Leave the Vader mask at home! What you can’t wear to the ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ premiere

If you have been completely geeked out about dressing like Boba Fett or Darth Vader for the Star Wars: The Force Awakens premiere, you may need to test along with your native theater.

Many venues, together with Cinemark chains, are banning some costume parts — like masks — from the film.

As Cinemablend reports, “They won’t enable viewers members with costumes that cowl their faces or cover their id, and there may even be no simulated weapons permitted, starting from lightsabers to blasters and perhaps even a duplicate of Chewbacca’s trademark crossbow.”

See this tweet beneath, which captured a poster on the mask, face paint and pretend weapons ban:


The precautionary measures are only a unhappy signal o’ the instances for moviegoers, who’ve been subjected to random shootings whereas making an attempt to get pleasure from a easy flick. Some theaters simply don’t need to take an opportunity with a movie the place it will be really easy to wear a mask and carry a weapon in.

Guess this man, who was arrested this week for dressing like Chewbacca and driving Darth Vader to the polls in the Ukraine, will probably be leaving his costume at residence as nicely. Too dangerous, it’s a great one.


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