Medford, Ore.– The windy and brisk night didn’t keep hundreds from waiting in line Tuesday. Finally after ten years the seventh episode of the Star Wars saga, ‘The Force Awakens’ made it’s debut.
Michael Hickerson from Medford said, “It’s similar to episode three and it doesn’t have all the CG graphics. It’s definitely true to it’s name.”
Some people waited out in line since 4 A.M. bought their tickets months in advance and even dressed up for the long awaited premiere.
The seventh episode is bringing in record breaking pre-sales. According to The Hollywood Reporter, it surpassed the 100-million dollar mark.
The 10 and 11 A.M. shows are already sold out at Tinsletown for Friday and so are most of the evening shows.