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A poster of "Star Wars: The Last Jedi," directed by Rian Johnson. Star Wars/ Facebook

After watching the teaser of “Star Wars: The Last Jedi,” the fans are eagerly waiting to see the first full trailer of the movie. New details about when the next video of the movie will be released have surfaced online.

The video that the fans got to see during the Celebrations event in Orlando felt like a full trailer because of its length. After such a long wait, the producers knew that a short teaser would not satisfy the fans, so they packed in a lot of scenes to make it as entertaining as possible.

The first full trailer of the upcoming film is currently being edited, according to Mike Zeroh. The report is apparently based on comments made by Erik Davis, the managing editor of Fandango. However, even though the team is putting together a video for the fans to see right now, it will be a while before it is released.

According to the report, the next trailer of “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” will be released in the summer. The exact date is currently not known, but Mike speculates that the best time to show it will be during the D23 event of Disney in July, which is perhaps the only big event in the summer for the company.

D23 is the event where Disney showcases all of its new projects, including additions to its theme parks and upcoming movies. Last year, the cast members of “The Force Awakens” joined the panel discussion, along with Director JJ Abrams.

There will be a huge crowd gathering in California in July, and most of them will be keen to learn more about the plot of “Star Wars: The Last Jedi.” After the next video is released, the fans can look forward to the final full trailer, which Mike expects to be released in October.

Credit: Mike Zeroh/ YouTube