New trailer of Star Wars ‘The Force Awakens’ Hits Theater and Web, Unveils New Cool Stuff


The new trailer of the much awaited Star Wars ” The Force Awakens,” hits the web and movie theaters this weekend, according to NewsInc.

Star Wars Episode VII, is the 7 th  installment of the Star Wars movie series and is scheduled for release on December 2015.

JJ Abrams is directing the upcoming movie.

Abrams directorial film includes Star Trek films.

The latest Star Wars sequel will have the original cast of Mark Hamill, Harrison Ford and Carrie Fisher.

This early, reports have been circulating about leaks of the possible plot of the film.

The Verge reported that the film will include flashbacks and a new villain, cyborg Sith Inquisitor after Darth Vader was killed in the ‘Return of the Jedi.” The report also hinted that the story plot would include Luke Skywalker’s abduction and the history of the new antagonists.

The Sith Inquistor has not appeared in the original Star Wars films but has been featured in the franchise’s book, video games and comics.

The report also cited JJ Abrams hinting in a recent tweet about a “robotic hand,” might just be a glimpse of the new bad guy.

The new trailer is showing in 30 movie theaters across the United States.

The teaser will also be shown online at the same time, “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” will be released Dec.

18, 2015.

Earlier it was reported that the unaltered and original form of the Star Wars trilogy would be released on Blu-ray.

The Star Wars Trilogy: A New Hope, The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi will finally make available the uncut version.

“Disney has plans to release the original cut of the Star Wars  trilogy on Blu-ray.

Our sources indicate that the project has been under way for quite some time, but it’s been challenging because of some damage to the original negatives they are utilizing,” ComicBook.com stated in its report.

It added, “our sources did not have an exact date as to when the original cut of the Star Wars  Trilogy would be released on Blu-ray, due to the challenges Disney has encountered in pulling everything together.

However, our sources indicated the goal is to have it ready and released before Star Wars Episode VII is released in theaters.”

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