Updated 01:01 PM EST, Sat, Nov 27, 2021

'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' Trailer, Cast & Tickets: Rumor Round-Up, One Last Full-Length Trailer Set to Release

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A third and final trailer for "Star Wars Episode 7: The Force Awakens" is set to thrill fans on Monday, October 19 during ESPN's "Monday Night Football."

According to Comic Book, rumors that the third full-length trailer for the new "Star Wars" film is set to be revealed in during the Monday Night Football game in ESPN which would be 'themed' to the film.

"The Monday Night Football broadcast will actually be themed to Star Wars: The Force Awakens. That means there will be themed graphics, scores, and even, allegedly, an opening crawl," the report read.

The outlet's unnamed sources confirmed the news and noted that it would not be surprising to see the seventh episode of "Star Wars" in ESPN since the channel is owned by Disney who had acquired the rights to the franchise and worked with Lucasfilm to produce the seventh episode.

The trailer, which is said to be the last one for the film, would feature never-before-seen scenes and would come in time with the beginning of pre-order sales for movie tickets, Polygon revealed after citing multiple reports.

A full description of the trailer has been posted on Reddit but was later removed.

Fortunately, Yahoo was able to summarize the gist of the entire post.

The new clip, says the outlet, would feature a new footage of Finn played by John Boyega as he wields a lightsaber, Chewbacca and Han Solo tinkering with the controls of Millennium Falcon, some snippets from space battles and an unmasked Kylo Ren.

The description also revealed the trailer's big finis, using a close up shot of Mark Hamill as Luke Skywalker as he fires up his legendary green lightsaber.

Citing Screen Crush, Polygon also noted that there had been speculations that the official announcement of the trailer and pre-order sales would most likely arrive on Friday or Sunday.

This comes after US cinema chain Cinemark accidentally shared the information via Twitter, which, roughly translated, states that the ticket pre-order would begin on Monday.

It continued with a warning for fans to immediately take action "before the Stormtroopers end up with all the tickets."

Though the post was later removed, a screenshot of it has been posted in Polygon.

As of the moment, we know that the movie would be set 30 years after the Battle of Endor and would open with the image of a severed hand.

According to Badass Digest, this hand would land on desert planet and would be discovered by Daisy Ridley's Rey and Boyega's Finn.

Then the story would proceed to the search for Luke Skywalker who, Cinema Blend noted, may be the owner of the lightsaber as well as the hand resting on it.

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