And it looks like villain Kylo Ren is more than ready to step into the Darth Vader-style destiny that awaits him. Who knows what this new rebel will bring!
Since then, Cinerama has updated its database server, changed hardware firewalls, changed from a microwave to fiber-based internet service provider, and rebuilt how the web servers talk to the database server - all aimed at ensuring a smoother experience for "The Last Jedi".
We'll have to wait and see how this all-important scene plays out, but one thing's for sure - we'll all be crying by the end.
If Rian Johnson says you should watch it, who are we to argue?
If they're on the cliffs with Luke and Rey, perhaps Rey adopts a little porg to accompany her when she leaves Skywalker. So what happens next?
What's slightly more ambiguous is Rey's encounter with Luke on Ahch-To.
And, possible spoiler alert, but the very last scene of the trailer has people Freaking.
So here's what we know for sure: Luke Skywalker is the last Jedi at the beginning of The Last Jedi. Luke may have the experience to train Rey, but then, maybe Rey has the innocence and idealism to shake the old Jedi Master out of his gloomy funk.
The footage also sees Carrie Fisher, who died at age 60 a year ago, looks fearful and deep in contemplation as Kylo Ren, is considering blowing up her ship.
Luke Skywalker, meanwhile, looks anxious as he says, "I've seen this raw strength only once before".
Does Kylo Ren have a conscience after all? "I wanted her (Carrie) to just look fabulous in this movie".
It certainly leads nicely into the more shocking of the potential revelations in the trailer, which seemingly shows Rey considering joining the Dark Side. You can find a list of theaters nationwide playing Star Wars: The Last Jedi in 70mm IMAX by clicking here.
On a more hopeful note, Poe Dameron offers some rallying words as the trailer moves to fight sequences full of sparks, fire, and Finn.
Carrie Fisher is once again featured as General Leia Organa, in footage filmed before her death last December.
About a month ago, he told The New York Times that Skywalker is clearly the last Jedi.
It could be that killing his mother is the ultimate proof Snoke wants from Kylo to prove that he is committed to the dark side - but when that moment finally arrives, he refutes Snoke's orders. But does Rey's raw power frighten him in a good way or a bad way? All we can say for now is that December can't come soon enough.