Even More Footage Of Star Wars: The Force Awakens In This International Trailer

Even More Footage Of Star Wars: The Force Awakens In This International Trailer

As the TV spots for Star Wars: The Force Awakens stack up into double digits there’s even more footage to be enjoyed in this international trailer released in China.

We’re in danger of of having seen┬ámore of the film than not by the time December 17th rolls around but there’s even more to enjoy for fans that just can’t get enough in this international trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens released in China. Naturally scenes are cut together in a way that presents a false context but it does feel like we’re fast approaching saturation point with the constant barrage of new scenes popping up on YouTube each day.

In this trailer there’s a bit more of the Millennium Falcon to take in, including a panic inducing belly flop for the ship into a snow field. They wouldn’t dare write off the Falcon… would they?

Star Wars: The Force Awakens is in cinemas from the 17th December in the UK, and on general release on the 18th elsewhere.

A continuation of the saga created by George Lucas and set thirty years after Star Wars: Episode VI – Return of the Jedi

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