It can be said that “X Men Apocalypse” is one of the most anticipated releases of 2016.

Therefore, fans would have jumped with excitement when it was reported that the upcoming film has earned a spot to showcase its trailer before the premiere of “Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens” this coming December 18.

However, before the trailer could make its official debut, sources report that a description of the trailer has emerged.

According to Screen Rant, a teaser trailer was presented by Twentieth Century Fox at the 38th Annual Giornate Professionali di Cinema di Sorrento and a recount of the material was released in the website Cinefilos.

Since the text is in Italian, Screen Rant translated it with Google. The description says that the video starts with a young Jean Grey telling Charles Xavier that she has seen the end of the world and that there was only death. A montage of scenes from different mutants is also shown then the video ends with Professor X in a tormented expression.

From the translation, the website suggests that the upcoming trailer may be similar to what was shown in Fox’s panel at the San Diego Comic Con.

Screen Rant also notes that the footage shown at Comic-Con for “X Men: Days of Future Past” was the same template used for the film’s official trailer.

We Got This Covered also thinks that given the description, the final trailer that will be shown before the “Star Wars” premiere may be a more polished version of the the one showed at Comic-Con–the only difference being the addition of more effects.

The website points out that not seeing new material from the upcoming trailer will be disappointing since anticipation for “X Men: Apocalypse” has been building up.

Still, Cinema Blend highlights that until the actual trailer arrives, fans will not know whether the description published in the Italian film website is the real deal.

Therefore, there is still hope that fans will be treated to a totally fresh trailer once it opens on December 18.

“X Men Apocalypse” is scheduled to hit theaters on May 27, 2016 and will star James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, Nicholas Hoult, Oscar Isaac, and Jennifer Lawrence.