By Don Reisinger
December 13, 2017

If you think your fancy new movie theater is a cool spot to check out Star Wars: The Last Jedi this weekend, think again.

A NASA spokesperson confirmed to Inverse on Tuesday that astronauts living in the International Space Station (ISS) will be able to watch Star Wars: The Last Jedi while they’re floating around in low Earth orbit. The spokesperson told Inverse that NASA still doesn’t have a “definitive timeline” for when the movie will be available to the astronauts, but they will receive it as a digital file uploaded from Earth. They’ll then be able to watch it on their laptops or with an on-board projector.

Star Wars: The Last Jedi is one of the most anticipated film releases of the year. The film is the sequel to 2015’s popular Star Wars: The Force Awakens and is directed by Rian Johnson. It premiered in Los Angeles last week, but will find its way to theaters across the U.S. on December 15.

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Star Wars films are always popular among the franchise’s legion of fans, but the film has been bolstered by stellar reviews from critics. As of this writing, it’s nabbed a score of 93% on Rotten Tomatoes.

Actually trying to find tickets to showings in its first weekend have been hard to come by, forcing some long-time fans to wait until next week, at the earliest, to actually see the film. But let’s face it: as cool as it might be to see the latest Star Wars installment, being able to watch it while floating in space will always be better.


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