Vanity Fair Shares New Photos From “Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker”

After four decades, Star Wars is drawing to its epic conclusion.

Vanity Fair is giving fans a first look at some of the sets and costumes from Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker.

There are two covers for this new edition of Vanity Fair, one feature Rey and the other featuring Kylo Ren.

Here are some other photographs from Vanity Fair:

J.J. Abrams, alongside Stunt Coordinator Eunice Huthart, directs the Knights of Ren; elite fearsome enforcers of Kylo Ren’s dark will.

Photograph by Annie Leibovitz.

Keri Russell as the masked scoundrel Zorri Bliss, seen in the Thieves’ Quarter of the snow-dusted world Kijimi.

Photograph by Annie Leibovitz

First Order leaders General Hux (Domhnall Gleeson) and Allegiant General Pryde (Richard E. Grant) on the bridge of Kylo Ren’s destroyer.
Photograph by Annie Leibovitz
Joonas Suotamo (Chewbacca), Ridley, Anthony Daniels (C-3PO), and John Boyega (Finn) await the call to action for a chase scene.
Photograph by Annie Leibovitz
Members of the crew shade and shine Daniels, the only cast member to appear in all nine of the Skywalker films, while BB-8 looks on.
Photograph by Annie Leibovitz
Finn and new ally Jannah (Naomi Ackie), atop hardy orbaks, lead the charge against the mechanized forces of the First Order. “It’s extremely surreal to be in it,” says Ackie, “and see how it works from the inside.”
Photograph by Annie Leibovitz
Kylo Ren (Adam Driver) and Rey battle it out with lightsabers in a stormy confrontation. Their Force-connection—what Driver calls their “maybe-bond”—will turn out to run even deeper than previously revealed.
Photograph by Annie Leibovitz
Camera operator Colin Anderson readies a take for a chase sequence spotlighting the heroics of Chewbacca, BB-8, and Rey.
Photograph by Annie Leibovitz
In a historic reunion, Lando Calrissian (Billy Dee Williams) retakes the helm of the Millennium Falcon, joined by Poe Dameron (Oscar Isaac), Chewbacca, D-O, and BB-8. “He’s a survivor,” Williams says of Lando.
Photograph by Annie Leibovitz
Jordanian locals play the Aki-Aki, natives of the planet Pasaana.
Photograph by Annie Leibovitz
Composer John Williams conducting the Star Wars score, drawing on themes and motifs he has woven across four decades. “I didn’t think there would ever be a second film,” he says.

Photograph by Annie Leibovitz

Mark Hamill, as Luke, with R2-D2. Speculation is rampant about who will “rise” as the Skywalker of the movie’s title—and how that choice will reflect the way the world has changed since Star Wars debuted in 1977.
Photograph by Annie Leibovitz
Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker hits theaters this Christmas.

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