Celebrities have been raving on Twitter about the trailer for "The Last Jedi," revealed Friday afternoon at the Star Wars Celebration Orlando convention in Florida.
WATCH | In case you missed what those stars were raving about or want to watch it another 1,000 times, here's the first teaser trailer for "Star Wars: The Last Jedi," which is expected to arrive in theaters nationwide Dec. 15.
And here's the poster for "The Last Jedi," full of retro goodness.
Josh Gad, who hosted the "Last Jedi" panel at the convention, raved about both major reveals.
Peter Mayhew, who plays Chewbacca in the films, appeared to be equally enthused.
Watching the #TheLastJedi trailer livestream like a teenage fanboy. What does it all mean? Break it down for me, bros.— Elizabeth Banks (@ElizabethBanks) April 14, 2017
A psyched Elizabeth Banks was seeking answers to the trailer's visual clues.
Chris Miller, who's directing the Han Solo spinoff, had a Yoda screen cap do the talking.
The poster reminded retired NFL star Matthew Cherry of a song from another film.
My wife doesn't know that this will be on the wall of our bedroom. pic.twitter.com/wGJs8XW2Ju— Sean O'Connor (@seanoconnz) April 14, 2017
Comedian Sean O'Connor may be doing some home improvement this weekend.
I hope someone on the internet will write a review of the new Star Wars trailer.— Kevin Seccia (@kevinseccia) April 14, 2017
And comedian Kevin Seccia was hoping someone, anyone, online would offer a trailer review.
Even Major League Baseball's account got hyped.
Upon waking, I read today's terrifying news. Felt scared & hopeless... Until I remembered we might see a new @starwars trailer this morning!— KevinSmith (@ThatKevinSmith) April 14, 2017
Before the trailer release, super-fan Kevin Smith sought a distraction from the news cycle.