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‘Star Wars’ super fans are camped out in front of the Mann's Chinese Theatre in Hollywood.

'Star Wars' Madness

‘Star Wars’ super fans are camped out in front of the Mann's Chinese Theatre in Hollywood.

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Movie studios pitch to the younger audiences and the biggest crowds in the summer.

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