Star Wars Episode VIII – The Last Jedi is coming out this year and fans have been anticipating a trailer for a while. Now rumors have been going around on when it’ll see the light of day and what the footage could be about.
Some had thought it would be debuting during this Sunday’s upcoming Super Bowl, but it is not according to sources in contact with Star Wars News. There’s a rumor mentioning that the footage will actually be making its appearance at Orlando, Florida’s 2017 Star Wars Celebration event come this April located at the Orange County Convention Center.
The buzz continued online about an upcoming Super Bowl debut, but even author Peter Hildago tweeted that just like the previous Star Wars movies, there was no such Super Bowl footage.
Star Wars News figured the most logical appearance of this footage would be at Celebration in Orlando. This is an earlier event in comparison to last year’s event in the UK.
A single source with the Star Wars fan site indicated the content of the footage will be “behind-the-scenes.”
“According to him, right now they are hard at work on a new Behind the Scenes reel for The Last Jedi, which will be the first footage that we will see from the movie.”
Lucasfilm had presented previous types of behind-the-scenes footage from their previous flicks. For example, The Force Awakens footage indeed lived up to the hype.
So this will likely be an example of the aforementioned Star Wars: The Last Jedi footage. This would just give you an idea.
Then there is, of course, the Star Wars Episode VIII production announcement with Rian Johnson at the helm.
That being said, there will be no teaser trailer before Star Wars Celebration and any details at this point about trailers aren’t accurate.
Source: Star Wars News