Star Wars: The Last Jedi is a little over a month away from its release, and Disney and Lucasfilm been busy making sure that everyone knows that the Force Awakens is on its way.
Posting on the official Star Wars Twitter handle, the studios have just recently rolled out two new motion pictures for the upcoming sequel trilogy installment.
Showing off the silhouette of the Force sensitive Jakku orphan, Rey (Daisy Ridley), the first motion poster comes with the words "Fulfill your destiny," a command probably meant for the Star Wars hero.
The second motion poster centers on Kylo Ren (Adam Driver), showing off the villains silhouette. Reading "Let the past die," the motion poster reminds fans that Kylo Ren is struggling to move further down the path of the Dark Side. The Star Wars villain said the same words while struggling to decide whether he'd have to kill his mother, Leia (Carrie Fisher), in order to be rid of his past.
Hearts broke after Ben Solo sliced through Han (Harrison Ford) in The Force Awakens, and while many were quick to call the wayward son a fully-formed villain, the novelization of the book shows that Kylo Ren continued to face inner turmoil even after the death of his father.
We hope that Kylo Ren finally returns to the Light this time when he's forced to make the decision whether to kill his mother or not in The Last Jedi.
Star Wars: The Last Jedi hits cinemas December 15, 2017.