Final installment in Star Wars trilogy set to hit theaters in December

Janai Norman reports the buzziest stories of the day in "GMA" Pop News.
3:33 | 10/19/19

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TV. Look at this, guys, janai Norman. Should I take a picture of what we're up to? Yeah. Shout it out in "Pop news." It is time for "Pop news" and begin with a very exciting exclusive announcement. If you haven't guessed already, it's about "Star wars." The next and final installment in the latest trilogy called "Star wars: The rise of Skywalker" is set to hit theaters December 20th. We have already seen rey in action in one trailer but now we know when we'll get our next look at the upcoming movie. And it's not in a galaxy far, far away but very close by. We have some exclusive informion. The next trailer for the highly anticipated movie is set to drop Monday night. Mark your calendars. Disney is saying the film, quote, represents the culmination of 40 years of filmmaking and storytelling, not just one film or one trilogy but three trilogies that span generations. This finale is an epic conclusion to the story. Sounds like it will be a force to be reckoned with. I would say to try and hold in your excitement but as yoda says, do or do not. There is no try. So get excited. You can see the new trailer when it airs on ESPN during halftime on "Monday night football." Following the trailer's debut tickets will go on sale. I want to hear your yoda impersonation. Quoting yoda, does that mean you're a huge "Star wars" nerd? I'm not going to answer but I wasn't sure if I should go for the voice or not. I thought about it. Do or do not. There is no try. See. I wasn't going to do that. I'm never going to do that again. He can imitate a lot of things. That was not a great yoda. Not so much. All right, now we have some celebrity wedding news. Just eight months after getting engaged reports say Jennifer Lawrence set to tie the knot this weekend to her art gallery director fiance Cooke Maroney. "The daily mail" says guests are starting to arrive spying Adele, Kris Jenner and according to "People" magazine the two are set to wed in Newport, Rhode Island at the bell court of Newport. A 40,000-square-foot mansion that has interesting history, it's rumored to be haunted. Used to hold ghost tours. The current owner told "The new York Times" back in 2013 she had to have a shaman come in to do major energy cleansing. So good luck to J. Law and Cooke. Here's a fun fact, a new study from wedding wire says today, October 19th is the most popular wedding date of the year. Today? I thought it may be may or June. Maybe because it's 10/19, 2019. Some breaking news from Beverly hills high. There is a "Clueless" TV reboot reportedly in the works. And there is a big twist. The series won't revolve around Cher but a mystery drama centered around Cher's best friend famously played by Stacey dash in the classic teen comedy and the follow-up TV series. The reboot set in high school in the present day is being described as "Mean girls" meets "Riverdale" meets a lizzo music video. Oh, all right. Yeah, that's one combination that won't make us say as if. See, I can do that. Whatever. Yes. One of my favorite quotes of that movies is when Cher is learning to drive and she's not very good and she goes through a stop sign and she goes, I totally paused. In my head way too much. You're so much more excited about this than yoda. How are we supposed to read into that? I don't know, Dan. It's what we grew up

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