By ROBIN FERGUSONThe film “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” will be released Dec. 15.
Here’s a glimpse at a few of the scenes from the latest trailer.
Star Wars star Mark Hamill, right, poses for a photo at the premiere of the film “The Last Jedi.”
(Photo: David Paul Morris, AFP/Getty Images)The new trailer released on Friday showed scenes from “The Force Awakens,” “Rogue One,” “The Fate of the Furious” and “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay-themed” in which trash collection is an important part of the plot.
The trailers for “Rogue First Order” and the “The Dark Knight Rises” trailers both feature scenes where people are sorting through garbage.
In “Rogue” the heroes are called the “Star Destroyers.”
In “The First Order,” garbage collectors are called “The Trash Man.”
In “The Darkness,” a character called “Rescue Me” is called “Sidewinder.”
In the third trailer, garbage is referred to as “a force that feeds on the weak.”
In the film, trash is collected at “the end of a line” as Luke Skywalker explains.
The lines are meant to make clear the characters do not go through the trash.
“Rogue One” has been criticized for using a garbage collector as an evil villain, but a Star Wars fan site called “Darth Vader is Trash” said the scene was inspired by the Star Wars’ own garbage collector in the film.
In the trailer, Luke Skywalker walks to a garbage collection line and the trashman, Sidewinder, asks, “Where are you?”
In another scene, trash can be seen hanging on the ceiling in a city in the third “Star War” film. “
Later in the trailer when Luke is walking down the garbage collection lines, the garbage collector is again called “the trash man,” this time he asks Luke to follow him, and the garbage man tells Luke that he “is in a position to tell you when he has seen your garbage.
“In another scene, trash can be seen hanging on the ceiling in a city in the third “Star War” film.
In the trailer the trash collector, Sideway, says, “That’s right.
You know what that means.
It means we’ve got to collect your garbage.
We can’t leave anything behind.
“As a final line, the trash can is seen hanging from the ceiling as Luke says, “‘This is the way of the Force.
This is the power of the Dark Side.’
” StarWars.com also noted that there is a trash line in “RogueOne” that leads into the trash, and it looks like the characters there are collecting garbage as well.
Here’s a look at some of the trash scenes from last year’s “Star Trek” reboot, which took place after the destruction of the Enterprise-D and included a “Star-Lord”-like villain named Sidewinders.
At the end of the trailer in which Sidewinners “Face” Luke, the line is “Seduce me, I am the trash.”
Earlier this month, Lucasfilm confirmed that a “Force Awakens” trailer for next year will feature garbage collection scenes.