Interesting that "Skywalkers" is plural on that German poster. Rolling Stone has an interview with J.J. Abrams about the making of The Rise of Skywalker. A few interesting quotes: On whether the choices made by Rian Johnson in The Last Jedi affected his plans for how the trilogy would end; "I had a real sense with Larry Kasdan about where things would go, potentially. And I think that, when I read Rian’s script, what I felt was that with everything that happens in that movie, and quite a lot does, nothing sort of obviated a sense of inevitability where I thought the story could go." On how his "mystery box" philosophy of filmmaking applies to this movie: "It’s not a driving force at all. I’m not actively thinking, 'How do I employ mystery-box strategy to this story?' ... It’s not to say I still don’t feel like a good story forces you to ask a question. But an ending needs to be, by definition, conclusive. I keep imagining a kid watching these nine movies a hundred years from now, so there needs to be a sense of inevitability and continuity to it." On why Rey got powerful with the Force much faster than the other Jedi and Sith we've seen: "Yeah, spooky, right? [Smiles] It’s a fair point. It’s not an accident."