Jedi jetlag! Mark Hamill and Daisy Ridley look weary as they touch down in London ahead of UK premiere for Star Wars: Episode VIII
And Daisy Ridley and Mark Hamill looked slightly weary as they touched down in London in Monday following an 11 hour flight from Los Angeles, ahead of The Last Jedi UK premiere on Tuesday.
Daisy, 25, who plays Jedi Padawan Rey in Episode VIII of the space saga, donned a black t-shirt, matching leggings and a denim shearling coat for her arrival into Heathrow Airport.
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Touchdown: Daisy Ridley and Mark Hamill looked slightly weary as they touched down in London in Monday following an 11 hour flight from Los Angeles, ahead of The Last Jedi UK premiere on Tuesday
Her brunette tresses were tied back into a ponytail while her sparkling eyes were hidden behind leopard print shades.
The star showed off her natural beauty by going make-up free for her arrival as she pushed a trolley of suitcases.
Acting legend Mark, 66, channeled his Jedi alterego Luke Skywalker as he strolled through the terminal, clad in a hooded leather jacket reminiscent of a Jedi's robe.
He was joined by his glamorous wife Marilou York and his daugghter Chelsea, 29.
Premiere eve: Mark, 66, was joined by his glamorous wife of 39 years Marilou York and their daughter Chelsea
Feeling the force: Acting legend Mark, 66, channeled his Jedi alter-ego Luke Skywalker as he strolled through the terminal, clad in a hooded leather jacket reminiscent of a Jedi's robe
Mark paired his jacket with a khaki t-shirt, black trousers and a checked scarf as he acclimatised to the frosty UK temperatures.
Dozens of flights have been cancelled at the UK’s busiest airport as the fallout from the weekend’s heavy snow continues to cause disruption for passengers.
Heathrow said it was operating three-quarters of its full schedule as airlines dealt with the knock-on effects of Sunday’s heavy snowfall, which turned to ice overnight as temperatures plummeted.
Their arrival came after the glittering world premiere at LA's Shrine Auditorium on Saturday.
Rey of Light: The Last Jedi, which is out on December 15, picks up with the Resistance fighting Supreme Leader Snoke´s First Order which is trying to take over the galaxy
Battle: Rey (Daisy Ridley) tries to convince Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill, above) to join the Resistance and bring hope to the rebels against Snoke's villainous rule.
The film's director-writer Rian Johnson paid special tribute to late Princess Leia actress Carrie Fisher as he introduced the screening, saying: 'I want to dedicate tonight to Carrie, who is up there right now flipping me the bird, saying `Damn it Rian, don´t you dare make this night a solemn tribute.
'So let´s all have a blast tonight for Carrie.'
The film ends with a dedication to Fisher, who plays Princess Leia.
Lure of the Dark Side: Questions remain over whether Kylo Ren (played by Adam Driver) will face justice for murdering his father Han Solo (Harrison Ford)
Carrie died at age 60 last December after completing her work on The Last Jedi.
She shot to fame as the feisty and determined Princess Leia in the original three Star Wars film- A New Hope (1977), The Empire Strikes Back (1980) and Return of the Jedi (1983).
Her character, now known as General Leia Organa, leader of the Resistance, plays a key role in the film.
Iconic: The film's director-writer Rian Johnson paid special tribute to late Princess Leia actress Carrie Fisher as he introduced the screening,(pictured above in Return of the Jedi in 1983)
The Last Jedi, which is out on December 15, picks up with the Resistance fighting Supreme Leader Snoke´s First Order which is trying to take over the galaxy.
The film's release comes two years after The Force Awakens.
Rey (Daisy Ridley) tries to convince Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill) to join the Resistance and bring hope to the rebels against Snoke's villainous rule.
The star-studded ensemble cast, including Ridley, John Boyega, Lupita Nyong'o, Adam Driver, Andy Serkis and Hamill.
Disney has a strict embargo on full reviews until Tuesday, but early spoiler-free Twitter reaction has been universally positive.
Legendary: Mark Hamill shot to fame in the original Star The Empire Strikes Back.
'Star Wars: The Last Jedi is everything. Intense, funny, emotional, exciting. It’s jam-packed with absolutely jaw dropping moments and I loved it so, so much. I’m still shaking,' wrote Gizmodo's Germain Lussier.
'I can’t believe The Last Jedi exists. @rianjohnson is a madman and I love him for it. He takes Star Wars to the edge and throws it over. What a crazy, awesome movie. We’ll be talking about this one for a long, long time.'
SlashFilm's Peter Sciretta tweeted: 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi is so very different, exciting, surprising. So many emotions, so many amazing moments. Stay away from spoilers.
Fighter: John Boyega will return as Resistance Fighter Finn in the new film
The LA Times Jen Yamato claimed: 'StarWars: The Last Jedi is so beautifully human, populist, funny, and surprising. I cried when one POC heroine got her moment because films like these leave their mark on entire generations -- and representation matters.'
The original trilogy's plot focused on the Rebel Alliance, led by Leia and its battle to destroy the Galactic Empire's space station, the infamous Death Star, manned by supervillain Darth Vader.
Luke Skywalker, then a simple farm boy, acquires droids that possess stolen blueprints for the Death star.
Space saga:Harrison Ford, Carrie and Luke shot to fame as Han Solo, Princess Leia and Luke Skywalker in the first Star Wars film A New Hope in 1977
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