'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' Releases Teasers Ahead of First Full Trailer

Jay Jacobs
October 10, 2017

Ticket company Fandango has announced that pre-sales for tickets will open tomorrow, October 9, after the new trailer airs during Monday Night Football.

Director Johnson revealed in September that post-production work on The Last Jedi was complete, and that the film is officially finished. You know it's going to be everywhere and you know full well you're going to want to watch it. Keep in mind there's a major reason not to watch the new Star Wars trailer if you are a super fan.

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Lucasfilm also released teasers for the upcoming Last Jedi trailer, much like Warner Bros. did with Justice League, but with their own Star Wars twist.

Brace yourself folks - a new trailer for Star Wars: The Last Jedi is upon us. We'll have to wait and see how the demand looks this evening after the tickets have officially gone on sale.

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The trailer is set to be released during Monday Night Football in the United States tonight which will be at about 2am in the UK (Tuesday, October 10). Devout fans will also be able to attend marathons of all eight films, which will include "exclusive content, Star Wars collectible cards, and a special concession offer".

Cinemark For a limited time, Connections loyalty members can purchase a Star Wars: The Last Jedi RealD 3D ticket to unlock a free pair of 3D Star Wars glasses.

Carrie Fisher will appear as Leia Organa in the film, her last performance before her unexpected death last December.

Star Wars: The Last Jedi hits theaters on December 15.

The crawl the ESPN came up with lovingly spoofs the opening crawls of other Star Wars movies, specifically drawing elements from A New Hope, The Empire Strikes Back, and The Force Awakens in particular.

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