‘The Last Jedi: Star Wars’ Premier Left Audience Overwhelmed
No words are going to match the feeling of jaw-dropping, massive moment’s movie, Star Wars: The Last Jedi. But last night, the Hollywood premiere of this long-awaited eighth mainline Star Wars film had the crowd cheering and chilling for the entire cast on stage – even for John Boyega (made it after all!).
Rian Johnson said from the stage
You guys are the first audience ever to see this
You ready to see Star Wars movie?
The response was a roar of the agreement, LOUD and was deafening as the engine of Star Destroyer.
Star Wars: The Last Jedi’s Episode VIII premiered at the Shrine Auditorium with the audience of some 6,000. At USC campus in Los Angeles on Saturday night, the crowd bewildered from the huge screen – displaying amazing state of art with sound by Dolby, the room was quite a view.
Cheers, chills, and Chewbacca, too.
The sheer size of the room, the Canto Bight casino party theme, endless photo opp stations craps and blackjack tables, the room had moviegoers discussing the current seen view. The magnitude was intense.
This entire time, it was all about Star Wars, these few hours there were no Trump tweets, no ranging wildfire discussion, and no harassment topics. Every word of every conversation coming out from every individual’s mouth, was Star Wars, nothing more and nothing less, but Star Wars.
You must already be aware, The Shrine is a huge building, but on Saturdays, it was blasted with Star Wars stuff. From the very first second of the red carpet view to the rafters in the room, the Last Jedi party did what its predecessor did not.
The film was a full stack of surprises for everyone in that big barn – it made people visibly stunned.
You will find reviews on this on Tuesdays, for now, its Twitter barged with Star Wars.
Star Wars: The Last Jedi is everything. Intense, funny, emotional, exciting. It’s jam-packed with absolutely jaw dropping moments and I loved it so, so much. I’m still shaking. pic.twitter.com/fHddWjo201
— Germain Lussier (@GermainLussier) December 10, 2017
There’s a scene in #StarWars #TheLastJedi that I keep playing over and over in my head, that is so stunning and unexpected that I don’t want to forget how I felt seeing it for the first time. This movie feels unlike any other Star Wars movie in all the ways I hoped. pic.twitter.com/zlDW4yOjp2
— Terri Schwartz (@Terri_Schwartz) December 10, 2017
We’ll keep you posted here. Meanwhile, our prediction: The Last Jedi will be the most talked about film.
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