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‘THE LAST JEDI’ AIMS TO CAPTURE THAT OLD STAR WARS FEELING

Han Solo is dead. Luke Skywalker is back, but changed. And Leia Organa’s story will soon be coming to an end.

The Star Wars that inspired four decades of passionate fandom appears to be slowly but surely fading as “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” prepares to descend on Dec. 15, giving way to a newer generation of intergalactic rebels and their foes, like Rey and Kylo Ren, and a fresh voice behind the endeavor in writer-director Rian Johnson (“Looper”).

J.J. Abrams’“The Force Awakens” set the stage for this new era of the franchise, but “The Last Jedi”

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