Here it is, the third and potentially final full-length trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens. This is the... oh, you've already stopped reading and hit play, haven't you? It's okay, we understand.
For those that are still reading, what you see is still light on plot but big on showing big moments — both in terms of scenery and explosive action. As expected, there is a lot of Rey and Finn (including him holding the possibly famous lightsaber), and new antagonist Kylo Ren — this time very, very clearly talking to the salvaged helmet of Darth Vader ("I will finish what you started"). While there's still no sign of Luke Skywalker (aside from the previously-seen shot of "someone" reaching out to R2-D2), we did get a few new lines from Han Solo.
The new footage premiered during halftime on ESPN's Monday Night Football. According to Disney's announcement yesterday, that also signals the beginning of ticket sales for the first showings as well as for a seven-episode Star Wars marathon that starts on December 17th and ends with everyone running home to shower (trust us on this). Disney yesterday also revealed the official poster. Tickets were supposed to go on sale after the trailer's debut, but most sites released tickets early.
The last full-length trailer debuted five months ago during the Star Wars Celebration, while the very first trailer was about five months before that in late November. Both are embedded below to watch again on repeat. The remaining minutes of J. J. Abrams' Star Wars: The Force Awakens will hit theaters December 18th.
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