ByJancy Richardson, writer at
To avoid fainting, keep repeating 'It's only a movie...It's only a movie...'
Jancy Richardson

When Star Wars: The Force Awakens was released, did you feel like you'd seen a lot of the big moments already in the trailers — and if so, did that bother you?

Many fans comment that the proliferation of teasers and trailers — sometimes more than five or six per movie if you count "featurettes" and TV spots — takes away the element of surprise from a movie, and reduces fan enjoyment.

Speaking to Cinema Blend, Star Wars's own Kylo Ren (Adam Driver) said that he'd be up for a trailer-free release for :

"I think that'd be bold. I'd love it, yeah! Then no one would know anything. The less people know, I feel like, the more exciting... the more of an event it is."

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This approach would mean no teasers, no trailer drops, no fan reaction articles breaking down the significance of every tiny element of the Star Wars 8 trailer. There'd be nothing but — silence. Star Wars 8 would be released untouched, a total mystery.

It's extreme, but would you up for that approach? It'd be kinda cool, right?


How should they release 'Star Wars 8'?

(Source: Cinema Blend)


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