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Watch Daisy Ridley and John Boyega Watch "The Force Awakens" Trailer

It seems like a lifetime ago, but it was less than two years ago (December 18, 2015) that the lives of every Star Wars fan were changed forever when Star Wars: The Force Awakens was released. It was the end of a long road that started for many older fans who saw Return of the Jedi in 1983 and asked, "Will there be more? Is that the end of the series?" The prequels were nice, but we all wanted to know what happened next. With the release of the trailer, we finally saw glimpses of a new world and a new series of movies that has continued up to December 2017 when Star Wars: The Last Jedi will be hitting theaters.

To bring back some of that thrill, we thought we'd go back to see this video of Force Awakens stars Daisy Ridley and John Boyega watching the official trailer for the first time. This was no moment of two seasoned actors watching the trailer in a comfortable theater, but two young actors at home watching with growing excitement just like all of us with the difference being that they saw themselves in that new world. Check out this tear-jerking side-by-side comparison reaction video.

What did you think of the Star Wars: Force Awakens trailer?

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  1. His reaction was priceless. Especially flipping over the couch.

  2. Yeah,Nigel sorry this comment is off topic and very late but,i've only just come across your thoughts on Marvel Comics dumping of "diversity".You know, it's impossible to take your comments in the spirit in which they were intended (i.e. seriously)and as comedy they're at least not funny...
    You're critical of people not buying your particular brand of "diversity" in the comics they read while encouraging others not to buy Marvel comics because they're (apparently) not diverse enough for you.(!) Righttt...Here's a tip for you.People don't appreciate when characters they've known and loved for years get dicked around for no reason.It pisses them off.Here's a thought.How 'bout you try with all your might to embrace Marvel's established characters as they've always been while at the same time enjoying the many-splendored diversity of the Marvel Universe as it currently exists .Unless,of course you are prejudiced yourself (Face it.). The problem isn't white men,black men or men in general.The problems you have are your own.Once you have those worked out we'll talk.As for Marvel,their biggest problems are shitty art and even worse storytelling.Whether or not they'll be able to ever correct this is an open question.As far has your execrable hyperbole over diversity,female empowerment ad nauseam.Settle down chief,you're trying too hard...


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