‘Star Wars: Episode VII’ Junior Jedi Fan Trailer

Three elementary school kids from Encino, California show fanboys everywhere what's up.
BY |
‘Star Wars: Episode VII’ Junior Jedi Fan Trailer

We still have more than two years to go before J.J. Abrams' Star Wars: Episode VII hits theaters. To help pass the time, three elementary school kids from Encino Charter Elementary in Encino, California (and a few adults) made their own version of this highly-anticipated sequel entitled Star Wars: Episode VII: Return of the Junior Jedi that is well worth a look-see. Watch as these inventive kids create their own unique light saber duels, sock puppets, and much more, then check out a description of how this video came to be.

"With fresh excitement over the making of a new Star Wars movie, three children (and some, ahem, adults) set out to make a trailer for a possible Episode 7. Shooting in beautiful Los Angeles including famous Vasquez Rocks and supplementing with VFX and sounds inspired by Star Wars, this short teaser asks the question what a galaxy far, far away be like with Junior Jedi protecting it. Winner - Best Group Project. Premiered at Encino Charter Elementary School Movie Night on April 27, 2013."

Star Wars: The Force Awakens comes to theaters December 18th, 2015.

Best of the Web

7 comments

Want to join the discussion?

Facebook Twitter

Popular Stories

Transformers 5: What We Know

Transformers 5: What We Know

Paramount is planning a huge shared universe for ‘Transformers’, with ‘Transformers 5’ set to kick things in motion.

By B. Alan Orange | 1 week ago

6.9k Shares6 Comments

Stallone Returns as Rocky in ‘Creed’ Trailer

Stallone Returns as Rocky in ‘Creed’ Trailer

Michael B. Jordan plays the son of Apollo Creed, who gets training from Sylvester Stallone's Rocky Balboa in the first ‘Creed’ trailer.

By Brian Gallagher | 3 days ago

4.1k Shares6 Comments

Latest Headlines

‘Justice League Part 1’ Script Is Finished

‘Justice League Part 1’ Script Is Finished

Director Zack Snyder confirms that the first ‘Justice League’ script is finished, and will begin production immediately following ‘Batman V Superman’.

By B. Alan Orange | 3 hours ago

1.3k Shares3 Comments

Around the Web

Popular Movies