Poe and Leia spend a lot of time together, and whatever mischief he's up apparently elicits a slap from her.
We wouldn't worry too much about them though, as Poe as been described as Leia's "surrogate son". Vice Admiral Holdo sounds like she might have the potential for some serious troublemaking, with the Resistance in some serious trouble.
There have also been some unsubstantiated rumours that Hayden Christensen will return as Anakin Skywalker, fulfilling the long-held wishes of no-one, ever.
We're sorry to say that Billy Dee Williams's Lando Calrissian – a character people would actually like to see again – will not appear. Tom Hardy has unconvincingly downplayed a rumour that he is showing up.
"You'll see – there's a reason why we call him DJ," director Rian Johnson told For writer-director @Rian CJohnson, it was surprising how much leeway he was given to cook up the action of #The Last Jedi from scratch: “The pre-set was Episode VII, and that was kind of it.” Among his inventions for the latest #Star Wars saga?
Their leader, Snoke, is rumoured for an act one showdown with Leia."Starkiller Base, big loss, but they did manage to take out the seat of the Republic and that's thrown the galaxy into chaos," Johnson said at Star Wars Celebration."The First Order are jumping on that at the beginning of our movie, very aggressively, not sitting on their hands, they're making some big moves at the start of our film.
So things are going to get dire."Related: Rey's new The Last Jedi look revealed in Star Wars Force Friday II announcement BB-8 is back – and he has an evil new rival, BB-9E.
His friend and tradition by having one film lead directly into the next.
Rey will begin her training with Luke on the remote planet Ahch-To, possibly even in the art of double-lightsaber fighting.
Finn is a "big deal" now – and although he is having second thoughts about the whole Resistance thing he's heading off with Rose on "a mission behind enemy lines".