And why does the director not want you to watch it?
And now the next full-length trailer is due to be released on October 8. Warner Bros./DC Comics dropped the epic team-up trailer for their Justice League movie early this morning, but earlier still came Disney/Lucasfilm's announcement regarding Rian Johnson's Star Wars: The Last Jedi. The internet blew up from literally 26-seconds of footage from The Last Jedi, a few of those tiny morsels finally saw Luke take his Lightsaber back from Rey, robotic hand and all.
In 2012 Disney purchased Lucasfilm for $4 billion, putting the Star Wars franchise under the same umbrella as Monday Night Football.
We're trying Hamill, but it's tough when we're waiting for that official trailer. Buying through Fandango gets you a free Last Jedi poster. In any case, it seems that Star Wars fans should expect some kind of big reveal going in.
Tickets for the movie are set to go on sale in the USA after it immediately airs. This means we will be entering the Disney marketing blitz in some time. Maybe Trubisky will channel any frustration over being upstaged by Star Wars to have a strong National Football League debut.
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