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The first trailer for Star Wars: The Last Jedi is finally here and that can mean only one thing, it's time to tear it apart frame by frame. We're still in the process of doing that, but one item of note is not what we see, but what we hear. About midway through the trailer, Luke Skywalker tells Rey to "reach out" and then asks her what she sees. We get three images from the new film, but we hear three voices from the past, Princess Leia, Obi-Wan Kenobi, and Yoda.
The first voice happens when we get our first shot of Leia in the new trailer, we don't see her face, but it's clearly her.
Confirming that it is her, we hear a voice from the original Star Wars: A New Hope, as Leia speaks her most famous line.
From there the screen goes black before being replaced by another image, a destroyed black mask.
It's difficult to tell whether this is what's left of the helmet of Darth Vader or if it could be the mask of Kylo Ren. Either way, it's an image of darkness, as we hear the sound of Darth Vader's famous breathing, followed by the voice of Obi-Wan, making a reference to his former pupil.
Finally, we get a zoom in on what looks to be a set of old books. Likely books with information about the history of the Jedi. It's fitting then that what we hear is the voice of Master Yoda, apparently speaking about The Force itself.
Star Wars: The Force Awakens used existing dialogue from Sir Alec Guinness in order to bring classic Obi-Wan into the new trilogy. It will be interesting to see if the new movie does something similar. While it's more likely that these specific moments were only put together for the trailer, it doesn't mean they don't hint and aspects we could actually see in the final movie. There have been rumors that Yoda could make an appearance in Star Wars: The Last Jedi, rumors that voice Frank Oz has never debunked. It's possible we could at the very least hear his voice.
What else have you found hidden in the new trailer? Are there any other classic lines hidden within it? Let us know in the comments below.