STAR WARS: THE LAST JEDI Footage That's Playing Before COCO Has Leaked Online

Thanks to a special pre-show before Coco, we have a new behind-the-scenes look at Star Wars: The Last Jedi. Included in the leaked video is an actual clip from the film featuring Luke, Rey and Chewbacca.

WARNING: POTENTIAL SPOILERS FOR STAR WARS: THE LAST JEDI FOLLOW

In addition to being treated to a fantastic movie in Pixar's Coco, it appears moviegoers are also getting a special pre-show treat featuring behind-the-scenes footage of Star Wars: The Last Jedi. The footage is part of Noovie, a behind-the-scenes show for upcoming movies and TV shows, which is currently being shown at most major theater chains. The Star Wars: The Last Jedi segment is only part of the pre-show, and it includes some commentary from director Rian Johnson as well as actor Mark Hamill (better known around these parts as Luke Skywalker).

Included in The Last Jedi segment is an actual clip from the film, featuring Luke Skywalker, Rey, and Chewbacca on Ahch-To. The footage gives us a quick glimpse of Rey asking Luke for help; but, as trailers have alluded to, he tersely rejects the call. "You think I came to the most unfindable place in the galaxy to be disturbed?" Luke responds before the recorded clip abruptly ends.

The low-quality video clip of the segment has been uploaded online, but you're better off checking out Coco for the full HD experience - unless Disney decides to officially release the whole behind-the-scenes video.

It won't be long now before we get to see this entire scene unfold when Star Wars: The Last Jedi hits theaters December 15.

 

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