Star Wars: The Last Jedi

Trivia: Anthony Daniels once again portrays C-3P0, making him the only actor to appear in all 8 episodes. He also plays C-3P0 for a brief cameo in Rogue One.


Trivia: First Star Wars film in which none of the main characters say "I've got a bad feeling about this." Although Rian Johnson has confirmed that the line is beeped by BB-8 early in the movie, after which Poe Dameron tells him not to be so worried about their current mission.

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Trivia: Benicio Del Toro's character, DJ, is never referred to by that name in the film.

Trivia: Rogue One director Gareth Edwards makes a cameo as a Resistance fighter on Crait.

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Trivia: Luke Skywalker actor Mark Hamill stated in some interviews that wasn't sure about the film's treatment of his character at the start of production, but he still stuck with the script out of respect for director Rian Johnson's vision. When news of this was revealed, many misconstrued his comments and concluded that Hamill disliked the film. On the contrary, Hamill later clarified that despite his initial hesitance, he thought the finished film was quite good and a worthy addition to the series.

Trivia: During filming of the scene where the Jedi Temple is burned down, Mark Hamill broke down crying. The tears you see are real.

Trivia: When Kylo swings his light sabre towards Luke during their fight on Crait, the "Wilhelm Scream" can be heard.

Trivia: This is the first Star Wars film featuring Chewbacca not to have actor Peter Mayhew playing the part. He retired after The Force Awakens.

Trivia: This is the first "Star Wars" film in which Kenny Baker was not involved with the portrayal of R2-D2. Jimmy Vee was given the role before Baker's death in August 2016.

Trivia: The name of the bird creatures on Luke's island ("Porgs") is never mentioned in the film. Much like the Ewoks in Return of the Jedi.

Trivia: Spoiler! As is mostly traditional in Star Wars films, an appendage is severed. Supreme Commander Snoke loses his hand - we see it fall to the floor after his death.

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