You may have noticed that after the "final" trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens, there have been quite a few more bits of footage. Whether it's the several TV spots, or the Disney Channel featurettes, there doesn't seem to be a way to avoid bits and pieces of the new movie.
For fans who like to go in "clean" - or at least as much as that's possible - this can be troubling, especially when quick shots seem to show major moments from the film. Well, writer/director J.J. Abrams promises that nothing has been spoiled.
"You haven't seen anything in terms of the movie," he told ET's Ashley Crossan at a charity event. He did joke that the onslaught of marketing might be overwhelming, though. "I'm sure that people must be a little bit sick of hearing about it. It's sort of time for the movie to come out already."
Now that's a feeling we can agree with, and luckily, the countdown is now dipping under two weeks.