The Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens Teaser Trailer

The teaser trailer of the next Star Wars movie - Episode VII: The Force Awakens, is already out and from what I have seen, it really looks wonderful and amazing especially with the last scene wherein the Millennium Falcon is on a maneuvering position.  J.J. Abrams, the director of Star Wars Episode VII, makes me hunger and desire for more of the new film.  As a fan of Star Wars,the December 2015 release date of Episode VII, one year from now to be exact, will render me sleepless for countless nights.  Tinkering my thoughts as to what happened to the stormtrooper without his helmet at the start of the trailer, to the X-Wing fighters of the Rebel Alliance hovering over a lake, to the spacecraft owned by Hans Solo doing a 360 turn, and of course, that very formidable and very awesome lightsaber, wow!

Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens is the first installment of a supposed trilogy.  Original cast members like Harrison Ford, Mark Hamill, and Carrie Fisher will be reprising their roles as Han Solo, Luke Skywalker and Princess Leia respectively.  Also included are the original cast members Peter Mayhew, Anthony Daniels and Kenny Baker as Chewbacca, C3-PO and of course R2-D2. The story of the new Star Wars movie is widely based from the 3 original Star Wars movies that started in 1977 with Star Wars: A New Beginning, followed by The Empire Strikes Back in 1980 and ended in 1983 with the Return of the Jedi and the prequel to the other 3 Star Wars movies that run from 1999 with the Phantom Menance, The Attack of the Clones in 2002, up to 2005 with the movie Revenge of the Sith

With all this new trailer buzz, many spin-offs/parodies you might call them, are coming out, somewhat a what-if scenario.  Just look at what the web has to offer like the following:

The first spin-off trailer are all made out of Lego materials and looking at it reminds me of the recent blockbuster Lego movie.  Great, isn't it?

The next trailer is a George Lucas' Special Edition Trailer done with more familiar characters from the Star Wars movies.

The next parody is a what-if version.  What if Wes Anderson, the director of Moonrise Kingdom directed Star Wars.  He is known for using unique and distinctive visuals and the soundtracks for his movies are mostly pop music from the 60s or 70s.  

A funny parody using Disney's well-loved characters, the STAR WARS: The Force Awakens DISNEY PARODY

Next is the Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens Trailer - Spaceballs Version. It uses scenes from Mel Brooks popular spin-off comedy movie in 1987, Spaceballs.



This last trailer contains scenes from the Star Wars Episode One: The Phantom Menace but the audio/sound is based on the new trailer.

I know there will be more spin-offs/parodies to the new Star Wars trailer, but all the same, they are made to make us more hungry to see the movie.