NEW Rogue One Trailer to Drop July 15th
Disney and Lucasfilm have only released a teaser trailer for “Rogue One” to date and with its December release quickly approaching everyone have been wondering when a second trailer will drop? Wonder no more!!
If your a fan of the galaxy far, far away then your fully aware that Star Wars Celebration 2016 will be held in London from July 15th through the 17th, just a week before San Diego Comic Con begins and with Episode VIII still a year and a half away everyone is looking forward to “Rogue One” this December.
If you’re lucky enough and able to attend Star Wars Celebration most likely the one thing your hoping to see is a new trailer for “Rogue One”. In April of this year Disney gave us a brief glimpse into “Rogue One” with what amounted to nothing more then a teaser trailer and since then there have been nothing new for fans to sink their teeth into with the exception of an Entertainment Weekly magazine article and a few new images.
If your like most of us and don’t have the means to get to London for Star Wars Celebration, don’t worry.
According to my sources ABC will air “Secrets of the Force Awakens: A Cinematic Journey” special on July 15th. If you own the blu-ray of “The Force Awakens” this might sound familiar as its one of the special features.
Sometime during the airing of “Secrets of the Force Awakens: A Cinematic Journey” ABC plans on airing a special three-minute trailer for “Rogue One A Star Wars Story” during the broadcast.
My guess is that Disney plans of dropping the NEW trailer for “Rogue One” on July 15th for those in attendance of Star Wars Celebration. What I don’t know is if the new trailer will make its way on line before ABC airs its Star Wars Special here in the U.S.
Either way it seems that a second trailer for “Rogue One A Star Wars Story” will debut on July 15th with those in attendance at Celebration getting the first look and the rest of the world sometime later that same day.
Hopefully with this new trailer we get a look at Darth Vader and his return to big screen for the first time since 2005’s Revenge of the Sith.