Star Wars Watch The New Trailer For STAR WARS: THE FORCE AWAKENS! written by Sean Gerber April 16, 2015 Disney and Lucasfilm have just released a brand new trailer for STAR WARS: THE FORCE AWAKENS! Begin watching it 100 consecutive times now! STAR WARS: THE FORCE AWAKENS arrives in theaters December 18. Watch The New Trailer For STAR WARS: THE FORCE AWAKENS! was last modified: February 20th, 2016 by Sean Gerber Related Star Wars: The Force Awakens 13 comments 0 Facebook Twitter Google + Pinterest Sean Gerber Sean Gerber is the founder and editor-in-chief of Modern Myth Media. When he's not writing here, you can catch him as the host of Popular Opinion Podcast, Batman News, and Marvel News! previous post See The BATMAN V SUPERMAN Trailer In IMAX! next post New Images From STAR WARS: THE FORCE AWAKENS! You may also like Brand new ‘Rogue One: A Star Wars... November 17, 2016 JJ Abrams to Direct ‘Star Wars’ January 24, 2013 Report: Felicity Jones In Talks For STAR... 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It’s got what made the originals exciting, plus a little bit of the traditional Abrams flair. Gotta admit though, I’m still only at 90% excitement – I need to see Luke in some major Jedi Master action to get me to 100%. LoganGarrett Love it!! Starting with Lukes voice and ending with a shot of a smiling Han and Chewie was awesome. Plus Vaders burnt and melted helmet looked pretty creepy. Michael Lalaian I can’t lie, I sort of teared up when Han said “Chewie, we’re home.” Yes, yes you are. We all are. If I have one “complaint,” and it isn’t really one, it’s that I wish we saw Mark Hammil and Carrie Fisher as well. It feels kind of wrong to give Han special treatment; I wanted all three to make a big splash at once. Michael Paksima Glad I’m not the only one tearing up at the end. I first saw it on my phone while sitting in my car, parked in front of my workplace. By the end, I was tearing up, hootin’ and hollerin’, and throwing my fists up into the air (or rather, the car’s ceiling) like a madman. That must’ve looked funny. I just get really happy watching this, and it’s difficult to think of any other piece of media right now that gets me this happy and excited. CaptainJack Incredible! Amazing tone from this teaser; mystery, reverence, suspense, fun and warmth. John Williams new score here is also just phenomenally great. Just wow 🙂 pud333 Wow. As someone who is only a casual fan of Star Wars… this did absolutely nothing for me. The end was kinda cool, but I just don’t get it. I’m sure SW fans love it though, and that’s what really matters. I’ll still probably see it in the theatre, but mostly because my best friend lives for SW, so it’s always more entertaining to watch his reaction while he watches the movie than the movies themselves. GodlessCowboy That first shot of the wrecked Star Destroyer was more impressive than anything in the prequels and the trailer just got better from there! Although Luke (and I’m assuming it’s Luke doing the voice-over) saying his Father “HAS” the Force (as opposed to “HAD”) got me thinking. Is Anakin still around and mentoring the good guys via Force Ghost? That would be the ultimate redemption. Joshua Nathan Strong Matte painting CaptainJack Agree re Star Destroyer shot – just breathtaking, and the slow reveal where you don’t even know what you are looking at for a second is just beautiful filmmaking. Wouldn’t read too much into the Luke dialogue though; it’s all dialogue pulled straight from the Luke + Leia bridge scene in ROTJ and therefore the tense of the language is from before Vader’s death. But you never know 🙂 Michael Lalaian Since this is coming out on Christmas, does that make this a… Christmas Special…? Joshua Nathan Strong I have a group of machines in my body that act as an artificial heart, and as I watched the trailer each of the machines’ alarms were triggered. My cardiologist had to call me too see if I was alright since all the alarms ate going of at once and before she called she sent an ambulance truck to my house. When I picked up the phone and tools her or was the new Star Wars gallery, she wasn’t too happy.