Friday December 18th, 2015

Count Jay Glazer among the many Star Wars fans who rushed in to theaters to see the show on Thursday, but there was a great disturbance in The Force that almost prevented him from seeing the film.

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It turns out the evacuation was not due to any serious danger, but rather someone accidentally pulling a fire alarm, according to CBS LA, so the angry sci-fi fans were returned to the theater and the movie began again.

While waiting in the parking lot for the film to resume, Glazer also reported that Yoda could miss 4-6 weeks with a knee sprain, and that the Empire is unhappy with Grand Moff Tarkin‘s performance.

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