The international trailer for Star Wars: The Last Jedi is rumored to drop very soon…
It seems only yesterday we were gifted with the thrilling full cinematic trailer for Star Wars: The Last Jedi, featuring a much darker tone than we’re used to from previous Star Wars films. That trailer had a runtime of 2 minutes and 34 seconds and should be considered the last real trailer for the film which hits theaters on December 15.
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Of course, as is the case with Star Wars films under Disney, fans should expect an international trailer to drop soon, which should then open the floodgates for numerous television spots. Usually, there is some sort of new footage in each of these newly released pieces, but is that what fans can expect from The Last Jedi?
Recently, the British Board of Film Classification released a PG rating for what many are considering to be the international trailer. This “new” The Last Jedi trailer will run for 1 minute and 31 seconds and presumably began playing in front of Marvel’s Thor: Ragnarok in theaters across the pond.
Now, the wait is on, as with any official trailer release, Lucasfilm will usually upload them to its official YouTube account. But when will this happen in the US? If there is new footage, or a newly cut version of the trailer, say, an international cut, Disney/Lucasfilm would want to give it roughly 24 hours to play in theaters before making it available worldwide.
Take all of this with a grain of salt, because, until there is an official announcement or release from the aforementioned official YouTube site for Lucasfilm, this is all pure speculation. What isn’t speculative, however, is Star Wars: The Last Jedi will hit theaters on December 15.