'Star Wars'
A visitors inspects "R2-D2 and C3-PO" along with other memorabilia at the Brooklyn Museum of Art during the "Star Wars, The Magic of Myth" exhibition in New York on April 27. Reuters/ Chip East

The first teaser trailer of “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” is expected to be released at the Celebrations event in Orlando next month. Aussie fans, and the people across the globe, who are not travelling to be a part of the event will get a chance to watch the live stream from their homes. However, they may have to wait till April 25 to watch the video in theatres.

In a new video posted on YouTube [see below], Mike Zeroh says that the teaser has been attached to the upcoming film “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.” The James Gunn picture is set to be released on May 5 in the US, but Aussie fans will be able to watch it a little early as the film hits theatres here on April 25.

John Williams, who has been the composer for the franchise for decades, has reportedly worked on the music for the teaser trailer for one of the heroes in “Star Wars: The Last Jedi.” The report does not reveal the name of the hero.

There will also be a “special moment” for the late Carrie Fisher (Leia). The actress has been a part of the franchise from when it all began in 1977.

The video that the fans are going to see next month is said to be labelled as an elongated teaser, and not a full trailer. While some fans may be disappointed about this bit of information after waiting for so long to see something from the upcoming film, Mike points out that the second teaser of “The Force Awakens” was a long video. So, the fans need not be concerned about the label, as there may be a good amount of footage to see in Orlando.

Mike also shared some details about one of the scenes featured in the teaser. This scene is said to be that of Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill) sitting on a rock that is being called the “meditation rock,” and he is looking at a sun set. Previous leaks of the film from the time when production was still ongoing; showed the filming of this very scene. Mike suggests that Luke was looking back into the past in Tatooine in this scene.

“Star Wars: The Last Jedi” has been directed by Rian Johnson. Both the director and Lucasfilm President Kathleen Kennedy will be attending the panel discussion during the Celebrations event.