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New Star Wars: The Last Jedi Characters and City Revealed

The Star Wars Show is pretty much the best place to get 100% accurate scoops on any Star Wars related film, considering they're an official part of the galaxy. So you can take the news delievered in this new clip to the bank—these characters and this city from Rian Johnson's Star Wars: The Last Jedi are the real deal. What makes this scoop doubly accurate is they're getting their information this time around from Vanity Fair's massive The Last Jedi spread, shot by Annie Leibovitz, which hit newstands today. Yesterday we shared the four different Star Wars covers that Vanity Fair was releasing, and now the full spread is available—a gallery of more than a dozen photos that introduces us to the wealthy people and alien creatures who inhabit the cosmopolitan city of Canto Bight. The VF spread also gives us our first look at Benecio Del Toro's character DJ, described as an "unscruplous grifter," and Laura Dern's character Vice Admiral Amilyn Holdo. 

The spread also includes, of course, the characters we know and love, including Daisy Ridley's Rey and Chewbacca in the Millennium Falcon, Kylo Ren (Adam Driver) and Rey drawing their lightsabers, director Rian Johnson, Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy, and stars Carrie Fisher and Mark Hamill behind-the-scenes, and, a peek at the droid department, where Anthony Daniels dons his C-3P0 suit. 

Take a look at the images in the video below, and we'll keep you posted on all things Last Jedi as we inch our way towards the December 15 premiere.

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