I’m literally beside myself, folks. All of you out there in the Nation, if you don’t know me personally, will know soon enough after reading this — I’m a HUGE Star Wars fan. I host GeekNation’s own Star Wars show #FarFarAway and write a lot of coverage here for Star Wars in general.
But now, I’m beside myself angry. You see, Harrison Ford was doing a Twitter Q and A talking The Force Awakens with the official Star Wars Twitter account posting his answers. Instead of flagging ONE answer in particular from Mr. Ford (he also should have known better but he’s also Han Solo so he can do what he wants) Star Wars Twitter took the quote, elaborated, misspelled some names, then sent it out into the world.
It absolutely RUINS one of the main plot points of the movie – most likely, a plot point that closes out the movie.
Because this is my job; because there are people who will, no doubt, want to know what exactly was tweeted/said, we decided to give an option to our readers. If you would like to know what the spoiler is – go ahead and CLICK HERE.
If you would like to remain spoiler free and go into the movie happily ready for an amazing time at the cinema, well then, you are done. No need to do anything else… except avoid the Star Wars Twitter account and, obviously, our outside link to the spoiler.
This is a dangerous time for you, Star Wars fans. Where you will be tempted by the Dark Side of the For– uh, Dark Side of the Spoiler Culture. I’m all for certain clues and what not, but not when it has to do with major plot points. Star Wars Twitter account should have known better. My two cents.
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