Updated 04:15 AM EST, Tue, Nov 30, 2021

'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' Tickets & Trailer: New Movie Poster Confirms One Rumor! [Spoilers]

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The official poster and final trailer for the upcoming "Star Wars: Force Awakens" have been revealed as the film comes in less than two months.

Treats for Star Wars fans come in waves as the week begins with the release of an official poster showing the "awakening of the dark side... and the light."

Cinema Blend described this as an "epic and beautiful" movie poster, which gave the audience a perfect look at what Disney, Lucasfilm and director J.J. Abrams have prepared for them on December 18.

In the report, the outlet noted how the newly-released poster made the new addition to the epic intergalactic franchise connects to its predecessors.

"Today the legendary sci-fi franchise has helped whet our appetites by providing the full one-sheet that weirdly only now makes the seventh chapter in the franchise feel better connected to the six titles that preceded it," the report read, showing a mash-up of all six posters past "Star Wars" episodes.

The outlet has also broken down the "Star Wars Episode 7" artwork into three parts to determine what it says about the movie.

First, the top portion shows the new characters to be introduced in the film including the heroic tandem of Rey played by Daisy Ridley and John Boyega's Finn as well as Adam Driver's masked villain character Kylo Ren of the "Knights of Ren."

The middle part of the poster shows more new characters as well as original ones like Han Solo played by A-lister Harrison Ford, Carrie Fisher's Princess Leia and Peter Mayhew as Chewbacca alongside the robotic members of the squad, R2-D2 (Kenny Baker) and C-3PO (Anthony Daniels).

The bottom and last portion of the poster shows more of the action in the film with Captain Phasma portrayed by extremely versatile actress Gwendoline Christie in the center of rows of stormtroopers as well as the space warfare X-Wings and Millennium Falcon.

Interestingly, the movie poster did not show any sign of Mark Hamill's Luke Skywalker anywhere, which indirectly confirms the rumored plotline that he would be missing in action during the film.

Aside from the poster, Disney and Lucasfilm also presented a third and final trailer for "The Force Awakens" which was aired during ESPN's Monday Night Football.

The two-minute clip showed action-packed and revealing scenes involving the two new protagonists as well as the Vader-like villain Kylo Ren who, in the middle of the footage, promised to a melted the remains of Darth Vader that he would finish what the infamous former Jedi Knight had started.

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