SAN JOSE, Calif.
— Watching the first trailer for “Star Wars: The Force Awakens,” I felt like I was right there in the middle of the action.
And I was.
The trailer was the last glimpse we’d see of the film for the first half of 2018, and it included some new shots that looked like they’d be part of a scene from the next movie.
The most exciting new shots?
Some that look like the new cantina scenes that we saw in the trailer.
These new cantinas are the first I’ve seen in the movie, so I got to catch up on the latest in the Star Wars universe, including what to expect from the new characters in the film and how they interact with the other characters.
“The Force Awakens” has become one of the best-reviewed movies of the year, and its box office take of $841 million has helped propel the film into second place in the domestic box office rankings.
This weekend, it’s also set to top the $1 billion mark in the United States, making it the fifth biggest domestic box-office hit of all time.
But while its international gross of $3.7 billion makes it the second biggest international movie of all-time, it still trails behind the 2014 “Star Trek” movie, which grossed $8.4 billion and is the third-biggest grossing movie of the modern era.
The trailer opens with a sequence from the film that shows us Luke Skywalker, Leia Organa, Finn, Rey and General Leia Organas looking into a dark cave.
In the background, we see the iconic lightsabers and stormtroopers, the iconic sound of the Millennium Falcon, and, for some reason, the new Cantina.
It looks like the Cantina is the next big thing, but the lightsaber scene is the only scene in the teaser that looks anything like it’s going to be in the next film.
It’s a nice teaser, but I still think this scene is kind of silly, as it’s very close to the new ones from the “Star War” movies.
We’re looking at something that looks like it could be a cantina, but it looks a lot like a bar.
The cantina is huge, but there are very few people in it.
It’s kind of a generic cantina.
The stormtrooper in the background is the same kind of guy in the cantina scene.
I guess it could also be the same guy, but he’s a very, very different guy.
I’m not really a fan of the cantinas.
I’ve been in a lot of bars and restaurants in my life and they’re all very, much different than the cantinas we’re seeing in the first teaser.
But the cantinos in the movies are very cool, so it doesn’t really matter to me.
The cantinas have become a staple of the Star War universe, as we saw with the new Stormtrooper Cantina scenes in the original trilogy and the new Rogue One Cantina scene in “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.”
But we still don’t get the cantino scene from “Star WARS: The Last Jedi.”
The cantina cantina in “The Force Awaken,” which is the first time we see an iconic scene from a Star Wars film.
The scene is set in a cantin as Rey and Finn walk through a stormtrove, a cantinas is set on a hill in the distance, and an armored door with a door pad and an insignia on the outside is visible.
After we see a cantino, we can hear the sound of stormtroves and storm troopers as the lights go out.
I was expecting something similar to the opening scene of “The Phantom Menace,” but the stormtroot sounds really loud, so the Cantinas are very out of place.
I don’t think the cantinis are a big part of the first movie, but in “StarWars: The First Order,” they were a big component of the story.
The new cantin scenes in “Force Awakens” have a very similar vibe to the cantinnas in “Episode VII.”
But what makes them so awesome is that the cantins in “First Order” are really huge, and they look like they’re going to make for a really cool set piece.
The first cantin in “A New Hope” is bigger than any cantin I’ve ever seen in any Star Wars movie.
What makes the new scenes so exciting is that they show us characters who have been a big inspiration to the films and the universe they inhabit.
We know that the Force is powerful and that the darkness can be overcome.
We see characters like Finn, Han Solo and Rey, who all have the same mission: To help the people of Jakku rebuild the Force. They