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Does the latest 'Star Wars' trailer reveal too much?

Technically Incorrect: An international trailer for "The Force Awakens" surfaces with new scenes, just before the movie's release next week. Should you watch it?

Technically Incorrect offers a slightly twisted take on the tech that's taken over our lives.


Will Han Solo make it? I think he will.

JoBlo Movie Trailers/YouTube screenshot by Chris Matyszczyk/CNET

You've probably got your Darth Vader T-shirts laundered and pressed.

You might even be wearing a mask or a black cloak.

You have your tickets for the opening of "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" next week and you might even be one of those, perhaps former Apple fanpersons, who are already camping outside movie theaters.

But should you watch just one more trailer? On Wednesday, Disney released one more, targeted at the international market. The movie, directed by J.J. Abrams, opens December 17 in the UK and Australia and December 18 in the US.

This one has some scenes you've seen before.

There are, though, some new scenes too and I'm struggling with whether to tell you about them.

For example, there's a scene that might remind some of Harrison Ford landing his plane on a California golf course earlier this year. There's also a touch more exposition and one piece of action that made me go: "Oh, purleeze." As for Luke Skywalker, I'll leave you to imagine if he's in the trailer. I'd hate to spoil the surprise.

I am therefore leaving this up to your conscience and your self-control. For me, this trailer feels like I'm watching the whole movie.

For you, though, its mere existence might be the lifeline you need between now and next Friday. (More likely, Thursday evening if you're a real fan.)

I hope that whatever decision you make it turns out to be the right one.