After reports surfaced last week that the first trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens was set to debut in over 100 theaters nationwide, LucasFilm confirmed on Monday that fans will get to see this sneak peek in 30 select theaters across the country starting Friday, November 28. However, that announcement did not reveal whether or not the 88 minute teaser will be released online that same day. Thankfully, the official Star Wars Twitter page has now confirmed that our first look at director J.J. Abrams' Star Wars adventure will debut on computer screens everywhere in celebration of Black Friday.
Unfortunately, the exact time the Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailer will debut online has yet to be revealed. It will be released through iTunes Trailers at some point during the day. J.J. Abrams himself confirmed in a note released on Monday that the footage will be less than 90 seconds in length, but nothing else if officially known about the trailer. An unconfirmed description that surfaced last week claims that all of the main characters will be briefly introduced, with a female voice, most likely that of Daisy Ridley's, saying, "Wake up" at the end. It will be accompanied by new John Williams music.
If you prefer to get your first glimpse at Star Wars: The Force Awakens on the big screen, check out the full list of participating theaters: /star-wars-7-force-awakens-trailer-full-theater-list/CLICK HERE. The trailer will be shown in front of every movie playing at these theaters throughout the weekend, during every showtime. If you want to see it first, you'll likely want to be standing in line for Big Hero 6, as Disney is rumored to have theaters showing that as the earliest screening on Friday.