Embedded below, the crimson one-sheet is essentially a rearranged version of the previous IMAX poster for Star Wars: The Last Jedi - for the record, the worldwide poster actually placed Rey over the entire cast (human and otherwise), much to the amusement of Mark Hamill. There will still be loads of marketing, of course, but Star Wars sells itself.
In case "Star Wars" fans didn't have enough to look forward to in December, Walt Disney World announced this week new details for the much-anticipated return of "Star Wars: Galactic Nights".
It was revealed on Tuesday that the adventures will take place partly on Crait, the new planet featured in Last Jedi trailers.
With Daisy Ridley taking center stage, the poster shows Rey turning away from Luke, Leia, and our other heroes, leaning more towards the villainous Kylo Ren and Captain Phasma. This poster follows the red theme seen in previous posters - including individual ones - with red paint over a light gray background and Rey as the only character wearing a red cloak.
In 2015, when Disneyland launched "Season of the Force", Star Tours added scenes scenes featuring characters, spaceships and locations from 2015's "Star Wars: The Force Awakens".
A lot of hearts were broken when the Star Wars legend passed away past year, and The Last Jedi's going to be the last film where fans get to see her in cinemas.
While we wait for the big day, fans will surely kill time by analysing this new poster and those to come (if any), looking for hidden clues about Rey's journey and Kylo's plans - now that the First Order is not exactly going through its best time.