According to Badassdigest.com, the teaser trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens is completed and it is possible that we may see it even sooner than originally expected. As I have previously mentioned, don’t expect much. People are saying it is a minute long, tops. The representatives from Badassdigest.com say to take all of this with a grain of salt, but the sources for this teaser description have been very reliable in the past. Stay tuned, but it does appear that we will be seeing something within the next 4 or 5 weeks.
Here is the (possible) description of the upcoming teaser trailer:
It’ll be short. And when I say short, I mean one minute long. It’s going to have The Force Theme played on woodwinds, softly, over flashing images of the main leads, each fading to black. There’s no dialogue, just reveals of the characters. And then the music swells up into a full orchestral piece – perhaps what John Williams recorded this weekend? – and we hear a female voice, likely Daisy Ridley’s, saying “Wake up.” And then the title card appears – Star Wars: The Force Awakens – and we see the Millennium Falcon, firing blasters, coming right at the camera.
Also, Anthony Daniels, who has played C3PO in all of the Star Wars movies, recently tweeted this about Star Wars: The Force Awakens:
I agree with Daniels and have always felt that The Empire Strikes Back was a better movie than A New Hope. I usually go back and forth between Empire and The Godfather Part 2 as to which is the best sequel of all time. To me, those are very encouraging words from Anthony Daniels, especially since he has been in every film. Also, he never said anything like that in regards to the Prequels, but then again Twitter didn’t exist back then. :)
Star Wars: The Force Awakens is the first chapter of a new trilogy that takes place 30 years after Return Of The Jedi. The movie is being directed by J. J. Abrams and will reunite the original cast as well as new cast members to continue the Star Wars saga. Star Wars: The Force Awakens is scheduled to be released domestically on December 18th, 2015.