People may still be losing their minds over the Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailer that aired Monday, but one YouTube user has just created one of the best supercuts around.
James Darling, co-creator of Science vs Cinema on YouTube, used footage from all three trailers and previously shown Comic-Con footage to produce a terrific supercut trailer.
Darling's fan-made video offers a different perspective on the story fans have been teased with in past trailers while still maintaining a cohesive narrative. If anything, it actually adds depth to what we've seen without ruining any of the official plot development.
Most of the time, the transitions from one trailer to the next are pretty seamless, but there are a few jumps that do stick out. Still, considering the small amount of material he had to work with, it's pretty impressive.
For a more in-depth look at the most recent official trailer, head over here. Star Wars: The Force Awakens opens in theaters across the country on Dec. 18.