The Trailer For “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” Is Here!

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The trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens is here!

 

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      • I agree with that as well. Looks like it is going to be really good. You can already see Abrams visual style all over this thing. Let’s just hope he has created a story to match. The “prequels” were mostly beautiful to look at, it’s when the actors opened their mouths that things went downhill.

        • Looking back at the Prequels, the only thing I enjoyed was the Darth Maul vs Quigon and Obi-Wan fight (best part is that no one was talking). Revenge Of The Sith is the most watchable, but that is because the other two are so bad. The dialogue in Sith is horrendous. The Force Awakens just looks like classic Star Wars and never got that feeling from any of the Prequels at all.

          • Spot on Joe…anyone still under the impression that the Star Wars franchise wasn’t in good hands with Disney, obviously paid no attention to what Lucas was doing with it over the past 3 films. And as I watched that teaser yesterday the first thing I said was “My God, Star Wars is finally back.”
            Being a Star Wars nerd I was a little apprehensive about Abrams and the storyline, but I got over it pretty quickly and I’m all-in after seeing this.

  • Totally agree with what you said mjweiss about the Star Wars franchise being in good hands with Disney. I was so excited when I first heard of the acquisition but their were a lot of fans that said, “Not Disney!” Lucas really ruined the saga by having to much control and allowing no checks and balances. Then the worst crime that he did was the changes to the Original Trilogy. He really did make Return Of The Jedi much worse with all of the Prequel references. The other two Special Editions I can live with but Jedi is tarnished. But if this trailer is anything to go by, looks like the magic is back.

  • Well, to be perfectly honest, I wasn’t all that excited about the Disney acquisition and announcement of forthcoming sequels. I then started to dread it even more when I heard Abrams was going to be directing. I thought his initial take on Star Trek was abysmal. It’s one of the few movies that I’ve never finished, and I’m 44 years old, so that encompasses a LOT of movies. I felt a little better after the improvement he showed with Into Darkness. And even though it sounds completely irrational, that 88 seconds of goodness completely put my mind at ease. I still fear he won’t write a really strong story, but Star Wars was never truly about a really strong story. It’s a spaghetti western in space, and Abrams looks like he’s going to bring a slightly darker edge to it (anything will beat the hokum and horrid acting of the prequels). And that’s fine with me. Oh, and Joe, the MOST grievous thing to ever happen to ANY Star Wars film was the replacement of Anakin at the end of Jedi…

    • I actually liked the two Star Trek films that Abrams did. The thing I liked the most is that the actors were acting. That was nowhere to be seen in the Prequels. It’s sad where you have great actors like Liam Neeson, Ewan McGregor, Natalie Portman, Samuel L Jackson and they all just sucked in that movie. You have to blame the script and the director and that was all Lucas. And just look at what he did with the last Indiana Jones film. It makes me wonder if he was just lucky with Star Wars A New Hope. He didn’t direct Empire and that was the best of them and Lucas came out a few years ago and said that was his least favorite movie. I wouldn’t mind if he made the changes to the original trilogy if he just gave us the unedited versions, like Spielberg did with ET. That Han shot first, doesn’t bother me, but seeing Hayden Christensen at the end of Jedi just makes no sense and pisses me off every time because I am reminded of the Prequels. In my world, the Prequels don’t exist. I know tha there are many people that love the Prequels and would never want to take that away from them but I like to think that it was just a bad dream or maybe a “What If” story. Getting back to Abrams, I do have confidence in him because he is a huge Star Wars fan and so far from what I have seen he isn’t going green screen crazy (or lens flare). The new movie has real locations with some actual built sets and vehicles and some CGI. The Prequels were all Green Screen and CGI. I was glad when Disney acquired Star Wars because Lucas messed it up so much that we needed someone to go back to the Star Wars we loved. I heard a lot of high ups at Disney hated the Prequels and wanted to focus on the Original Trilogy. The way things have been going, it seems like it may be true. They cancelled The Clone Wars and they have been focusing less and less on the Prequels with Star Wars Weekends. Anyway, I am being cautiously optimistic and looking forward to a full trailer with the original cast in it. :)

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