I was right there with you internet. On Monday night, I suffered through a football game that had no impact on my fantasy match-up to watch the new Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailer, and it did not disappoint. Rumor has it that the trailer is the last official tease of footage before the film's release this Christmas, so I was prepared to mute my enthusiasm for a couple more months. I risk using cliché, but this new trailer is legitimately the best yet — and it was made by a fan.
Posted by Science vs. Cinema on YouTube, the trailer combines all footage from the previous three trailers, along with footage from the behind-the-scenes montage at Comic-Con. The YouTube synopsis describes it as a supercut by the channel's co-creator, James Darling, but the footage and music have been cut together in a fashion that rises above supercut. This might as well be another official trailer, because contextualizing the various scenes provides an even clearer picture of the film's story.
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