We received an interesting 34 second video clip from Lucasfilm, Ltd. – showing the first few seconds of Episode VIII. You’ve guessed it right, it’s a continuation of last seconds of Episode VII: The Force Awakens, which crushed numerous box office records, including best opening weekend, best overall box office in the U.S., and third overall on global all-time list with $2.03 billion (Avatar is still unbeatable #1 with $2.79 billion). The movie started filming today in Pinewood Studios in London, UK, set to continue in March in Dubrovnik, Croatia and then follow the trail set by Episode VII: The Force Awakens. Naturally, there are many
Star Wars VII: Force Awakens is arriving in movie theaters across the globe. If you, just like the author of these lines decided to watch the previous movies ahead of watching Episode VII, you might miss something interesting before you go from Episode III to Episode IV, which is older than the author himself. Watch the deleted scenes from previous Star Wars, such as Episode III: Revenge of the Sith. Videos include up to 15 minutes of deleted footage that did not made the cut, and gotta admit – never noticed them before, but they make perfect sense to watch before you go on Episode IV: A
We get to see characters old and new in this new trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
The creator of the Star Wars universe has no intention on watching the trailer for the new movie. He intends to watch it fully when it comes out in theaters