And in proper Evangelion fashion, the trailer makes no sense. All we see is a psychedelic rainbow piano playing a song. A very nice song, with very nice visuals, but hopefully this is symbolic of something or other instead of being an actually representation of what "Eva 3" will be like. Because as wonderfully weird as a sudden shift to musical interpretations might be for this franchise, I would prefer to see Shinji and Asuka and Rei's storylines concluded, perhaps in a more pleasant fashion. Maybe? Considering how "Eva 2" ended with us virtually at Third Impact, the third movie in this series is hopefully going to be hard core.
So the review for this will be up... within the decade. Beyond that, I'm not sure. I don't think I can wait for dubbing this time, so there might even be two reviews. All I know is that I really doubt I'll be disappointed.
However, if you're feeling trolled, here's a fan-made(?) trailer that seems to have more meat on it.