It’s okay, R2. The new trailer will be here soon. Soon.
But if you’re watchful for a new Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailer during Disney’s D23 fan entertainment this weekend … sorry, we are going to have to keep waiting.
The movie, that opens Dec. 18, will be partial of Saturday’s display of live-action films, though it will not underline new clips, Entertainment Weekly has schooled from a arguable source. In July, we told we that a Lucasfilm Comic-Con row also wouldn’t have a trailer, and it didn’t, though it featured a behind-the-scenes video that was roughly as tantalizing.
This time, whatever revelations might be in store during a Anaheim fan entertainment will not engage saying sections of a movie. For doubters, we might as good exhibit that “reliable source”…
“It is true, we are display no footage, behind a scenes or otherwise,” executive J.J. Abrams tells EW. “In a fall, there’ll be a trailer.”
He knows fans are fervent for another demeanour during a film and promises to move something constrained to a Disney conventioneers. “We’re anxious to go to D23 and accommodate a fans, though it’s a wily thing to try and rush [footage] for a entertainment or preexisting eventuality that would, of course, be fun to uncover something at,” he said.
While we had Abrams, we asked for a standing refurbish on a movie. “I’m still modifying and we’re operative on enlightening a cut, though it’s impossibly fun to see a film come together,” Abrams said. “You comprehend certain things that we don’t need, certain things we can lift out.”
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