Star Wars: The Force Awakens Regal Entertainment announced that it will debut the first trailer for "Star Wars 7" before every movie from Nov. 28-30 in select theaters. Photo:

Turkey isn’t the only thing to look forward to this Thanksgiving week. The first trailer for “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” will debut before every movie in select theaters from Nov. 28-30.

According to the Verge, Regal Entertainment Group will debut the first trailer for the seventh installment in the franchise at theater locations in various cities during Thanksgiving weekend.

The Regal Entertainment website previously listed the theaters where the trailer is set to premiere. However, as the Hollywood Reporter notes, all mention of those theaters has been removed from the website and replaced with a picture of Mon Mothma, a character from the original “Star Wars” trilogy. The photo includes the caption: “Many bothans died to bring us this information.” The text below informs readers to “check back soon for a list of participating Regal Cinemas locations.”

Before they were taken down, the outlet reported the theater locations as follows:

Irvine, California: Edwards Irvine Spectrum 22 & IMAX

San Diego: Edwards Mira Mesa Stadium 18 IMAX & RPX

Atlanta: Regal Atlantic Station Stadium 18 IMAX & RPX

Chicago: Regal City North Stadium 14 IMAX & RPX

New York: Regal Union Square Stadium 14

Warrington, Pennsylvania: Regal Warrington Crossing Stadium 22 & IMAX

Knoxville, Tennessee: Regal Pinnacle Stadium 18 IMAX & RPX

Houston: Edwards Houston Marq'E Stadium 23 IMAX & RPX

Seattle: Regal Thornton Place Stadium 14 & IMAX

The list was later confirmed and updated to include the following theaters:

Phoenix, Arizona–Harkins, Tempe Marketplace

Los Angeles, California–AMC, Century City

Los Angeles, California–El Capitan

Irvine, California–Regal, Spectrum Irvine 21

San Francisco, California–AMC, Metreon 16

San Jose, California–Cinemark, Oakridge 20

San Diego, California–Regal, Mira Mesa 18

Toronto, Canada–CPX, Younge & Dundas

Vancouver, Canada–CPX, Riverport

Denver, Colorado–AMC, Westminster 24

Washington, D.C.–AMC, Tyson’s Corner 16

Miami, Florida–Carmike–Parisan 20

Atlanta, Georgia–Regal, Atlantic Station

Chicago, Illinois–Regal, City North

Boston, Massachusetts–AMC, Boston Commons 19

Detroit, Michigan–Cinemark, Showcase 20

Minneapolis, Minnesota–AMC, Southdale

Kansas City, Missouri–AMC, Studio 30

New York, New York–AMC, Lincoln Square 13

New York, New York–Regal, Union Square 14

Cleveland, Ohio–Cinemark 24

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania–Regal, Warrington 22

Nashville, Tennessee–Carmike,Thoroughbred 20

Knoxville, Tennessee–Regal, Pinnacle

Dallas, Texas–Cinemark, Plano 20

Houston, Texas–Regal, Marq*E Stadium 23

Austin, Texas–Alamo’s Lamar

Salt Lake City, Utah–Cinemark 24 WJ

Seattle, Washington–Regal, Thornton Place 14

Milwaulkee, Wisconsin–Marcus, Brookfield 16

It’s been an exciting month for “Star Wars” fans as the J.J. Abrams production recently wrapped filming after months of anticipation and injury setbacks. Soon after, the project got its official title. Despite all the hype, details about the movie’s plot are scarce, with many hoping the first trailer will give them some idea of what they’re in for when it premieres Dec. 18, 2015.