Preview night is here, and The Road to the Rise of Skywalker ends here! We have our final look at some of the popular media formats promoting The Rise of Skywalker with a nice collection of promotional posters, from the first teaser poster to the amazing artist posters recently featured on the official Star Wars Twitter page. Check out over 30 posters showcased over the last few months on the Road to The Rise of Skywalker!
Next up for our look at different media formats leading up to Thursday’s early premiere of The Rise of Skywalker here in the U.S. is a collection of some of the popular magazine covers promoting the movie. There are many, many magazines featuring The Rise of Skywalker, but here are some of the most popular that have promoted the franchise over the years. Get the full gallery after the jump!
You can now pick up the teaser poster for The Rise of Skywalker on Disney Movie Rewards. They finally dropped the point price compared to previous posters. This one will only cost you 750 points. If you need points you can always pick some up on eBay, which will put the poster at about $10-$12.
All-new Vader Immortal character posters were revealed on The Star Wars Show yesterday and featured on StarWars.com. Attendees of SDCC can pick all 6 of these up this week at the Lucasfilm pavilion (booth #2913). If anyone wants to pick me up a set of these I would be forever grateful!
Check out the new attraction posters revealed over at the Disney and More blog. They also have an image of the park map to give you an idea of the layout of Galaxy’s Edge. Get all the details after the jump!
Created especially to celebrate Star Wars Day, check out these officially licensed Star Wars Original Trilogy posters. Available only at https://bottleneckgallery.com. This set is only available through Sunday, May 5th at midnight. Click through for more details and images…
It’s 10 feet tall and 88 feet long! Is that massive enough? Click through to check out a taste of this beautiful artwork that will be on display in mural form at Star Wars Celebration next month. Let’s hope they offer a print of this!
In case you haven’t checked out the official Star Wars Instagram page recently, make sure to hop over and check out some beautiful art by Disney Consumer Products artist Eric Tan featuring prints from all 8 saga films.
You are going to need a lot of points if you are going to pick up the 7 Solo: A Star Wars Story theatrical posters that are now available on Disney Movie Rewards! The Lando and Qi’ra character posters, along with the full cast teaser poster have now been added. If you need points you can pick them up on eBay for about $20 per 1000. That puts each poster at around $18. Happy hunting!
Disney Movie Rewards added not one, but three new posters to the DMR site. They will set you back 800 points each, so start saving!
Nine brand new character posters for Solo: A Star Wars Story were released today. Click through to see more!
Update: UK character posters added to the article! Check them out too!
A new movie poster for Solo: A Star Wars Story was released for the UK. Click through to see the full poster!
British magazine Empire will release its June issue with a subscriber exclusive Solo: A Star Wars Story cover. It was created by artist Dan Mumford. Click through to see the full poster!
If you have the points, you can pick up the Solo teaser poster at Disney Movie Rewards. If you’ve been saving, it will cost you 800 points. If not, you can get points on eBay for fairly cheap (about $10 per 500).
Along with the latest trailer, Lucasfilm also revealed the official theatrical poster for Solo: A Star Wars Story. Click below for a full look!
Check out these cool Chinese character posters for The Last Jedi. Thanks to Instagram user eggmanstudios for sharing them on his feed! Click the images below for the full poster!
If you ordered your The Last Jedi poster from Disney Movie Rewards then keep an eye out for it, because they are arriving, and in great condition! If you have ordered posters from DMR in the past you know it can be hit-and-miss on whether or not you would get one that wasn’t damaged in some way. Well, they are finally putting them in protective sleeves, which can make all the difference in the world. These are no longer available in the DMR store, but they may be back so keep an eye out if you still want to order one. Did yours arrive damaged this time?
Check out this limited run 24×36 Star Wars 40th Anniversary tribute poster. You have until December 10th if you want to order this since the edition size will be determined by the number of prints sold through Sunday, December 10th @ 11:59PM ET. There is also a limited edition of 200 prints for a variant version (already sold out). Click here for the order page.
Take a look at the IMAX International Posters. They’re the same as that IMAX display that we’ve seen, but I have a feeling that these will also be the posters we see given out at movie theaters for The Last Jedi just like they did for Rogue One and The Force Awakens. These look particularly awesome side by side. You can see Finn and Phasma about to go at each other and the lightsaber blades come together at the center. A bit of Light and Dark meeting in the middle? Or I just like looking into things too much lol, what do you think?
In the lead up to the new trailer, StarWars.com has revealed the theatrical poster for Star Wars: The Last Jedi. Click through to check it out! What do you think? How does it compare to previous posters? Let us know!
If you ordered the second theatrical teaser from Disney Movie Rewards and haven’t received it yet, then be on the lookout. These are arriving now. I received mine today, and in great condition (DMR doesn’t have the best reputation with shipping posters). The latest teaser poster (Luke/Kylo) is no longer listed on DMR, but you can still get the first teaser. They look great hanging side-by-side in my den! I’m looking forward to the final poster to add to the collection! The Debbie Downers out there give these a hard time, but they look quite striking hanging together.
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