If the premiere of Star Wars 7 The Force Awakens seems like a long way off, here is something that will make your wait seem shorter. Rumours are abuzz that pre-booking for the JJ Abrams-directed space thriller will open soon.
Speculation is high that the seventh episode of the science fiction thriller will become a blockbuster. This is mainly because of the series' popularity as well as the timing of its premiere.
Full of Sith reported that the advance ticket sale for the highly anticipated film will begin on 19 October. Here is what the fan group claims:
Your wallet's gotten a workout since Force Friday, but you're probably wondering "When do I get to spend money on the the good stuff? **When can I buy tickets to The Force Awakens?**"
OCTOBER 19th. That's when. At least if you've got a Century or Cinemark theater nearby. Although it's likely a safe bet your Regals and your AMCs will have their box-offices waiting to recieve your moneys around the same time.
Speaking of bets (safe or otherwise) odds seem decent there *might* be a trailer right around that date to help push people towards that open and waiting box-office on the 19th. Maybe that day. Maybe the prior weekend. Maybe a week previous. Who knows.
Anyway: OCTOBER 19th. Tickets for The Force Awakens go on sale. There you go.
In its Facebook page, the podcast has claimed that multiplex chains including Century, Cinemark, Regals and AMC will open their box offices for advance booking on 19 October. However, it must be mentioned that no official statement about the advance booking has come from Disney or Lucas Films. Screen Rant reports IMAX predicting that pre-booking for the seventh episode of Star Wars will begin late October.
Full of Sith also claims that in order to maintain the hype and ticket sale, Disney/Lucasfilm will release the final trailer of the Force Awakens. Fans of the movie are eagerly waiting to get a glimpse of the former Jedi Master Luke, who remains missing (except in the form of a voice-over in the last teaser) from all the official trailers released by the production company. They are also eager to see how their favourite characters have transformed in the past 30 years after the events of the Return Of The Jedi.
Star Wars 7 is the first of a new trilogy starring original cast members Harrison Ford, Carrie Fisher, Mark Hamill, 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.