‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ Trailer: George Lucas’ Special Edition [WATCH VIDEO]
“Star Wars” fans, the wait may seem long, but as early as now, prepare for the coming of a new episode. At the start of the Thanksgiving holiday weekend, avid fans and viewers of the “Star Wars” film series finally had their prayers answered as the teaser trailer for the seventh episode “Star Wars:The Force Awakens” has been released. Read on for further details.
Many have already showed both positive and negative interests to the trailer. Some have already started on making and uploading their own parodies, while some based on other movie characters and scenes, or even applying different effects.
This particular trailer, on the other hand, is actually a parody inspired by “Star Wars” writer-director George Lucas. This version of the trailer vividly showed Lucas’ partiality to numerous CGI effects. Though some commented that it became rather excessive, some commented on how the effects somehow highlighted the action-filled parts.
To those most enthusiastic to the action the latest “Star Wars” movie may bring, this is the trailer that can surely keep you on your toes for the upcoming movie episode. Promising the same sci-fi space action the series always brings, the roles of Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia and Han Solo are reprised by famous actors Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher, and Harrison Ford, respectively.
Rumors of the new cast have stoked fans worldwide. Apparently, the list now includes Lupita Nyong’o from “12 Years a Slave,” Adam Driver from HBO’s “Girls,” and Oscar Isaac from “Inside Llewyn Davis.” Even Gwendoline Christie, who starred as Brienne of Tarth on “Game of Thrones,” has joined in on the cast for this most awaited film.
With the movie set for release on Dec. 18, 2015, the trailer will definitely make you wish to see more. Though the wait is long, in the end, you can finally say it was definitely worth the entire wait.
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