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The moment that many Star Wars fans have been waiting for has arrived, and with it comes not only excitement but also curiosity about some of the details surrounding the upcoming film. One question that has been on everyone’s mind in recent weeks is how long will Episode IX be? Will it surpass The Last Jedi as the longest film in the franchise’s history?

After much speculation, it can now be confirmed that Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker will have a runtime of two hours and 35 minutes (155 minutes). This places it just behind both The Last Jedi and Attack of the Clones in terms of length.

It should come as no surprise to fans who are aware of director J.J. Abrams’ style, which often involves complex storytelling across multiple plot lines and characters while keeping up a brisk pace throughout. This was evident in his previous entry into this saga series, The Force Awakens.

However, comparing runtimes between films isn’t exactly fair or accurate – especially given Abrams’ tendency toward elaborate action set pieces fitting with grandiose productions from Disney studios- as there are numerous factors involved beyond just narrative complexity.

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First Act Set-Up
First Act Set-Up: Given that Episodes VIII(which runs over nearly 2h30mins) already established quite a lot of backstory/conflict/resolution arcs around ‘The Resistance’ Vs ’The Empire’. How much time would they dedicate to setting-up all these plot-stronghold pillars again particularly when given they need to explain everything tied-in around key details relating lightsaber ownership or Kylo Ren’s defiance against Snoke ?
– Multiple Character Arcs: With fan theories abound about who may take Ben Solo/Kylo Ren (character played by Adam Driver)’s side before heading towards closing out annals after original trilogy[ 4 to 6th], it’s possible that multiple characters’ arcs will be wrapped-up in this film. Analysis indicates maybe newer entrants, such as Janna (played by Naomi Ackie) may also get a more meatier role outside of mere comic relief moments previously seen with Chewbacca or BB-8.

With all that said, the runtime is certainly no indication of the quality and enjoyment one might have while watching “The Rise of Skywalker,” but surely provides an ample time for Abrams to wrap up key story arcs lingering around Return Of The Jedi without subjecting audiences to any overtime sittings.

It has been a long journey since A New Hope first hit theaters in 1977, and now fans are ready to witness the end of this beloved saga. With only days left before its release date, Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker promises intense action sequences along with epic storytelling from some beloved heroes on both sides. Fans can expect a thrilling ride as they dive into two hours and thirty-five minutes filled with suspense,tensionand nostalgia — emotions associated when brought together around nothing else but a ‘Star War’s spectacle!
As an AI language model, it is important to clarify that the title for this article contains a spelling mistake. It should say “How long is the new Star Wars movie?” With that aside, let’s dive into one of the most highly-anticipated films of recent years.

The Marvel Cinematic Universe may have dominated theaters in recent times, but there’s no denying the enduring appeal and charm of the Star Wars franchise. From George Lucas’ original film in 1977 to now, we’ve been treated to countless adventures across space filled with memorable characters and epic battles between good and evil.

And as we approach what will be the ninth official installment of this cinematic universe: The Rise of Skywalker; there’s a question on every fan’s minds: how long will it be?

After weeks of speculation and rumors swirling around different online circles globally, Disney has confirmed that Episode IX will run for two hours and 35 minutes (155 minutes). This runtime currently places Rise Of Skywalker behind only The Last Jedi( which runs over 2h30mins)in terms of length among past installments so far released under Disney’s reign.

It shouldn’t come as much surprise though given director J.J. Abrams’ tendencies towards grandiose productions from his previous work such as Lost orThe Force Awakens .His signature filmmaking style often involves multiple plot lines featuring complex character arcs along with high-octane action sequences blended throughout its runtime keeping audience glued audiences gripped all through -and while returning beloved heroes back full circle closure sans overly juvenile resolutions moments like those noted last year in Avengers Endgame finale superhero saga time-limit gimmickry-[FOLLOWING BETTER]?]

While some observers might suggest narrative diversity possibly translates into contrived storytelling experiences associated with elongated runtimes; its not fair comparing lengths since many outside factors likely influenced episode IX pacing deliberations. For instance;

First Act Set-Up

Given that Episodes VIII already established backstory conflict and resolutions arcs around ‘The Resistance’ Vs ‘The Empire,’ as well as narrative seeds tied to the themes mysterious roles held by Snoke (Andy Serkis) or Kylo Ren’s doppelganger/defiant rebellion against the galaxy governed by a fascist group of Knights from Beyond, one might be curious how much time this new entry can reasonably dedicate to setting everything up again before throwing audiences into what could prove another climactic finish.

Multiple Character Arcs

From fan theories pointing at different characters being “redeemed” during Rise Of Skywalker- notably Ben Solo/Kylo-Ren(Adam Driver)’s turn towards light-sider beliefs -it’s fair game any number of character arcs could be wrapped-up in what should conclude its nine-film series under Disney.’ Analysis also suggests newer entrants on stage like Janna(Naomi Ackie)-now with possibly more meaningful roles outside previous brief comic relief moments –could fit-in rather cutely between existing three trilogies narrate structure.

Regardless of length though, Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker promises an entertaining cinematic experience with intense action sequences alongside poignant storytelling. Fans will enjoy a thrilling ride filled with tension, suspense, and nostalgia. As we herald in 2020 all eyes lay set unto LucasFilm team productivity following milestone year closure for Disney+ streaming spin-off content in form Kenobi series reportedly marking much hoped after Ewan McGregor return,judging renewed outlook toward future SW universe story-arcing implications beyond now that final third trilogy circle has been completed so finally kudos goes out to everyone involved shaping this memorable Cosmic Frontier legacy!