The publisher for the tie-in book for “Star Wars Episode 7: The Force Awakens” has been requested by Disney to put off the release of Hardcover versions to a much later date.
According to The Wall Street Journal via Collider, Lucasfilm has apprehensions that the inauguration of the tie-in book. It will happen together with slated release for the movie could result in the disclosure of certain elements of the latter.
However, the electronic version of “The Force Awakens” will still coincide when the movie hits the theaters on Dec. 18. Disney’s principal cause of worry is that a paper edition can easily be copied before the much-awaited opening night as the format has to be mass-produced in advance.
It has been customary for a prose narrative of a movie to make it first into bookstores before the said movie makes it through the theaters.
Disney though has ceased its promotional marketing trailer campaign, limiting the footages to only three along with a final full-length clip.
“We’re getting very close, the next thing’s really gonna be the movie. There will be commercials, but no more trailers… We’ve all been working really hard to give people something that will be special to them. Our fingers are just very tightly crossed that when people see the movie they’ll like it,” Director J.J. Abrams revealed to Extra via Screen Rant despite the major clamor of fans for more promo trailers.
Despite the regulated number of official posters and trailers for the “Star Wars Episode 7: The Force Awakens,” Disney is now once more letting their licensing machine do the advertising work for them.
In the latest Duracell commercial via Youtube, a boy who appeals that her sister is in distress. He then helps her escape the clutches of Storm Troopers with a Duracell-powered light saber. The girl though is no damsel in distress as she uses the “Force” on her captors.
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