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Lines will form at the crack of dawn on December 18 as die-hard fans set out to snag the best seats to see Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens in theaters.
But some very lucky trans-Atlantic plane passengers will get the jump on them.
In what seems like a ploy to rope super-fans into buying very expensive plane tickets, Air France will be letting passengers watch the much-anticipated flick two days before its official release, on December 16.
The French airline is teaming up with EuropaCorp CINEMAS to offer the advance screenings for passengers on four Paris-bound flights, AF083 from San Francisco to Paris, AF065 from Los Angeles, AF011 from New York and AF009 from New York.
Upon landing, passengers will be given Star Wars-themed transportation from the airport to a special screening of the movie.
All passengers must book a seat on the plane before December 10.
May the force be with all of them.
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