While "Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens" will hit theatres on 18 December, makers are yet to release its trailer and the fans are looking for any scrape of information about the upcoming film.
Meanwhile, a description of the opening scene of "The Force Awakens" has been leaked online and latest reports suggest that the trailer for the movie may be released along with "Avengers: Age of Ultron"
According to a report in the Latino Review, the second teaser trailer for "Star Wars: Episode VII", which includes all the original heroes, Luke, Leia, Han Solo and Chewbacca, will be released on 1 May, along with the premiere of "Avengers: Age of Ultron".
Meanwhile, fan website Making Star Wars has leaked an IMAX opening scene description featuring Rey (Daisy Ridley) and AWOL Storntrooper Finn (John Boyega). When the character is introduced, Rey is a scavenger who lives on a backwater planet, doing what she has to, to survive. Her mundane life changes when she is chosen to save the galaxy.
The description reads:
"Rey is introduced while scavenging the innards of a huge Star Destroyer that has crashed on the planet's surface, probably years before Rey steps into it. In the concept art for this sequence, we see Rey standing at a ledge leading to certain doom. She's hundreds of feet up in the belly of this beast. You can see TIE Fighters on the ground that fell through a hole somewhere and plummeted to the bottom of the chasm during the crash. In the concept art, I would say she seems very agile and it also seems as if she takes risks. To be able to do Rey's job, you may even need serious skills in parkour, maybe. In the concepts, the Star Destroyer looks like its been crashed there for some time. It has panelling falling apart and the paint is almost rusted inside. The concept art is also "shot" at angles meant to induce a sense of vertigo which makes Rey seem pretty badass and brave.
"Rey grabs her salvage and heads back to the salvage station area. In a rather evocative shot, she rides her speeder into the setting sun. She eats dinner alone. We get the sense that Rey lives a very lonely life. Don't worry, she doesn't eat dinner for long before BB-8 needs rescuing and she answers his call for help. It makes sense she tries to sell him shortly after considering her line of work, but when the deal falls through after some haggling she reluctantly decides to keep him (and perhaps solve her loneliness problem).
"When she meets Finn at the salvage station, she distrusts him. But he's able to talk her into starting to trust him (that seems to be his skill). When the Stormtroopers attack them, they are thrown together to survive the ordeal.
"Later on in the film after Rey and Finn take their flight in the Falcon is where we get the IMAX sequences. The Falcon is chased by TIE Fighters and we apparently move by some familiar landmarks in the film's one-sun desert setting. This is the big chase and action sequence which dominates the film's first act. TIEs are in hot pursuit of the Falcon as it rockets away from the salvage station. Rey and BB-8 pilot the ship. Finn gets on the Falcon's turret. There's a lot of banter between the two and to an extent they don't seem to really know what they're doing. But most of all, Finn is rather inept. As TIEs shoot at the Falcon, Rey has to ask Finn if he plans on "answering back." Its a situation he can't talk himself out of and he has figure out how to use the turret and actually hit one. To save their skins, Rey pilots them into the insides of the giant crashed Star Destroyer she was scavenging from during her introduction sequence. The Falcon and the TIEs "slalom" around debris and the insides of the downed ship, eventually losing their persuers.
"...IMAX sequence ends and then the Falcon end up being swallowed by another huge ship in space."
"Star Wars VII" is the first of a new trilogy and will feature original cast members Harrison Ford, Carrie Fisher, Mark Hamill, Anthony Daniels, Peter Mayhew, along with Kenny Baker, Andy Serkis, Max von Sydow, Oscar Isaac, Adam Driver and Domhnall Gleeson. British actors John Boyega and Daisy Ridley have starring roles in the film.