LOS ANGELES — Sure, there were a few website crashes, some records broken, and a whole lot of grumbling that scoring a Star Wars ticket wasn’t exactly bullseye-ing a womp rat in your T-16 back home.

But that was Monday, life went on, and the fact remains: Just about anyone in the U.S. who wants to see Star Wars: The Force Awakens on opening weekend will get that chance

Sorry Yoda, but in this case, all you have to do is try.

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That’s because in this age of digital projection, cinemas can change up what they’re showing to meet demand pretty much on the fly — and especially when audiences are gobbling up tickets six weeks in advance. So movie theaters can theoretically put any film on as many screens as they have Read more…

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