WIRED – Star Wars is just days away from returning to the big screen—or at least the trailer is.

Ending weeks of speculation, Lucasfilm confirmed today that what is being called “an early 88-second tease” for Star Wars: The Force Awakens will run in select theaters over the holiday weekend before heading to all theaters in December.

Confirmation actually came slightly earlier than intended, when the Regal Theaters chain accidentally posted details for its nine theater screenings online Monday morning before swiftly removing the post and replacing it with an image of Mon Mothma, revealing that many Bothans had died to bring us this information.

The trailer will run from Friday through Sunday in the following 30 locations:

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Of course, now that we know where and when we can see the trailer, it’s time to start wondering what we’ll see when we show up. There are at least two distinct rumors circulating, suggesting we’ll either see very little beyond the familiar logo and maybe a glimpse of the Millennium Falcon in flight or perhaps it’ll just be a lot of quick-cut shots of the new cast with little context. Are either true? We should know in just a few days.

Make sure to watch the teaser trailer for upcoming horror indie ‘Scrawl’ below, starring Daisy as Hannah. We also added a few more images in our gallery.

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Last night, Daisy was spotted leaving the ‘Star Wars: Episode VII’ wrap party at the Science Museum in London, England.

DEADLINE – EXCLUSIVE: CAA has signed Daisy Ridley, the up and coming young actress who is the female lead in the JJ Abrams-directed Star Wars: Episode VII. The plan is for her character to carry through the second and third films that will be directed by Looper helmer Rian Johnson. Ridley appeared in several TV series in London before she was set for the next batch of Star Wars at Disney, following a worldwide casting search. There was a stampede by agencies back then, and she first signed with UTA two months ago.

It is hard to imagine what went wrong there, because she has been shooting Star Wars, a movie that got postponed a bit because of Harrison Ford’s unfortunate accident on the set. Agency signing pursuits are often helped if they rep the director and have cause to be around, and Abrams is a CAA client. However it happened, it will be CAA that helps build her career after the world gets to know her when Star Wars is released December 18, 2015. Ridley also dropped her UK rep Jonathan Arun, but continues to be repped by attorney Shelby Weiser of Sloane, Offer, Weber & Dern.