After initially watching the Star Wars trailer, I had to watch it a thousand times (like one does) and after I memorized each beat of the latest trailer I wondered if there was a way that I could watch all the Star Wars trailer in one video. Then I thought to myself, "hey, I should try and just have three tabs open and watch them in rapid succession" but I decided that I am too lazy for that dumb idea.
Instead, I searched the Internet far and wide for anything that would allow me to do this (by search far and wide, I mean google. I googled it). And I found a Supercut of all the footage we've seen from The Force Awakens. And let me tell you, it's edited together perfectly.
The Supercut comes to us from Science Vs. Cinema and it's put together expertly. It takes footage from the very first trailer, the second trailer that revealed Han Solo and Chewbacca, and the last one that came out earlier this week.
The best part about the Supercut is the way it comes off as something so official. It's all put together so well, when it finally finished I had forgotten that some fans put this together. I know I've been putting up a lot of cards up about Star Wars (expect this to be the norm for the next couple of days) but I really can't get over all this coverage about the movie.
One fun thing I liked doing while watching the Supercut was guessing where each bit of footage was from. Sometimes it's a lot easier than other times but when you go back and check it's a fun way to smile to yourself about what you missed/caught while watching it. I don't know if I would have edited it the same way but I'm interested in what you guys think.
What would you do if you had the time and the footage at your disposal?