But if you're here, you probably can't avoid it now, and you want to know what everyone else thinks before "The Last Jedi" hits theaters December 15. Although it was not ultimately the film many fans were looking for, that trailer was very well received and - after Lucasfilm responded to fan demand and made it available online - it inadvertently ushered in a new era of online trailer viewing and audience commentary. Tonally, the film appears to be the darkest yet in the saga with all sorts of destruction and potentially game-changing moments. On Twitter, he first advised fans NOT to watch this latest trailer.
What's happened to Luke? In the meantime, here's 15 images from the trailer to sink your teeth into.
Like the Ewoks before it, Porgs are set to be one of the more divisive creatures introduced in Star Wars: The Last Jedi, but there's no question they're loved already. We see Ren piloting a fighter with a new vicious scar on his face from his last battle with Rey. The bulk of it is devoted to the new trilogy's main trio of Force users: Rey, Kylo Ren, and Luke Skywalker.
Opening Night Events: On Thursday, December 14, a day before opening, fans can attend three special events, an Opening Night Fan Event, a Star Wars: The Force Awakens and Star Wars: The Last Jedi Double Feature, and a Star Wars Marathon of all eight movies. Man up, Beardo, even if he torched one of your properties, you're gonna have to go fight your dead best friend's son pretty soon. With both Anakin and Luke, the Force seemed to be an inner power they could tap into when necessary, but Rey's dialogue in the trailer suggests something else entirely.
The film was the final appearance for Carrie Fisher, who famously played General Leia Organa.
It's the first time fans have heard Luke speak since Return of the Jedi, as he's been sequestered on Ahch-To since Kylo Ren helped destroy the Jedi Academy. I am diving deep into my English degree to remind you that red generally denotes evil things winning, so do not plan to leave "The Last Jedi" with a lively spring in your step.
The new preview debuted during "Monday Night Football" and may contain spoilers, according to "The Last Jedi" director Rian Johnson.
"Fulfil your destiny", Snoke commands, as it cuts to a distressed Rey battling with vast power.