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Watch this 'Star Wars: Force Awakens' supercut trailer, get chills

A must-see supercut video for "The Force Awakens" gathers all three trailers and some Comic-Con clips together into one ultimate master-trailer.

BB-8 rolls
BB-8 rolls along in the trailer.
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You're a big Star Wars fan, but you don't have a spare moment to hunt all around the Internet in search of every teaser trailer as well as the behind-the-scenes footage shown at San Diego Comic-Con.

No fear, my friend. Kind YouTuber Science Vs. Cinema has compiled it all into one must-see supercut trailer.

The supercut consists of three trailers mashed up with selective bits of the Comic-Con reel. The Comic-Con clips of the film slates and crew members standing around are smartly left out to give the supercut an in-the-world narrative flow.

The editing for the super-trailer rolls by seamlessly, laying out the footage in logical order and building up to some of the more memorable moments featuring Han Solo and Chewbacca. The video doesn't even stretch to the four-minute mark, which highlights how secretive the rest of the film has remained despite a major amount of fan fervor.

The third trailer for "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" debuted on ESPN this week during Monday Night Football. Tickets also went on sale for opening night worldwide Monday, and Disney and Lucasfilm released the new movie poster over the weekend.

It doesn't matter how many times you've seen the trailers in their original forms. You will still get chills when the Millennium Falcon flies by and when Darth Vader's mangled helmet comes into view.

Science Vs. Cinema uploaded the video Wednesday. "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" opens in theaters in Europe and Australia on December 17 and on December 18 in the US. Until then, let this supercut feed your excitement.

(Via Cinema Blend)