Original article: A recently unveiled final trailer helps the ninth episode of Star Wars saga bypass the Avengers in some of the online popularity metrics - ahead of its upcoming launch in less than two months
Studio Disney They've already broken a lot of the climax of the movie world with Avengers: End of the Game earlier this year, but their appetite for huge hits never seemed to rest - because now all eyes are on the new star wars, with questions about the odds For it to shatter a variety of highs on its own, including some of those outstanding from the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Early ticket sales for Star Wars: Rise of Skywalker (or Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker) have officially opened at several select North American sites, with the third and final trailer for the movie going on screens across the globe on December 20 with 2019 with Raf almost unprecedented expectations.
The long trailer (just over two and a half minutes) does not provide too many answers, but offers a host of brief glimpses into impressive and promising scenes, including the hint that the beloved Druid C3PO may sacrifice himself for his friends and for a lofty purpose as part of the concluding chapter of the Skywalker storyline for generations.
Along with the general excitement of millions of fans for more small pieces of information leading up to the launch, the big ticket sales site atom Tickets were quick to make an impressive announcement that The Rise of Skywalker broke all of their sales records for the first hour - with a nearly 50 percentage improvement over its previous sales champion, Endgame.
It is unclear whether Star Wars Episode Nine (counting only the major episodes, without the spin-offs) broke any early sales records except those of the first hour, but it is evident that a large audience is interested - despite the mixed reactions and even negatives from a fair number of fans For the previous episode of 2017, The Last Jedi. Maybe it was JJ Abrahams, who was in charge of the 'Awakened Force', to the director's chair that makes the difference?
The Fresh Trailer has accumulated over 15 million views on the official Star Wars channel onYouTube In its first day, with tens of millions of additional views on a variety of other media channels, naturally - and now is your time to tell if you're excited for the movie and count the days back until you can watch it before everyone else or feel that the brand has exhausted itself and can't get excited and excited as before.
updating: Ticket sales service atom Tickets updates that movie has taken second place in early ticket sales on its first day, after Avengers: Endgame - and at the same time rival service Fandango reports that the movie's early sales are better than those of The Force Awakens, and dominates every other movie in the Star Wars series to date.
All of these numbers do not guarantee unprecedented cinematic success - but they certainly make it a logical option, increasing our curiosity about the episode on the way.