Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker First Reactions Suggest the Epic Finale is Filled With Elements to Get Fans Of the Franchise Immensely Emotional
Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker (Photo Credits: Twitter)

The biggest film in the Star Wars franchise, the epic finale to JJ Abram's The Force Awakens trilogy is here and all set to hit the screens on December 20. The film starring Daisy Ridley, Oscar Isaac, John Boyega and Adam Driver in lead roles is the ninth film in the entire Star Wars franchise and the expectations for it have been super high. The film's Hollywood premiere took place recently and the first reactions are now out. The premiere saw the lead cast in attendance including the great Mark Hamill who has been a part of the franchise for years.  Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker - New TV Spot Hints at Darth Vader's Return and We Can't Keep Calm (Watch Video).

While the film's TV spots and trailers have given way for several fan theories, Disney has been extremely careful when it comes to spoiler leaks. Even as over the years, several fans of the franchise have stated that they haven't found the same kind of connect with Abram's latest trilogy as the old films, there's no doubt that the franchise still enjoys a massive fan following globally who are excited for Episode IX. Here's looking at some of the early reactions to the film.  Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker Final Trailer: Daisy Ridley's Rey Sets out on a Mission to Fight a War and End a Beautiful Era (Watch Video).

Three Star Wars Movie in One!

It's a Giant Movie

Satisfying End to the Trilogy

Get Set for Nostalgia

Overwhelmed, Shocked, Stunned!

Very Conflicted!

Good Not Great

Wonderful End to the Skywalker Story

It looks like the weekend is going to be great for the Star Wars film given that with Christmas around the corner, audiences will flock to the theatres to catch this epic finale. Abrams also directed The Force Awakens, the first film in the trilogy which still stands as the highest-grossing movie ever in North America with $936 million.