The first Star Wars Episode VII trailer just came out, but it doesn’t show a whole lot, prompting fans to wonder when the next footage will emerge.
Turns out the next trailer for “Force Awakens” will hit theaters with Avengers: Age of Ultron in May 2015.
“That film, released May 1 in the US, is eight months before the Star Wars opening. It’s Disney’s second largest film of the year and the audience crossover is probably massive,” reported Slash Film.
“Actually, it would probably be bigger news if there wasn’t a new trailer on Avengers: Age of Ultron. But there will be. Then it’ll likely play on Tomorrowland too, a few weeks later.”
Screen Crush says that it’s heard through sources that the trailer will debut first at the Star Wars Celebration in mid-April at the Anaheim Convention Center in California.
“We’ve heard that Star Wars Episode 7 will have a large presence at that fan experience, possibly even with the cast being introduced to the public for the first time,” it noted.
” Tickets for that event are still available, but if/when they officially announce a Star Wars Episode 7 presence, that will change, so you might want to purchase yours now if you have any inclination of attending.”
There’s also a possibility that another teaser comes out during the Super Bowl in February, but it appears that even if that happens it will just be another short fusion of different scenes.
The first legitimate trailer should debut at the convention, then with Avengers 2.