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Final Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailer released; ticketing websites crash

During tonight’s Monday Night Football game on ESPN (which is owned by Disney), the latest and final trailer for the highly anticipated Star Wars: The Force Awakens debuted.  It had been advertised that immediately after the trailer premiered on television, advanced tickets would go on sale for Star Wars marathons (showing all seven films) and early showings on December 17th (the official opening date in the United States is December 18th).  However, sites like Fandango ended up selling tickets well before the trailer debuted.  As a result, Fandango and other movie ticket sites like AMCtheatres.com crashed and displayed error messages for visitors looking to buy tickets.



 



Video credit: StarWars.com

Leah grew up in a little farming town in Illinois, right on the Mississippi River. Her Chicago-born husband, David, left the city for her, and they're now raising their three children (Jacob, Jonah and Lydia) just 12 miles from her hometown. As the Senior Editor of the DIS (wdwinfo.com), Leah spends a lot of time writing about, reading about, and discussing Disney. So, it should come as no surprise that one of her family's favorite ways to spend time is going to Walt Disney World and traveling on Disney Cruise Line. She also enjoys shopping, watching movies with her husband and doing crafts with and for her kids.




















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