The Star Wars 7 trailer is finally out and fans of the Force Awakens can't stop raving about the teaser featuring Han Solo and Chewbacca.
After the premiere of the full-fledged trailer, rumours are abuzz that Darth Vader and Boba Fett may be alive in episode VII of the blockbuster franchise.
Boba Fett to kill Han Solo? A brief picture of the Mandalorian bounty hunter in the teaser has fired up rumours that the fan favourite character is alive and will appear in the Force Awakens and possibly kill the Rebel General.
However, the character looks more like Captain Phasma and Fan Sided suspects that he could end up being a version of Boba Fett who will kill Han, the Rebel General, to take revenge and make it a full circle.
In the sixth Star Wars movie, the bounty hunter dies when he is eaten by a weird Sarlaac in the desert after Han accidentally ignites Fett's rockets.
But there are chances that he will be back in the latest movie of the space action thriller franchise. The website suspects that Lawrence Kasdan, the writer of the movie, being a diehard fan of Boba Fett, could make Fett successfully come out of the Sarlaac's digestive system.
Darth Vader alive:
In the new trailer, the legendary Jedi Master was probably speaking to his offspring about the power of the Force when he says his father 'has' the force and not 'had' although he was shown dead in George Lucas' epic space opera The Return Of The Jedi.
"Force is strong in my family.. My father has it.. I have it... My sister has it... You have that power too..."
Speculations about Vader being alive has become stronger after the destroyed mask of the father of the Jedi master Luke, appeared in the second teaser of the JJ Abrams directed space odyssey.
In the sixth instalment of the Star Wars franchise, Vader turns good again after he sees his master and Emperor Palpatine torturing his son Luke and kills the furious Sith lord.
At that moment, he again turns into Anakin Skywalker and says his final goodbye to his son before his death.
Star Wars 7 is the first of a new trilogy and stars the original cast members and also includes Anthony Daniels, Peter Mayhew and Kenny Baker alongside Andy Serkis, Max von Sydow, Oscar Isaac, Adam Driver and Domhnall Gleeson, plus relative newcomers and British actors John Boyega and Daisy Ridley.