Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles Hey, everybody. Welcome back. We're here with J.J. Abrams. We have a clip here, as you said. Does anyone want to see the clip? That's called tease in the business. Jim? "We spotted the fugitives." - "Oh! They fly now!" - "They fly now?!" - "They fly now." Oh, that's exciting. That's exciting! It's a natural, they fly. - Of course they fly. - Of course they fly. We have to go here just a moment, but before you do, there's going to be a lot of fan theories out there as to what happens in the film, and I know you really can't tell me anything. You're going to clam up as soon as I ask any of these questions. But you know as well as I do that that machine right over there... - A camera is a mind reader. - Yes, it is. And we're going to take a closeup of you. Oh, God. And I'm going to read you fan theories. And we're going to figure out whether we can read in your eyes whether any of these are true. Oh, good. Okay, alright. Which one, which camera? You just look in that camera, I'll read these. Are you ready? First fan theory. The good guys decide to build a life star. Keep on J.J. for this one. Chewbacca gets hairy shave club for Christmas and, let's say, gets very busy. The whole movie is Count Dooku at the galactic D.M.V. trying to legally change his name because, come on, Dooku? You're loving this. Oh, this is the best. I can tell how much you're loving this. I do, I love it. Turns out Kylo Ren was Kaiser Soze the whole time. J.J. My friend. Always a honor and a pleasure, nice to see you. Get some sleep, good luck. "Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker" is in theaters December 20th. J.J. Abrams, everybody! We'll be right back.