STAR WARS: THE FORCE AWAKENS teaser trailer – the REAL thing – is HERE!

STAR WARS: THE FORCE AWAKENS teaser trailer – the REAL thing – is HERE!


STAR WARS fans have waited patiently, and many are hitting theaters today to get their first look on the big screen. But for those preferring the online option, you still get your chance. Check out the first look at the film below. Remember, this is just a teaser. We expect a more full trailer at the end of December, possibly paired with THE HOBBIT or INTO THE WOODS. But until then, check out the sneak peek and tell us your thoughts in the comments. A few things to notice here. Granted, no shots of Mark Hamill, Harrison Ford or Carrie Fisher, but we do get our first looks at John Boyega and Daisy Ridley, and is that… Benedict Cumberbatch’s voice at the beginning? Sure sounds like it! Does that mean he’s in it?!? The second voice (with the dark Jedi) is likely either Adam Driver or Domhnall Gleeson – we’d guess the latter. And a new lightsaber dynamic is always fun. The Millennium Falcon clip is pretty spectacular too. Notice anything else cool?

In case you missed our listing of theaters playing this new EPISODE VII teaser, here’s all the theaters you can see it at today:


STAR WARS: THE FORCE AWAKENS opens December 18, 2015

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