With just three months left for the release of "Star Wars: The Force Awakens", speculations are rife that a full length trailer of the movie will be released in October. Additionally, there is a buzz that the son of Han Solo (Harrison Ford) and Princess Leia Organa (Carrie Fisher) will be introduced in the upcoming film.

A screenshot of John Boyega's Instagram page uploaded on Imgur hints that a sneak peek video of the movie will be released any time soon. The image highlights a conversation between the actor and his follower about Daisy Ridley's role in the film, which reads: "Guys honstly I can't wait for you to see the movie. I want a trailer soon!"

Meanwhile, a Reedit user monikered as Darth_Deeznutz opined that a promotional clip of upcoming space opera film could be unveiled before 16 October. He revealed that a whole wall in a hallway, which usually fits about 6 cinematic posters, has been reserved for "Star Wars".

Speculations also suggest that Jedi Knight, who is likely to be the son of Han Solo and Princess Leia, might be introduced in the full length trailer of "The Force Awakens". The main reason for the recent buzz is that a sticker book of upcoming "Star Wars" film, which has been kept for sale at Spencers, has an image of a new character.

The character has lot of similarities to a young Solo, but since he is spotted with Rey (Daisy Ridley) and Finn (John Boyega), it is assumed that he is related to the iconic couple, according to Tech Insider.

The website also claimed that the character could be portrayed by Pip Andersen. The actor had earlier teased about sharing screen space with Harrison Ford. "Harrison was probably the only one [out of the old cast] that I worked with on set as well as kind of talked to more," he said in an interview with Red Carpet News.

However, director JJ Abrams and team are yet to reveal any details about the trailer and fans will have to wait for any official confirmation regarding the recent buzz.

"Star Wars: The Force Awakens" is scheduled to hit screens on 18 December.