the upcoming movie. Shortly after the teaser was released, they released a movie clip featuring Chewbacca. Chewbacca, also known as Chewy is one of the most anticipated character of the movie.
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In the movie clip Chewbacca is seen crushing an innocent prog (an inquisitive avian seen on the cliffs of Luke Skywalker's secluded island). So, why is captain chewy, the loved character in the series turning violent in the upcoming movie? Is the prog really abused by the Wookiee warrior? Well to find out, you have to wait till December.
In contrast to the fact that the Star Wars fan are already crazy over the movie, the makers are focusing on developing the hype into new audiences.
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Maybe Luke returns to spaceship contrary to Wookiee-on-Porg violence
“We welcome you back” says a female echo as the clip starts which says if you know what the makers mean. Fans, hyped enough? As the prog is terrified by Chewbacca thrashing it aboard the Millennium Falcon, Luke is seen returning to a spaceship’s jalopy.
More anticipation is building among the audience. The audience is going crazy over each clip the makers are releasing. Fans, what do you think of Chewy turning violent? It surely adds up to the hype, right?