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A New Star Wars: The Last Jedi Trailer Will Be Here Tomorrow

Our next look at Star Wars: The Last Jedi is coming right on schedule. The movie's Twitter account revealed Sunday that a new trailer for the film is coming on Monday, sharing the news with a short video of Rey (Daisy Ridley) practicing her lightsaber skills. You can view that teaser at the bottom of this article, while you can see a second teaser, featuring Luke (Mark Hamill) taking a lightsaber from Rey, above.

Hamill shared the Tweet with the trailer announcement, adding a joking, "You didn't hear this from me." This was in reference to him accidentally revealing last month that people should "watch Monday Night Football on Oct. 9 for no particular reason." Good Morning America confirmed that the trailer will indeed air during the Minnesota Vikings and Chicago Bears game, which will air at 5:15 p.m. PT/8:15 p.m. ET on ESPN.

Very little is know about the plot of The Last Jedi, aside from what was revealed in the teaser trailer released over the summer. John Boyega, who plays Finn, has teased that the Resistance won't be in "the best condition" when the film kicks off, leading to an "epic, dark story." "It's a chance for each character to decide what side they're on and decide what they're fighting for," he said. "At the same time it's still fun. It's still Star Wars."

The movie did get a little less mysterious when director Rian Johnson dropped one of its biggest secrets, saying that the titular "Last Jedi" is Luke Skywalker, as was revealed in the opening crawl of The Force Awakens. "There's always wiggle room in these movies— everything is from a certain point of view— but coming into our story, he is the actual last of the Jedi," Johnson said. "And he's removed himself and is alone on this island, for reasons unknown."

It is possible that the new trailer could elaborate on one of the first trailer's most shocking moments, in which Luke said it was "time for the Jedi to end." Johnson has said that the film will "dig into" that moment, adding that, "the heart of the movie is Luke and Rey." "It follows all the other characters, but its real essence is the development of the two of them," he said. "And it's absolutely tied up in that question of, 'What is Luke's attitude toward the Jedi?'"

Carrie Fisher, Adam Driver, Oscar Isaac, Benicio del Toro, Laura Dern, and Kelly Marie Tran also star in The Last Jedi, which will introduce some adorable new features to the Star Wars universe in the form of porgs and an evil counterpart for BB-8. The film, written and directed by Johnson, will hit theaters on Dec. 15; tickets go on sale tomorrow, right after the new trailer is released.

Be sure to check back with Looper tomorrow to see the trailer.