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Star Wars: Skywalker Saga Trailer Attempts To Unite All 9 Films

Good news is all rolling for movie buffs as the nine-movie series Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga is coming as one story. After Star Wars released the official trailer of the Star Wars saga, it has started creating enormous ripples among fans. While this is just the tip of the iceberg, there’s more news to it.

The uncontainable excitement

The uncontainable excitement
The whole of Star Wars family under one platform Disney+

Disney+ and Lucasfilms, earlier this week, officially revealed the news about the release of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker releases on May 4th, 2020, being the final installment of the Star Wars saga

Within minutes of this announcement, social media exploded with triumph over the exciting news. This itself is visual proof of the fan base Star Wars has, unlike other similar movies.

The hashtags are in the air.

The official announcement from Disney+

Avid fans of the Star Wars took to Twitter and possibly all social media platforms to trend a similarly cinematic hashtag. 

“#May4th” is doing its glory rounds on Twitter, failing all attempts of Disney+ to control the excitement. 

Another relatively popular hashtag is “May the fourth be with you,” which signifies the date and the signature dialogue. 

Originally, the official release date was two months beyond the currently announced date. But the times have now changed with streamers switching to OTT platform to tune into movies.

The much-needed trivia

Here’s a poster!

Disney also revealed another announcement which is worth taking note of. On May 4th, Disney, on all its platforms, will play the official 90-second trailer of the Star Wars Saga. With the release of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker being pushed early, fans cannot ask for a better reason to spend their quarantine. Additionally, Disney will now stream all of Star Wars movies on their platforms. With the uncertainty of the quarantine ending anytime soon, VOD platforms are taking efforts to make it less boring.

Watch the official trailer of the Star Wars Saga: 

Source: comicbook, AdAge.

Written by Neal Johnson

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