Almost within hours after the release of the Star Wars: The Last Jedi trailer, people were comparing it to the trailer of Man of Steel. Fans were spotting images that were very familiar to the ones Zack Snyder used in his Man of Steel marketing campaign. The truth is, however, fans had no idea just how right they were. According to Screenrant
It was hard for comic book fans to miss the obvious parallels between the two films and trailers, with Rey’s hand most noticeably causing tiny pebbles to float in the exact fashion of Henry Cavill’s Superman origin story. But when you dig deeper and actually play the two trailers side by side… the results are downright spooky.
We’ve gone to the trouble of laying the audio of Man of Steel‘s second trailer over the first Star Wars: The Last Jedi trailer, so fans eager to see the results won’t need to struggle with the synchronizing themselves. The fusion of audio and video works far better than one would ever think, and shows that director Rian Johnson’s own visual style in the galaxy far, far away comes from a similar school as Snyder’s, if not paying outright homage
Check out the synced up trailers below but be sure to read Screenrant’s full analysis. It’s pretty mind blowing
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