As in the movie, Be Kind Rewind, a funny crew made a homemade remake of the trailer of the awaited Star Wars: The Force Awakens. We will burst out laughing if we watch the video.

As one might remember, in Michel Gondry’s 2008 film, "Be Kind Rewind," the two protagonists (Jack Black and Mos Def) accidentally erase the footage from all of the tapes in their video rental store. They try to save the business by re-shooting every film in the store with their own camera.

The Californian crew publishing funny videos on Youtube, Dumb Drum, who have already remade the trailers of Pacific Rim, The Avengers: The Age of Ultron and Die Hard, might have had a similar mission This time they worked on the trailer of Star Wars: The Force Awakens. In the edited trailer of The Force Awakens we can see the same things as in the original one, but everything is produced by the enthusiastic team. The artists reconstruct the well-known trailer with cardboard backgrounds, sheet clothes, plastic toys and other creative solutions. They represent the music by themselves as well.

We will surely burst out laughing if we hear the sounds resembling croaking, mosquito buzzing and creaking performed a cappella. But it’s inevitable that they could reproduce the Star Wars universe very authentically. However, the enthusiastic short film producers are not done: they are waiting for the fans’ ideas what movie or trailer they should reproduce the next time.

There are four weeks until the premiere of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, but tickets have been sold pre-emption in a record amount of money in North-America: for more than fifty million dollars. The last pre-emption ticket record was held by Christopher Nolan’s last Batman movie, The Dark Knight Rises with 25 million dollars. According to the online ticket offices there are still available tickets for the opening week.

Many experts think that the new Star Wars movie can bring the biggest income of all times in America, some of them think of an amount of 250-300 million dollars.