A picture of Daisy Ridley as Rey in "Star Wars: The Force Awakens." Facebook/ Star Wars

A teaser trailer of “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” was reportedly shown during Disney’s annual shareholders meeting. Details about that video have now leaked online, including some of the dialogues and scene descriptions. The following article contains information about a video that is yet to be officially shared with the fans.

Los Angeles Times reporter Daniel Miller got an opportunity to see the footage that was shown exclusively to Disney shareholders. He described the teaser as a sort of a “joke” because it was only a few seconds long. And yet, it was enough for the fans to get excited about.

“It’s now or never!” someone yells in the trailer. The reporter could not reveal who screamed this dialogue. Another interesting exchange in the video was Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill) asking “Who are you?”

After the cliffhanger in “The Force Awakens” it was generally assumed that the old Jedi Master instantly knew who Rey (Daisy Ridley) was, given their facial expressions. However, the leaked scene description of the “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” reveals that Hamill’s character doesn’t know who his guest on the island is.

The fans will get to see the last scene from “The Force Awakens” again in the sequel, with Rey handing over the lightsaber to Luke. Some of the other characters featured in the trailer are Chewbacca (Peter Mayhew), Finn (John Boyega) and Leia (Carrie Fisher). General Organa is said to be in her military dress, and no dialogues in the teaser.

One of the scenes in the video is that of an X-Wing ship wobbling in mid-air. The ship may have been damaged, as the reporter describes it as a “wounded bird.” The New Republic vessel was seen inside a massive ship, which is reminiscent of Finn’s escape in “The Force Awakens.”

Apart from the action sequence and the main characters in the film, the trailer also featured some of the planets that will be seen in the upcoming film. The mountains, oceans, forests and deserts apparently made the teaser look “exotic” and “epic.”

The actual footage of the video has not leaked online. Miller explained that they were not allowed to film or take pictures during the presentation. However, since the video is already prepared, it is only a matter of time before the fans will get to see it.

The first trailer of “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” is expected to be released during the Celebrations event next month. A teaser may be released just before the event.