February 24 2018

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

February 24 2018, 05:36 | Frederick Owens

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The first trailer, posted on the official Star Wars social media accounts, show Daisy Ridley's character Rey training on Ahch-To, with a blue lightsaber instead of her staff.

The next trailer for Star Wars: The Last Jedi is set to arrive this evening, but Disney and Lucasfilm are here to whet your appetites with the new poster for director Rian Johnson's highly anticipated sequel.

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On all Saturdays from December 16 to December 30, the first 500 fans who will see The Last Jedi in IMAX at Regal Cinemas will receive an exclusive collectible ticket featuring unique art, while supplies last.

Luke Skywalker reaches out for his old lightsaber. Fingers crossed for more porgs. The director responded by saying that although the trailer is good, some fans might want to refrain from watching it. Johnson explains.

This would be the second trailer released since April, when a clip was shown at "Star Wars" Celebration, a convention for all fans of the "galaxy far, far way".

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What can we expect from the new trailer? There are special offers, special events and giveaways tied into this event.

I went back and rewatched Episode Two three times. There are plenty of examples of where studio marketing departments telegraph the entire story or signature action scenes of a new film in the flurry of pre-release trailers and TV spots.

Tomorrow morning, fans will be able to book tickets for The Last Jedi's opening day in South Africa.

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