/star-wars-7-force-awakens-trailer-description/Earlier today, Badass Digest revealed the details behind the first Star Wars: The Force Awakens teaser trailer, which is said to arrive within four to five weeks. Whenever it debuts, it will definitely be here before the end of the year. Now, a second report from Making Star Wars suggests we may be getting a second teaser trailer with different footage from the movie.

The first Star Wars: The Force Awakens teaser is said to be very short, maybe less than a minute in length. It will introduce all of the characters, both old and new, and features recently recorded John Williams music described as 'The Force Theme softly played on woodwinds'. It will end with the Millennium Falcon, firing blasters, coming right at the audience.

Now, Making Star Wars claims we'll see a whole lot more than that in their description of the teaser. Their information comes from someone who 'briefly' saw a different version of the trailer. And if we're to believe any of this, it surely indicates that two trailers are being planned very close together. Whether or not they will be released simultaneously or over the span of a few weeks is anybody's guess.

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Here is what they claim will be in the second Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailer, though the footage is not described in the order it will appear in the trailer:

Fade in from black, shots of the dunes, Boyega pops into the shot from below. He's wearing white Stormtrooper armor but he doesn't have a helmet on.

In the teaser we only see Boyega and Ridley really.

Ridley boards a speeder.

She has a helmet on like Endor Leia, a design with pop-down goggles.

A shot of Ridley's speeder approaching the station (the TMZ set we saw).

We see the new Stormtroopers on a transport. The flight is turbulent.

New X-wings.

TIE Fighters.

The new ball droid that's a gyroscope and belongs to "Kira."

The new "Sith" is also revealed. He has a cross-beam lightsaber and the beam is a bit wilder and more super-charged than your normal lightsaber.

The Falcon.

The first trailer is said to end with a woman, possibly Daisy Ridley, saying 'Wake Up.' This comes before the title is revealed. There is no indication this dialogue is in the second trailer.

All of this should be taken lightly. There is no confirmation that any of this information is true from Disney or Lucasfilm.

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