Monday, June 22, 2015

Star Wars VII entered the Guinness Book of Records – Le Figaro

For six months of its theatrical release, the long awaited sequel of the famous saga intergalactic already set a record with his second trailer.

Even before its release on December 18, Star Wars: Episode VII-The Force Wake officially bat first record, justifying its entry into the Guinness Book of Records.

What record is it? Just the second trailer unveiled on April 16, and according to the Guinness Book of Records has become the most watched in history on YouTube in just 24 hours with over 30.65 million views. Currently, this figure rose to 54.6 million.

This second trailer reveals the return of Harrison Ford’s role as Han Solo, a mercenary with a heart already present in the first episodes, and Wookie Chewbacca his inseparable, one of the favorite characters from the series fans.

It also sees the black helmet of Darth Vader, the villain of Star Wars, father of the hero of the first episodes. Director JJ Abrams is for its most loyal fans

The media impact generated by this video is such that the Star Wars YouTube channel joked as writing comments. “More than 200 days before The Force Wake … How long before we have to go camping at the cinema? “


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