Star Wars: The Last Jedi - Where to Watch The New Trailer

Star Wars: The Last Jedi - Where to Watch The New Trailer

To which Johnson replied "I a legitimately torn [sic]".

You may be running to by "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" tickets tonight, or perhaps even sooner.

Director Rian Johnson has already wrapped up the post-production. You know it's going to be everywhere and you know full well you're going to want to watch it. If you're a Star Wars fans, this will be a game to watch regardless if you're into football or not.

"Lucasfilm announced today that the trailer for Star Wars: The Last Jedi will debut in the early hours of Tuesday morning in the United Kingdom", read the official press release. If for any reason Disney does decide to hold the trailer off the official YouTube channel for any length of time you can expect to see countless other YouTube channels upload it moments after it appears on ESPN.

The exact time the trailer will drop is still to be determined, but it will air during halftime of Monday Night Football and the game starts at 8:15 p.m. EDT/5:15 PDT on ESPN.

Get your credit cards ready, and get ready to mash F5 to refresh your Web browser and hopefully melt some poor server somewhere: tickets for Star Wars: The Last Jedi go on sale in Australia tomorrow afternoon. The network itself is having fun with this opportunity by creating a Star Wars-inspired opening crawl for the occasion.

"Aunt Beru is there for him until she's not", the YA novelist explained, deciding to name Luke's aunt as her second-favorite character after Leia.

Keep coming back throughout the evening for more status updates on Fandango as we all try and pick up tickets.

Star Wars: The Last Jedi arrives December 15, continuing the epic story of Rey, Kylo Ren, and the struggle between the Resistance and the First Order.

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