A new nearly-two-minute trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens has hit the internet, the international trailer for the film. It shares some in common with the one released in the U.S., but adds in new footage, especially centered around the primary conflict in the film.
The new trailer comes on the heels of the incredibly well received first full and "final" trailer that debuted worldwide, this one hailing specifically from Walt Disney Studios Japan.
Potential spoilers in the trailer and the following description, for those that hoped to not see anymore footage before the film's release:
While the trailer kicks off similarly, with Rey (Daisy Ridley) alone on Jakku, it soon turns to brand-new footage. We get to hear BB-8 for the first time, and yeah, the droid is still adorable. Rey also says she "knows all about waiting... for my family." Some jump-cut action scenes are shown, including what looks like a full-on purge by the First Order on Jakku (now that we have a bit of context to it). The other most notable bits are Rey and Finn introducing themselves to each other, what seems like long after meeting, and Rey being threatened by Kylo Ren. There's also a quick shot of C-3PO, and it looks like Poe Dameron is in a strategy room with the droid, Leia, and a few other folks.
Instead of Leia's quote about the Force, this time she gives one about hope. "Hope is not lost today. It is found."
Star Wars: The Force Awakens opens December 18, 2015.