“Star Wars: The Force Awakens” trailer debuts online giving a first look at Episode VII heroes, villains, and more

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The trailer for “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” has finally arrived, offering the world a first look at the first new “Star Wars” movie in nearly a decade.

The highly anticipated trailer runs 88 seconds long, a teaser for the excitement that is to come when the film gets released on December 18, 2015.

It was released for the first time on iTunes and on YouTube, which it can be watched now in full 1080p, embedded below! Blow it up full screen. Wear headphones or crank up your speakers and give it a go.

Stormtroopers. Lightsabers. X-Wings. Millennium Falcon. New John Williams score. And so much more.

Here are some incredible stills from the trailer (SPOILERS!):

A comparison of the IMAX and standard widescreen versions reveals a much bigger view for the bigger screen:

“Star Wars: The Force Awakens” soars into theaters on December 18, 2015.


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    Thank you J.J. Abrams for make Star Wars the best one ever

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    For a while, I was saying “What’s with the whole JJ Abrams ‘lens flare’ thing the fan-geeks keep complaining about?” And then I watched Star Trek: Into Darkness.

    And if it seems a little short, at least–unlike The Avengers–they waited until they had some actual special effects to show us before making the teaser. It’s supposed to -tease-, after all.

    (Over on another board, we’ve been making a list of “How to spot a YouTube Fan-Fakie”:
    1) If it has an obsession with telling us Mark Hamill or Harrison Ford is in it,
    2) If it has an obsession with telling us any other existing OT character is back in it,
    3) If it makes ABSOLUTELY SURE to include the Disney logo, or the Abrams logo, because, y’know, they worked on it (you’ll notice the real one doesn’t)

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    Eric Ramocki

    Good to see some EU stuff in the trailer there such as the broadsword lightsaber.

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      Eric Ramocki

      I mean Crossguard, sorry.

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