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Discussion which film will have the honor of episode vii's first trailer

Discussion in 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' started by Darth_Loudly, Jan 1, 2014.

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The Hobbit: There and Back Again 19 vote(s) 22.1%
The Avengers: Age of Ultron 44 vote(s) 51.2%
other marvel film 10 vote(s) 11.6%
other disney film (non-marvel) 8 vote(s) 9.3%
just another film period 5 vote(s) 5.8%
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  1. TheTwinSuns Jedi Knight

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    No way Disney will wait until Age of Ultron to market Episode VII IMO. There and Back Again seems likely and I could see them putting it in front of Guardians, even if it is a bit early.
  2. Darth_Hydra Jedi Grand Master

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    My guess is the first "movie" to have a trailer for Episode VII will be the third Hobbit film which will be a teaser and then a full blown trailer in front of Avengers 2. But I'm also guessing Disney will have the teaser during an episode of Star Wars Rebels to help boost it's ratings before attaching it to a movie. If they do that I wonder if TOS bring back Hyperspace and have it for members only for a time before it's in theaters.
  3. ScorpionJedi Jedi Knight

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    I agree, it's been said that Marvel and Disney were gambling with GOTG, which I doubt will fail anyway and if they really feel that way, they could just slap on a teaser which could made by a freshman film student just to draw audiences.



    For the theatrical trailer, I'd imagine they could use Avengers 2, but for the teaser, I'd suspect earlier.
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  4. lord_eidolon Jedi Master

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    Well whatever film it is, expect a lot of people to be walking out of the theatre before the film starts :)
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  5. GGrievous Jedi Grand Master

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    Not necessarily true. We know Episode VII is a movie to look out for in 2015, but saying "highest anticipated films" is pretty subjective.
  6. Mystery Roach Force Ghost

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    The Internet. This is 2014 right?
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  7. Jarren_Lee-Saber Jedi Master

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    I don't think anyone is actually gonna watch that movie....
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  8. TheBBP Force Ghost

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    I think that it will do very well. When I first found out about it, I thought that it would be horrible. However, the more I learn about it and the more that I see from it, the more I am hoping to see it. I also think that it is prime to be boosted by an Episode 7 trailer. Either way, if you are right, then I will have my choice of seats when it comes out.
  9. Echo-07 Jedi Master

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    Nov 9, 2012
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    Thank you! Then I will say April with Winter Soldier Disney will release a runor that the first teaser trailer will be attached.

    1- The first teaser for the 2009 Trel reboot came out 2 months after production began.
    2- Disney will want to boost ticket sales for a movie that may be soft since the 1st Captain America was not that well-liked (although I think it was one of the better Marvel movies.)

    IF Disney were to do this I would definitely go to see it, but then I'll probably go to any movie that the teaser is attached to. :p
  10. Darth Punk Force Ghost

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    Nov 25, 2013
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    The film that has the honoUr of showing the trailer will be Incredibles 2
  11. EHT New Films Manager

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    This was my thinking too. Avengers 2 will be too late for a first trailer. Hobbit TABA seems more likely, even if it is just a teaser that doesn't give too much away. Plus, I voted for that because I know I'll be seeing TABA in the theater. :p
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  12. TheBBP Force Ghost

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    We should be so lucky to even get an Incredibles 2.
  13. Echo-07 Jedi Master

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    I WANT the teaser to be on Winter Soldier because that movie looks BADASS and I will be seeing it! :p
  14. HankSolo Jedi Knight

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    Agreed. Then they can use SWE7 to start trailers for Marvel Phase 3.
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  15. Randwulf Crescentmoon Jedi Master

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    While viewing the first trailer for Episode VII during the opening phase of The Hobbit: There and Back Again would be a swell concept, for some reason I have doubts on whether or not that would ever happen. Imo it'd be more realistic for The Avengers: Age of Ultron to showcase the debut trailer, being that Marvel is such a valuable commodity to the company nowadays 'n all, and Avengers is more than likely to garner the most significant box-office success. So yeah, I'm going with Age of Ultron on this one.
  16. Echo-07 Jedi Master

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    Okay, I don't know why you guys are saying Avengers 2??? Avengers 2 opens in 2015. I would expect a teaser (which is the first trailer IMO) and a full trailer long before summer 2015.
  17. Mystery Roach Force Ghost

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    The first teasers for all three of the prequels were in November, six months before the movies were released. So it isn't unreasonable to expect something similar for Episode VII. What comes out in June 2015?
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  18. TheTwinSuns Jedi Knight

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    Another reason I think the teaser will be released a year ahead of release is because of the patterns of recent blockbusters. TDKR- one year in advance, The Hobbit AUJ- One year in advance, Interstellar- one year in advance. Not only that, but shooting should be wrapped up well before December. Also, this isn't 2002 or 2005 anymore. Disney won't wait until 6 months before the movie to release the teaser to perhaps one of the most hyped movies of all time. Marvel doesn't need to do this because their solo movies basically are the teaser for the next big team up. There will be a trailer in front of Age of Ultron. But it will be the full trailer. There and Back Again will be home to the first teaser, at least in my opinion.
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  19. Lord Optimus Jedi Knight

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    I think they will come out with a quick teaser during the 2015 Super Bowl, and then a full trailer with Avengers: Age Of Ultron.
  20. Revanfan1 Force Ghost

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    Same here. I'm already giddy to see TABA; the VII trailer or teaser would be the second layer on a double-decker cake. :cool:
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  21. Mystery Roach Force Ghost

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    Avengers: AOU comes out May 1? Over 7 1/2 months before Ep VII and that's when you think we'll get the full trailer? Just seems a bit early to me.
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  22. Darth_Henning Jedi Master

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    Jun 1, 2007
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    It will definitely be a Disney owned movie, likely a live action one, and they'll want it to be a movie a lot of people will see.

    That basically garuntees Ultron.
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  23. dolphin Jedi Grand Master

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    We could have a teaser as early as Interstellar in November 2014. That's Christopher Nolan's next epic. We might see a teaser during the Superbowl.


    My guess for the first trailer is Age of Ultron.
  24. Darth Chiznuk Superninja of New Films

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    What if they blow are minds and release a small announcement trailer ala Age of Ultron and Star Trek 2009 during this Super Bowl? That would be a pretty easy (although expensive :p) way to get the hype train rolling for the year of Star Wars!
  25. Spam Bot Jedi Padawan

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    Nov 16, 2012
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    I'm going with AoU, but let's face it; almost 100% of us here will watch it on YouTube first.
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