Mark Hamill
Actor Mark Hamill points as he arrives at the premiere of "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" in Hollywood, California December 14, 2015. Reuters/Mario Anzuoni

There are reportedly two trailers of “Star Wars: Episode 8” that have been prepared by Rian Johnson and his team. One of these will be shown exclusively during the Celebrations event, while the other video will be released online. Scene descriptions of one of them have already leaked online, and now a new report reveals what fans will see in the other.

The following article contains possible details about a trailer that will be revealed only to the fans attending the Celebrations event. Fans who do not wish to know what will be shown at the event are advised to stop here.

Following the leaked scene descriptions on 4Chan about the trailer that will be released online, a new post reveals details about the video that will be shown at the Celebrations event in April, which apparently will not be shown to the general public not attending. Both the posts have been taken down, but a copy is available on the YouTube channel of Mike Zeroh [see below].

The trailer of “Star Wars: Episode 8” that will be released online reportedly does not feature any scenes of Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill). The one slated to air during Celebrations event will have three scenes of the old Jedi Master.

The first scene of Luke is of him and Rey walking down some steps on Ahch-To towards a strange looking tree. The second scene is a closeup shot of the two abovementioned characters looking at each other. The final scene is of Luke on top of some sort of a rock. The report notes that there is something important happening in the final shot, but it is not clear what that is.

The other scene in the trailer is someone in a black cloak reaching for a door panel, which opens up to a dimly lit place with tables and chairs. Music in the video is slow and it escalates slowly.

Mike feels the leaked details about the trailer are authentic because there were pictures of a strange looking tree on the set in Pinewood Studios that was constructed for the upcoming film. There were also reports of the meditation rock scene that was filmed with Hamill.

“Star Wars: Episode 8” is set to be released on Dec. 15 in Australia. Fans will have to wait for two months to find out if the leaked scene descriptions of the trailer are accurate.

Credit: YouTube/ Mike Zeroh