Excited for "Star Wars: The Force Awakens"?
You probably have your ticket for opening weekend (the movie hits theaters Dec. 18), then, and you must have seen the trailer that debuted in October dozens of times.
But here's another gift from Disney: The company released another trailer for its viewers in Japan, and this one has plenty of scenes that are missing from the original American trailer.
The trailer shows Rey examining wreckage of a ship on Jakku. We also see Rey ask BB-8 where he came from, and she tells BB-8 she knows what it's like to wait for family. We also see the moment Rey meets Finn at a Jakku market; they later introduce themselves to each other on the Falcon.
We also catch glimpses of Princess Leia, C-3PO and Chewbacca. We also see Rey run into Kylo Ren, when she has a close call with his lightsaber.
The first trailer showed Rey on Jakku and Finn, a TIE fighter pilot who deserts and Han Solo; the movie is set 30 years after "Return of the Jedi." The trailer featured views of the Millennium Falcon dodging TIE fighters amid the wreckage of a long-ago space battle.
What do you think of the new trailer?