Rey has a “cross to bear” in new Star Wars: The Last Jedi TV spot!

This morning TV’s Johnny Grasso was doing what he does best: not reading and watching TV. The best part of this story it that Johnny caught a new shot in the spot that’s so exciting I can’t believe they released it on TV. It appears as if Rey actually borrows Kylo Ren’s crossbar lightsaber and she’s right next to Snoke’s machine that is apparently central to the plot (I’m playing dumb). I would assume he gets really nervous about Rey’s position in this moment.

I think they might have given up one of the best moments in the film with this shot in a TV spot, which I dig. But it is clearly time to get off the internet if you have a line for this kind of stuff.

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Well, I protected it as far as I could. This is a weird one. I know people are going to be angry if they accidentally see it but it is also likely to be on TV for the next week anyways. I’ve done my best. However, this is the point to step away from social media until you see the film if you can are sensitive to this stuff and I’m telling all my friends this too.

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  • Avner

    What does this machine do? I really sincerely hope that the big evil plot in this film doesn’t simply involve a Machine…

  • Jesper Johansen

    Weird cut – she looks in a different direction in the two clips. It almost seems as the guards and Rey are fighting together…?

  • Carmelo Pappalardo

    Oh my freakin’ god!

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  • mark21967

    I don’t understand why everyone is freaking out about this. So, she steals / uses kylo’s saber. So what. Maybe she kicked his ass again and stole it? I don’t see how this gives anything away.

    • jbird669

      Exactly! It’s much ado about nothing without context. it also goes to show that people believe everything they read or see (headlines say it’s a spoiler, she’s evil, etc). Then People believe it. No wonder we’re in the state we’re in.

  • domusvita

    “Uh…WHAT??” is what I just yelled at my office. Thankfully no one is here yet.