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‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ teaser trailer lands in our galaxy

The brief teaser doesn’t give away much, but it does provide glimpses of the ongoing war between the Resistance and the First Order as well as the apparent Jedi training of Daisy Ridley’s Rey.”I only know one truth,” Skywalker says at the close of the trailer. “It’s time for the Jedi to end.”

Even though the teaser is only two minutes long it was more than enough to whet the appetite of those on social media.


“Watching the #TheLastJedi trailer livestream like a teenage fanboy,” tweeted actress Elizabeth Banks. “What does it all mean?”

The teaser racked up more than 480,000 YouTube views in less than an hour.

The series also introduced a new poster that had Rey holding a lightsaber to the sky with the faces of Skywalker and Adam Driver’s Kylo Ren above her.

The poster, which has a retro feel, appears to be a call back to one of the posters from the original 1977 film.

North Korea prepares for ‘big event’ amid escalating US military pressure

THE world has been on a knife-edge waiting for North Korea to reveal its big event amid concerns of nuclear missile tests.
But it turns out the “big and important event” that sent scores of foreign journalists flocking to Pyongyang has nothing to do with missiles – it’s only the opening of a new street.
“Our revolutionary strong army is keenly watching every move by enemy elements with our nuclear sight focused on the US invasionary bases not only in South Korea and the Pacific operation theatre but also in the US mainland,” North Korea’s official Rodong Sinmun newspaper said.

The threat came as US President Donald Trump accused North Korea of “looking for trouble” in a Twitter post. He also called the rogue nation a “menace
Meanwhile, the Australian Government remains “very concerned” that growing tensions between the US and North Korea could lead to armed conflict.

On Wednesday (AEST), North Korean state media warned it wouldn’t hesitate to launch a nuclear attack on the United States at any sign of American aggression.

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