You might have seen this trailer for "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" floating around on Facebook.
The bad news: It's not the movie's real trailer.
The good news: It looks so good, it might as well be.
The trailer appears to originate from an unverified Star Wars Facebook page. It's mostly a montage of clips from the last movie, "The Force Awakens," with some original shots and surprisingly professional voice work. It's racked up more than 2 million views on Facebook.
Here's the trailer.
Wait, where's the real trailer then?
It's a fair question. "The Force Awakens"' first trailer premiered more than a year before the movie, according to Screenrant. "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story" saw its first trailer eight months before the theater release date. But "The Last Jedi" is about nine months away, and we've seen nothing yet.
Disney is hosting a Star Wars Celebration from April 13-16. It might be waiting on revealing any new trailers until then.
Fans are growing hungry for new content.
SO the new Star Wars trailer wrecked my world. I never thought I would long for winter return just as its coming to a close.— sam wake (@samuelewake) March 7, 2017
But some didn't seem to realize it was a fake.
I woke up and immediately got a new Star Wars trailer (!!!) and the first new Fleet Foxes song since 2011 (!!!!) it's all downhill from here— Zachary Van Epps (@ZacharyVanEpps) March 7, 2017
True Life: I Fell For a Fake Star Wars: The Last Jedi Trailer— Brendan McGuirk (@BrendanMcGuirk) March 7, 2017
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