The new Star Wars: The Last Jedi trailer debuts tonight during Monday Night Football, but you shouldn’t watch it if you love walking into a movie without spoilers giving away major plot points.
Normally we expect trailers for movies like Star Wars to leave much of the story for the actual movie, potentially teasing one or two small cliffhangers, but it looks like the new Star Wars trailer goes too far.
Rian Johnson, the director of Star Wars: The Last Jedi, took to Twitter to warn fans not to watch the trailer if they want to see the new Star Wars film without spoilers. His wording is especially strong saying that fans should, “absolutely avoid it.”
Johnson does go on to say that “it’s gooooood….”, so it may prove tough to hold off on watching the trailer if you are a huge Star Wars fan. While Johnson was “torn”, he said that avoiding the Last Jedi Trailer is the best way to “come in clean” to the new Star Wars movie this fall.
— Star Wars (@starwars) October 8, 2017
The Star Wars: The Last Jedi trailer teasers on YouTube are already showing you some of the trailer. The short video above shows Kylo Ren wielding a lightsaber and not much else.
The Last Jedi features Daisy Ridley, John Boyega, Mark Hamill, Adam Driver, Oscar Isaac, Domnhall Gleesen Anthony Daniels and Andy Serkis. Carrie Fisher also stars in the new movie, despite passing away last December.
You can see the New Star Wars movie this fall alongside a whole helping of Star Wars toys including a new BB-8 and an upgraded R2D2 Sphero. The Star Wars: The Last Jedi release date is December 15th in theaters.
Pre-Order If You Want the Earliest Battlefront 2 Release Date
If you want to play Star Wars Battlefront 2 before the official release date you'll want to put in a pre-order for the game.
There are three Star Wars Battlefront 2 release dates. One is November 17th. This is the game's global release date for Xbox One, PS4 and Windows PC and it's the release date you get with the standard version of the game.
Another release date lands on November 14th. If you want to start playing the game three days before everyone else, you'll need to pre-order the $80 Elite Trooper Deluxe Edition before November 14th.
If you want the earliest possible access to the game you need EA Access (Xbox One) or EA Origin (PC). EA Access and Origin subscribers who pre-order the game get access to the game on November 9 with EA's Play First Trial.
If you want to get a head start ranking up your character, learning about the new weapons, new characters, new modes, and new maps, a pre-order is probably the route you'll want to take.